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K-5 Teachers Science Survey and Chance to Win!

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Take our Science Survey for K-5 Teachers for a chance to win a price pack from Elmer's!
Science night? Science fair? Science lab? Family science event? We want to learn more about science education at your school.


All K-5 teachers who complete our teacher survey will be automatically entered for a chance to win a great prize pack from Elmer's (pictured above).


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Science is such an important subject and has to be emphasized if we are going to become leaders in this area again.

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