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Learn about Celsius and then translate what those temps mean in the real world. From The Critical Thinking Co.'s Mathematical Reasoning® Level D. Written to the standards of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
Number of Downloads: 10679  | Created on: 03/08/2010 hot icon
Writing prompt gets kids thinking about why we have seasons. Even though the days start getting longer again after the winter solstice, the temperatures around us continue to get colder. Why do you think this happens?
Number of Downloads: 3629  | Created on: 12/22/2009 hot icon
Think of one thing you can do to save the earth (and reduce your carbon footprint). Write it on the lines below. Then cut out your footprint. Provided by Simon and Schuster Resources.
Number of Downloads: 8333  | Created on: 10/28/2009 hot icon
Build your child’s interest in math and science by helping him to observe, estimate, and weigh objects at home. Created by the U.S. Department of Education.
Number of Downloads: 7659  | Created on: 10/01/2008 hot icon
Teach children the basics of science with this at-home activity. Created by the U.S. Department of Education.
Number of Downloads: 5693  | Created on: 10/01/2008 hot icon

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