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Although more than 500 people have flown in space as of only 54 have been women. Female Space Explorers (Infographic) by Ross Toro, LiveScience contributor

Recycling plastic caps into a classroom project- in this case, creating beautiful strings of 'raindrops' out of caps that normally end up in the trash. Make this to create excitement for your weather study.

Create a cloud and some raindrops! Recycling plastic caps into a classroom project- in this case, creating beautiful strings of 'raindrops' out of caps that normally end up in the trash.

Science Fair: The Rock Cycle: Processes That Change One Rock Type into Another

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This interactive water cycle wheel provides a visual representation of the water cycle, but it also provides the tangible factors some students need. 2366

After teaching the components of the water cycle, students would create this interactive water cycle wheel to represent the process. Students could write descriptions of each step on the wheel as well.

Video games: the sport of the future?

Video games: the sport of the future?

South Korean Esports League to Conduct Random Drug Testing

Nerd Craft Librarian Comic Con 101: must remember to con Tommy into doing this again

Nerd Craft Librarian: Comic Con 101 Lots of ideas here that could be used together in a mini Comic Con format, or could be separated out for smaller programs

Scientific American ~ features a fun, new, science-related activity every Thursday that parents and their six- to 12-year-olds can do together. Adults will find easy-to-follow instructions and simple materials lists as well as additional background to help them explain the key concepts.

Scientific American features a fun, new, science-related activity every Thursday. These are some great, simple activities/lessons! (Mostly nature of science and life science)

To better understand how far from the sun each planet is we made a model.  If you can't get to the Museum of Nat.Science. Fun to do in the house!

Toilet Paper science: Mercury, the closest planet to the sun was 3 sheets of toilet paper from the sun. Neptune, the farthest planet from the sun, was 224 sheets of toilet paper from the sun.

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