Microscopes explained

April 29, 2018

This website explains how microscopes work, why we need microscopes, and provides an in depth description(with a picture) on all of the parts of a microscope. It also offers links for older and younger children that further explain, including books , websites, and articles!

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Microorganisms

April 29, 2018

This webpage offers information on microorganisms, fun facts about microorganisms, pictures, videos, games and important definitions relating to microorganisms. This website is not only  informative, but interactive and can be used by teachers, parents, and students!

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The Water Cycle-USGS

April 29, 2018

This webpage offers students with the breakdown of the water cycle, while also providing them with insight on water properties. This webpage posted by USGS, offers this insight, in addition to links to to other pages on the website that teachers and parents can use! This website offers students with all the information they need on the water cycle, and teachers, as well as, parents with resources as well!

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The Water Cycle, National Geographics Kids

April 29, 2018

The webpage, published by The National Geographics Kids, breaks down the water cycle in a way that makes it very easy to understand for students. This website can be used as a source for parents or teachers to introduce the Water Cycle to kids in a way that makes it less intimidating.

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From Colonies to Country Book

April 29, 2018

From Colonies to Countries by Joy Hakim, is a great resource for teachers as it can guide them as they plan a lesson on the American Revolution. This book can also be found in an Elementary School library, so as to serve as resource for students who are in the process of learning about the American Revolution. The book breaks down the American Revolution piece by piece into 41 chapters, while also offering pictures of important events and people, in addition to side notes along the pages to offer additional information that is necessary to understand what is on the page!


The Water Cycle–Precipitation Education

April 29, 2018

The webpage published by NASA, offers students with great insight on the precipitation, and how it is a vital component of the Earth’s water cycle! It provides them with insightful videos, in addition to interactive, educational games! It allows students to expand their knowledge of the water cycle even more so, by providing links to learn about the other parts of the water cycle and water properties!

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The Water Cycle

April 29, 2018

This article posted by the NASA Earth Observatory website, is a great resource for teachers to use as source to build their lessons on, as well as, can be given to students to read by themselves. Within the article, they discuss how climate change as affected the water cycle, the water cycle itself, as well as, discuss the Aqua spacecraft!

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