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How do National Geographic explorers do research, and get such great photos, in the wild? National Geographic invites kids to try and solve the technical problems explorers face, in a new Kids Engineering Exploration Challenge.
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Scientists were kids once themselves—kids who wondered, kids who tinkered, kids who made mistakes. Connect Howtosmile.org activities with biographies of scientists and mathematicians for library summer reading programs like Fizz, Boom, READ! and Bedtime Summer of Numbers.
Submitted by Deborah Lee Rose on Sun, 02/02/2014 - 11:48
Homeschool.com has named Howtosmile.org one of the Top 100 Educational Websites for the second year in a row. Science educator Cassandra Byrd at San Francisco's Exploratorium agrees totally. She uses the Howtosmile.org collection, including several hundred activities from The Exploratorium, as a major STEM resource to develop workshops for homeschoolers.
Submitted by Deborah Lee Rose on Thu, 01/30/2014 - 07:54
From trendy pizza trucks to gluten free crust, not to mention that alltime favorite—plain cheese—pizza is a must-have meal for millions. Turn any pizza party (real or pretend) into tasty math and science with activities from Howtosmile.org. In Pizza Party, practice simple fractions to make sure everyone gets an equal piece of the pie.