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School and family science weekly spotlight: investigate the science behind visual search and find.

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Lexington, Kentucky student does an "outstanding" job helping respond to student science questions in Science Buddies' free Ask an Expert forums. The volunteer program gives top students a chance to contribute to science education by helping as part…

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Birds, frogs, ladybugs, and butterflies are a few examples of species in which growing waves of citizen scientists are helping contribute to a global knowledge base. You and your family can, too!

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School and family science weekly spotlight: investigate the role of temperature in the process of making butter with these food science projects.

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The desire to invent, innovate, tinker, make and build is not something limited to boys or girls, but that has not always been the case. This picture book story, based on the life of Margaret E. Knight, a female inventor...

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Boost your summer break with hands-on science the whole family can enjoy. From activities you can do with the kids in an afternoon, to projects you can set up as challenges for the kids to work on throughout the summer, summer science can help keep…

Log in to add favorite June 14, 2013 10:26 AM

With a bit of planning, you can stock up on materials your students can use to create a cadre of cool robotic animals, bugs, and creatures this summer. Upcycled vibrating motors may be your best friend for inspiring hands-on engineering with your…

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School and family science weekly spotlight: investigate family traits by making a family pedigree and tracking certain traits through your family history in this pair of genetics science projects.

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When reading to your children, look to the great range of science-inspired titles to infuse your read aloud time with exciting science themes and people from the pages of science history. Children of all ages love to be read to, and…

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School and family science weekly spotlight: investigate to find out how often each color of M&M's appears. What are the odds of pulling your favorite color? Find out in these math and statistics projects.

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Free science fair projects.