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April 2018

Citizen science projects connect students’ schoolwork to the real world. Many projects allow elementary students to contribute information to massive databases used by scientists. In this issue of Science and Children, students learn more about soil, technology, local animals, and the environment through engaging citizen science projects.

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March 2018

Maker activities should have students create something that solves a problem or supports the accomplishment of a goal. In this issue of Science and Children, students solve a variety of real-world problems, from finding a solution to plastic pollution to designing a payload to carry food and resources to a fictional Mars colony.

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February 2018

Heredity is of great interest to elementary students. In many cases, it is a topic that focuses on them. They have likely heard at a young age that they look like their mother or have their father’s eyes. The articles in this issue of Science and Children will support your teaching strategies and student learning as heredity becomes a part of your curriculum.

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January 2018

Science is for ALL—not just for students who are highly capable physically and mentally. The activities in this issue of Science and Children seek to remove as many barriers to learning as possible, make learning accessible, and support students as they find their strengths.

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