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How to Teach Kids About Renewable Energy

How to Teach Kids About Renewable Energy

Kids are destined to inherit the world one day, so it’s important to get them invested in protecting and preserving our planet. Teaching your students about renewable energy can help them develop curiosity and interest in the natural world they will carry into...
Guide to Funding a School STEM Program

Guide to Funding a School STEM Program

Educators want to make a difference with STEM programs, but sometimes schools don’t provide enough funding for lab equipment, technology or even textbooks. Fortunately, there are plenty of creative ways to get funding for your specific program or idea. How to...
Activities to Teach Children About Hurricanes

Activities to Teach Children About Hurricanes

Hurricanes are storms that can have winds up to 200 mph and last a week, in part because they get energy by passing over warm waters in the ocean. Hurricanes move in circles around the “eye” of the storm. Once they make landfall, hurricanes can be life-threatening and...
Fun Ways to Teach Kids About the Solar System

Fun Ways to Teach Kids About the Solar System

Even though we can’t bring our classrooms to space — yet! — why not bring space to the classroom? Teaching kids about the solar system encourages curiosity, exploration and, of course, an appreciation for science. With our Science Explorers solar system...
Fascinating Facts About the Ocean

Fascinating Facts About the Ocean

The ocean is one of the biggest mysteries on Earth. With its abundance of creatures, organisms and plant life, it’s no wonder that it captivates children and adults of all ages. This continuous body of salt water covers more than 70% of the Earth’s...
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