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Atoms and Molecules Issue Date: 02-17-2017

Cool Spots image Do you struggle to understand some science concepts? The Molecularium, molecularium.com/kidsite, is an interactive science experience that makes it easy to learn about atoms and molecules. Enter the Nanolab and choose an activity to begin. Select Build to create your own molecules and gather facts about them. Next, Zoom in from space to view Earth at a molecular level. In Transform, you’ll learn about the three states of matter. Watch the trailer for Riding Snowflakes – A Magical Musical Adventure. After you’ve explored, grab some desktop images and Aim Buddys in Downloads.

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Turn It Down! Issue Date: 03-20-2016

Cool Spots imageHave you ever wondered how loud is too loud? Dangerous Decibels, dangerousdecibels.org, shows how some sounds can permanently harm your hearing. Check out Education to learn how you can protect your ears from loud noises. Protecting your hearing can be as easy as walking away from loud noises or turning down the volume of your music. Did you know that hearing damage can occur with as little as 15 minutes of exposure? Find out how to protect yourself, and share your knowledge with others.

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Visual Learning Issue Date: 03-15-2015

Cool Spots imageAre you a visual learner? NeoK12, neok12.com, believes kids learn better when they see a concept demonstrated rather than just listening to a lesson. For example, let’s say you have a Life Science test coming up about Pollination. You can watch videos and learn why pollinators are critical to our food supply. Math can be tricky, but when you learn a faster way to do long division, you’ll be amazed! Find out 25 Crazy Facts About Our Solar System. You can study Measurements in Physical Science and learn more about them.

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Science Facts Issue Date: 06-08-2014

Cool Spots imageThe Library of Congress presents Everyday Mysteries, loc.gov/rr/scitech/mysteries/archive.html. Have you ever wondered why your knees sometimes make a popping sound as you walk, or if you can really build a house with straw? Find answers to your wackiest questions about everything from Astronomy to Home Economics here. Did you ever wonder how fortunes get into fortune cookies? Discover how static electricity works in Physics. Amaze your friends by counting the chirps of a cricket to tell the temperature. In Astronomy, learn why Pluto is no longer classified as a planet.

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Farmer's Almanac Issue Date: 05-11-2014

Cool Spots imageThe Old Farmer’s Almanac for Kids, almanac4kids.com, is a combination calendar, reference and farmers’ “how-to” guide. From its first printing in 1792, the almanac was a best seller. Put in your ZIP code and find out your town’s weather. Explore the calendar to find important dates. Check out the Question of the Day, and learn answers to such questions as, “Can I feed my dog anything to repel fleas?” Learn to identify birds by sound in Outdoors. The Activity Guide is full of great ideas for indoors and out!

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