One of the things we make a big deal about with kids on school trips on the refuge is oak galls. We have an oak savannah with young trees and lots of the ping pong ball-sized galls. 181 more words
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Every grain of sand has a story to tell.
By studying the composition and texture of sand, geologists can reconstruct its incredible life history. “There’s just a ton of information out there, and all of it is in the sand,” said Mary McGann, a geologist at the United States Geological Survey in Menlo Park, CA. 26 more words
“That’s science: Asking questions and seeking answers.”
An interesting peek into what happens in the brain during moments of curiosity. This article explores the importance of curiosity in the classroom. 69 more words