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Jewellery Quarter Museum Issue Date: 12-31-2017

Cool Spots image The Birmingham Museum for Kids, bmkids.org.uk/ mjq/mjq.htm, invites you to tour the Jewellery Quarter and take a peek into the workshop of Mr. Pepper and Mr. Smith, where most of Englandís jewelry is made. Step into The Office and find out which countries provide the raw materials for the exquisite pieces of jewelry the workshop creates. The Workshopís unique tools make it possible for precious metals to be shaped into the fine pieces you will see in a retail store. Play the Job Game and help the workers finish their tasks in the correct order. Learn interesting facts about pure gold when you visit Mr. Tomís Office.

Visit: http://bmkids.org.uk/mjq/mjq.htm
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Tall Buildings Issue Date: 12-31-2017

Cool Spots image Have you ever wondered which skyscrapers are the tallest in the world? Emporis, emporis.com/statistics/worlds-tallest-buildings, is a company that keeps data on more than half a million buildings in 200 countries. To view the tallest building in the world, you would have to travel to Dubai and visit the Burj Khalifa. Select each building to see quick facts, then scroll down to learn what makes each impressive architectural structure unique. Find out which building has the highest observation deck or which has the fastest elevator. Some of these skyscrapers are strictly for businesses, while others contain restaurants, hotels and residential areas.

Visit: http://emporis.com/statistics/worlds-tallest-buildings
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Science Fair Issue Date: 12-24-2017

Cool Spots image Every spring, students across the country compete for top honors in science. All Science Fair Projects, all-science-fair-projects.com/top-science-fair-projects.html, can help you select a winning entry. Fortunately, there are many subjects to choose from when researching an idea. Experiments come in a variety of scientific areas, including environment, behavior, sports, physics, chemistry and more. If youíre interested in Behavioral Science, check out Effect of Classroom Temperature on a Studentís Performance. Find out if hamsters are smarter than mice, in Biology. The Science Project Coach is available to teach you how to evaluate your project so youíll be ready for the judges.

Visit: http://all-science-fair-projects.com/top-science-fair-projects.html
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Citizen Science Issue Date: 12-17-2017

Cool Spots image Calling all scientists! Your help is needed for an important project called Floating Forests, www.floatingforests.org. Satellites have taken millions of images of the ocean since 1984, but unfortunately, satellites cannot see Giant Kelp, which is crucial for healthy marine ecosystems. Scientists want to identify changes in these underwater forests, but they need help from citizens to examine the images and mark the kelp. Select Get Started for a short tutorial, then learn to identify kelp, clouds and faulty images that you will mark and submit for review in Start Hunting.

Visit: http://www.floatingforests.org
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Protecting the Great Lakes Issue Date: 12-10-2017

Cool Spots image The Great Lakes contain 20 percent of the Earthís fresh water. The largest one, Lake Superior, is 1,332 feet deep with 2,726 miles of shoreline. The Environmental Protection Agency, epa.gov/greatlakes, is committed to protecting the wildlife and ecosystems residing there. Millions of people rely on the lakes for water, food, recreation and even careers. Lakewide Management Plans outlines the challenges each lake faces. Because of its proximity to the densely populated cities of Chicago and Milwaukee, Lake Michigan faces greater challenges with pollution and waste management.

Visit: http://epa.gov/greatlakes
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