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Your guide to science fair projects, experiments, topics, and ideas. How to choose a topic and find the perfect project. Where to get the best kits and supplies. The site map here lists all the pages of the site so you can quickly see what is covered. From elementary projects to high school level, you are sure to find something of interest. Science fair projects and experiments can be a lot of...
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The 15th annual Greater Philadelphia Homeschool Science Fair will be held Saturday, February 8, 2014, at Villanova University. All K-12 homeschoolers in the tri-state area (and beyond) are invited to attend. For more information, click on "Science Fair" or visit www.fair.science-resources.org. Click here to find out how you can become a sponsor.
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I love using this activity as an introduction to get my 7th grade students thinking about the idea of living vs. nonliving. How do we define life? How do we know something isn’t alive anymore? How are living things different than nonliving things? How are nonliving things different than things...
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An information resource dedicated to the science of building muscle for bodybuilding, powerlifting and fitness. Our Muscle Report covers the latest scientific developments in resistance training, diet and supplementation. Muscle Building Science is an information resource dedicated to the science...
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Resources for Science Fiction Writers. Essays about writing Speculative Fiction by Keith P. Graham. [quote]The opinions expressed on these pages are my own and do not even pretend to carry any weight or authority. I write for my own pleasure. Please do not argue. Trolls will be banned. If you...
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Delivering distance learning solutions to enhance science education, The V-Scope Explorer? virtual microscope provides a world-class microscopy experience and supports learning core curriculum standards for elementary through college level students. Science Learning Resources seeks to improve life science literacy and raise student enthusiasm for biological sciences. A focus of the company is...
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I love using this activity as an introduction to get my 7th grade students thinking about the idea of living vs. nonliving. How do we define life? How do we know something isn’t alive anymore? How are living things different than nonliving things? How are nonliving things different than things that were once living? What characteristics do living things have in common? To start the lesson, we...
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Award winning teaching tools and educational resources for the classroom. Try films, experiments and worksheets matched to your standards. With Twig there’s no need to search the internet for safe, age-appropriate content. Instead, the Twig website can be accessed anywhere, whether at school or at home, making it easy to find the right resources for your next lesson. "When the kids see this...
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>Renew Your Membership >Account >ACerS Membership Directory >Journal of American Ceramic Society >International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology >International Journal of Applied Glass Science >ACerS Bulletin Archives >ACerS/Wiley Download Direct Program. >Ceramic & Glass Industry Foundation >Corporate Member Roster >Career Center >ACerS Bulletin >ceramicSOURCE >Materials Science Kits...
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This is where you can find a selection of the best science project kits that have proven success in the past years. For each project idea you will first view the instructions and then decide if you want to order a kit. Most science kits introduced in this website are for students in grades 5 to 9; however, they may be adapted for lower or higher grades as well. Use the science kits for your...
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Apologia Educational Ministries offers creation based homeschool science, other curriculum, and many other great homeschool resources. Want to make biology a blast for your student but you don’t know a polysaccharide from a protozoan? Enhance your student’s education with this outstanding instructional DVD featuring Apologia author and marine biologist Sherri Seligson. NOTE: To use this disc,...
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The mission of CRS is to connect and engage educators, students, and scientists in a vibrant and innovative network of science learning resources, transforming science education. Our vision is a community of educators and scientists working together to excite all children about learning through the scientific exploration of the world around them. Community Resources for Science contributes to...
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Forensic DNA provides the professional and legal community with educational and expert resources in the field of Forensic Science. Bookstore, articles, forensic science history timeline, information about careers, the forensic science glossary, and numerous resources from SCIEG, the Scientific Collaboration, Innovation and Education Group. Providing the professional and legal community with...
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Adrian Bruce's Educational Teaching Resources-Reading Games-Math Games-Educational Software-Motivational Posters-Line Symmetry-Readers Theater-Art Lessons-Science Lessons-. Free Educational Resources of Adrian Bruce - Reading Games-Educational Software,Math Games-Motivational Posters & much, much more.
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“Business skills” are often brought up as something that actuaries need to have in order to be successful. The question is: What business skills matter for actuaries? This was laid out in the Actuarial Talent: Supply and Demand Study that was performed by the Economist Intelligence Unit and commissioned by the Society of Actuaries (SOA), Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS), and Canadian Institute...
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Visit the unit support pages frequently - resources are constantly added and updated. The BC Science 8 website has Internet links, activities, online quizzes, podcasts, probeware labs, and is packed with several more great features:. The BC Science 8 team would like to wish you all the best for your studies this school year. We are pleased to be of service and hope that your studies are...
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-- Lesson plans designed by teachers in 1997 - 2003: about 90, using 'Net resources and maintained by Greg Sheppard of Sheppard's Science Resources. 20,000 calculator links: ALL topics, e.g., cosmetics, mathematics, statistics, chemistry, physics, engineering, computer, etc. This resource is being developed by Frank Potter (drpotter@lycos.com), Program Coordinator, with Jim Martindale,...
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RAFT believes hands-on teaching is the best way for our children to learn, so we provide teachers and community groups with creative tools and materials to promote hands-on teaching in science, math, technology, and art. To provide kits and materials at low cost, RAFT has developed an innovative supply chain process that converts commonly found or discarded materials from the business community...
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Color science information and help on issues ranging from color management for printer, monitors and industrial products. Other topics are color wheel, perception, measurement. This site is about the science of color. It is intended to provide answers and resources to those with issues on color management, measurement or just a general curiosity about color. Since there are already many great...
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Current number of resources: 6512 Use the category buttons below to easily search our resources on information, academic publications, and research concerning the world’s endangered languages! Our resources include information on anthropology, sociology, education, cognitive science, environmental science, public policy, and more and have been uploaded by users and researchers alike. If you...
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