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  • Dinosaurs in My Backyard

    Dinosaurs in My Backyard1

    Everyone knows that all the dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago, right? Wrong! The truth is, dinosaurs are alive and well today, and living in disguise – right in your own backyard. How is this possible? It’s possible because living things change over very long periods of time. Think about your own family. You

  • Watching the Night Sky

    Watching the Night Sky0

    Hey kids, when you look up at the sky at night, what do you see? If you live in a city, you can probably see the moon and a few stars. But if you live out in the country, away from all the city lights, you can see a sky full of stars! But stars

  • Amazing Atoms

    Amazing Atoms0

    Hey kids, here’s some science fun to try in your kitchen: Take a piece of food, like cheese, and cut it in half. Then you take one half, and cut it in half again. And again. And again. Eventually, if you keep cutting, you’ll end up with a piece that’s too small to cut anymore.

  • Facinating animal facts – Elephants

    Facinating animal facts – Elephants0

    If you are big and you eat food equivalent to six to eight percent of your body weight and sleep while standing, then you may call yourself as a little elephy….. Babies suck their thumbs while baby elephants suck their trunks… The young elephant calves suckle with their mouth and not their trunk. Did you

  • Bats – the little known secret

    Bats – the little known secret0

    Hello kids. Here’s a fun trick to try at home: stretch out your hand. Spread your fingers as wide as you can. Wider. Even wider! Now imagine that each of your fingers was almost the length of your entire body (except for your thumb – that sticks up at the top) and glued together by


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