Tuesday, December 16, 2003

Science Books for Kids

An article from the New York Times about science books for kids. I use lots of books - especially the Seymour Simon books - with my students, as sources for research projects. My science library is in a different part of the room than the regular classroom library. Lately my students have started borrowing the science books to read during homeroom. It started with one or two kids who sit near the science shelf, and is slowly spreading from table to table.

For the nerds out there:

Quiz Question: "What atom can bond with magnesium? What compound do they form?"

My Favorite Answer: Sulfur. They form magnetic sulfide.


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