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  When we decide to explore any of the sciences, we expect to dive deep. We expect to examine what others have already discovered, we ..read more
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I have read some entertaining alphabet books in my time.  My favorites are the really old ones. The antique ones with the detailed ..read more
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For the last three weeks, we’ve gotten busy with two different writing projects that are taking longer than I anticipated.  (Isn’t ..read more
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Something quite amazing and wonderful happened the other day. But before I tell you about it, I need to tell you what led up to it ..read more
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My students have been working on several things lately.  Some have been looking at specific graphemes/digraphs and the phonemes that they ..read more
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When a colleague forwarded a notice back in January about a podcast contest that NPR was hosting, I was immediately interested.  It ..read more
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I came across an article at Science Friday called “The Origin of the Word ‘Thermometer’.”  Since a recent post focused on the base ..read more
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Our 5th Grade Science Fair was five days ago, and still I am surrounded by feelings of exhilaration, and great pride.  To guide (and ..read more
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It’s all well and good that we can put on an extra layer when the wind gets chilly and the temperatures drop, but what do the wild ..read more
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I woke up this morning to a temperature of -26 degrees Fahrenheit with a wind chill of -48 degrees or so.  That’s cold.  The ..read more

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