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    The Earth Is Flat!

    (Shockwave, Book #0)
    by Mary Atkinson

    Interest Level: Grades 4 - 7

    Grade Level Equivalent: 5.4

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  • Your young scientist will love discovering how yeast grows and creates bread in this fun experiment. Your young scientist will love discovering how yeast grows and creates bread in this fun experiment. Liz Heinecke Blogs Sch...

  • These squishy, shriveled eggs are a wonderfully gross Halloween decoration — and an intriguing science activity, too! These squishy, shriveled eggs are a wonderfully gross Halloween decoration — and an intriguing science act...

  • Use these apps to teach your budding scientist about everything from constellations to bird-watching to the weather. Use these apps to teach your budding scientist about everything from constellations to bird-watching to the...

  • See what kind of canned foods roll the fastest down a slide. A visit to the playground can be a powerful way to show kids basic physics — like how gravity works. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Sc...

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  • Discover a new way to teach your child the concepts of hot and cold.

  • Expect your child to delve into a range of fascinating topics, from the solar system to rocks and minerals.

  • Get suggestions on how to identify fun and fascinating projects for your child’s 6th grade science class.

  • See how your 5th grader will cement his understanding of important scientific concepts through experiments.

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