Think! Explore! Sketch! Create! Try! Tweak! Sell! Inventing is a process. From the Eureka! moment when the light bulb goes on to the new product that changes the world, there are a lot of steps and a lot of creativity in between. These activities will help you explore some of the steps of invention and learn more about some amazing inventors. Try them out and see if you catch the invention bug yourself!
Think! Explore! Sketch! Create! Try! Tweak! Sell! Inventing is a process. From the Eureka! moment when the light bulb goes on to the new product that changes...View Exploration??
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February is Black History Month in the Usa and we celebrate in our Global Community by embracing diversity and tolerance worldwide...View Exploration??
Although Earth Day has been celebrated around the world for over 40 years, in 2009, the United Nations recognized International Mother Earth Day...View Exploration??
The Arts can be a forum for self-expression, communication, exploration and cultural understanding. And Arts Education can strengthen collaborative...View Exploration??
United Nations International Youth Day is celebrated on August 12th of each year. This year, marked with the slogan 'Change Our World', Ban Ki-moon, Secretary General...View Exploration??
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This is a Slide presentation of a 2nd grade class from Slaughter Elementary. We were studying plant parts and expanded our learning through the "Museum Expert"...
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A post card about Egypt. The fascinating warm country. Submitted by Hydi from Egypt.
Hi. My name is Grace, I'm in 7th grade and I live in the United States. I read about Edward Palmer, a famous ethnobotanist. He collected plant specimens and showed...
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By Namita V
This is our bird cryogen that lives in extremely cold regions. We named it "Cryogen" because this word means-a freezing mixture.
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Second graders learned about the problems facing orangutans in Borneo from a webcast by DeforestAction and TakingITglobal.
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