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Hands On Science Kits

Hands On Science Kits

Tumblehome Learning, helps kids imagine themselves as young scientists or engineers and encourages them to experience science through adventure and self-guided discovery. Exciting mystery Adventure Fun experiments Hands On Science Kits All carefully designed to engage students. Learn more about how to engage and satisfy your kids scientific curiosity GO to Tumblehome Learning NOW.
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The Science of Cotton

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      The Cotton Story Learn about cotton, great lesson material for home school class rooms Today, the world uses more cotton than any other fiber with cotton being the leading cash crop in the U.S. Annual business revenue stimulated by cotton in the U.S. economy exceeds $120 billion, making cotton the number...
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Young Naturalist Awards

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  mnh.org/yna Integrating the Young Naturalist Awards into Your Science Curriculum See the list of 2012 Winners. For Educators We’ve spoken with teachers throughout the country to learn how they integrate the Young Naturalist Awards competition into their science curriculum. Some teachers make it a semester or year-long project and require each student in...
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Home Training Tools – Science for at home schools

Home Training Tools – Science for at home schools

Home Science Tools is a resource for parents, teachers, and kids who want a better experience with hands-on science. Frank and Debbie Schaner started the company in 1994, when they realized how difficult it was to find the right supplies for doing science at home with their four children. Since then, they’ve been committed...
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Amazing Robotics Projects from Crafts for Learning Programs

Amazing Robotics Projects from Crafts for Learning Programs

Crafts for Learning Programs for schools, libraries, museums and youth groups make science, math, history and literature fun! New program for 2012! Amazing Robotics Projects You Can Build Yourself! based on the book Robotics: Discover the Science and Technology of the Future by Kathy Ceceri Coming from Nomad Press in August 2012! No computers...
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Animated Engines

Animated Engines

Animated Engines offers fun and functioning illustrations which explain the inner workings of a variety of engines such as four stroke, diesel, jet propulsion, oscillating steam, ross yoke stirling and others you may never have heard of, and includes a fascinating look at how the animations were created in the how-to section of the...
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The Standard Deviants

The Standard Deviants

Link: The Standard Deviants. Do you need science help or math help? Having trouble writing a paper? Stuck with boring study guides? Sometimes described as a cross between Sesame Street and Saturday Night Live, The Standard Deviants teach the most difficult concepts with an added twist of humor. The Standard Deviants are a terrific...
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American Science & Surplus

American Science & Surplus

American Science & Surplus offers a unique mix of industrial, military and educational items, with an emphasis on science and education. They supply a wide range of unusual and hard to find items (some say bizarre stuff) to the hobbiest, tinkerer, artist, experimenter, home educator, do-it-yourselfer, and bargain hunter. Customers have used American Science...
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Science Projects

Science Projects

This school-oriented but homeschool-helpful site offers a listing of ideas for elementary, middle, and high school Science Fair Projects – experiments involving everything from plants to X-ray machines – with useful links and hot tips on how to prepare science experiments. They have hundreds of ideas for every science topic, from Astronomy to Zoology,...
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Connect

Connect

Synergy Learning International’s Connect magazine, subtitled “Teachers’ Innovations in K-8 Science, Math, and Technology,” looks like a terrific resource for homeschoolers, too. Published five times a year, each 25-page issue focuses on a single scientific, mathematical, or technological topic. Past topics, for example, have included the scientific method, oceans, geometry, light and color, early...
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