Career Profile: Archaeologist

Hey there,  We know why you’re here. You’re here because, at some point, you have questioned if you want to consider this as a possible career. And with that we say: welcome! You’ve come to the right spot. This article is meant to help you further explore this career to help you confidently make decisions…

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Career Profile: Zookeeper

Career Profile: Zookeeper Signs You Should Keep Exploring:  You love animals.  You always loved going to the zoo, and still do!  You love watching wildlife documentaries.  Animal trivia is your jam.  Steve Irwin is your hero.  You subscribe to channels on YouTube for aquariums or zoos.  If you could donate $1Million dollars to a charity…

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How to Use the Outdoors to Teach STEM this Fall

FacebookTwitterRedditPinterestEmail This year, fall is looking very different from the previous years. With extended time of children learning at home, it is more important than ever to have varied educational experiences that focus on real world experiences. Additionally, since students are spending hours in front of their screens in…

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Floating Magnets Paper Circuit Activity

Hey Science Family! We’ve been busy sciencing (Evan’s word) and we’re ready for another Circuit Friday! Today we’re going to use our magnets to create a floating world, if we can!  This is a free-build circuit activity so you’re project will definitely look a lot different than ours, but the same principles as all of…

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Celebrating black scientists with fun paper circuit activities

This is a fun set of paper circuit activities to celebrate some amazing black scientists. Without men and women of all backgrounds, our science would be far less rich. Here is the supply list you will need for this week’s activities: Paper circuit supplies on Amazon  George Washington Carver (Agriculture) Born into slavery, George Washington Carver…

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MLB Hall of Famer Joe Morgan passes away at 77

1 SHARES ShareTweetSubscribe CINCINNATI (AP) — At 5-foot-7, he was the smallest cog in the Big Red Machine. And to his star-powered teammates, Joe Morgan was a driving force, too. Morgan, the Hall of Fame second baseman who became the sparkplug of dominant Cincinnati teams in the mid-1970s and the prototype for baseball’s artificial turf era, has…

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