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Save Our Species, a coloring book published by the Environmental Protection Agency, introduces you to 21 endangered and threatened plants and animals found in the United States. Print the pages and use your crayons to bring to life oceans, swamps, deserts, islands and a variety of plants and animals. Your tax dollars at work! Click

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Here are nine great animated cartoons (each just a minute long) created by the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, asking some fascinating science & physics questions that are sure to intrigue your young viewers. Can we travel through time? Why doesn’t the moon fall down? Why is it dark at night? Why can’t we walk

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From the HowDoesShe? blog comes these way fun printables that do wonders to promote some fun family discussion around the table: “Here are dozens of questions that encourage family talk! We believe in families and we know the power of getting to know each other better.  So what we’ve created for you are  questions that you

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AwesomeArtists.com is a wonderful site offering loads of great art booklets, posters, lessons and more, including: The ABCs of Art, Clay Creations lessons, lessons on collage and mixed media, drawing, fiber art, painting, printmaking, wire sculpture, cartooning, and much more. All the lessons, posters and booklets are downloadable in PDF format. This IS a treasure

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Here are three classic episodes of WATCH MR. WIZARD, a wonderful science program starring Don Herbert and broadcast in the 1950s and 1960s. These may “look” a bit old (especially the last one), but give ’em a chance… these are great, and your kids will learn a LOT from these (you will too)! Each episode

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Teaching and learning basic circuits, electronics, and electricity from books is good — but why not build a simple circuit from scratch and let your kids learn from doing? Here’s a great way to get hands on and teach/learn the basics of electricity. This great beginning electronics project from instructables.com guides you through how to build your own working electronic circuit