In the April 2017 issue of Science in the News, students read the most popular news stories making an impact in the world of science. This issue includes a description of exoplanets, findings from a sleep-deprivation study, a story about a geological phenomenon in the Arizona desert, and an article about why some children have uncombable hair. At the end of the issue, students can complete an activity that asks them to survey their friends and teachers about school start times.
Science in the News’ photographs and stories take students on adventures through a spectrum of science topics. Each issue is leveled for early, middle, and upper elementary students. With a subscription to Science A-Z, you can get printable, projectable, and digital versions of each issue.
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