Science A-Z Resources for February

Science in the News and Materials for Black History Month

This February, Science A-Z is offering resources to augment your Black History Month curriculum and get your students engaged with the most recent science-related news.

In this month’s issue, Science in the News explains how bird droppings help create clouds, follows the achievements of a woman astronaut, analyzes why rats are ticklish, and shows how a smart earpiece can translate languages. The issue also includes a sentence completion activity after students have read the articles.

If you’re looking for ways to integrate Black History Month into your science lessons, check out our Scientist and Inventor Cards, which feature illustrations and information about the world’s most influential scientific thinkers. Our Scientist and Inventor Cards feature prominent African-American scientists such as George Washington Carver, Elizabeth Blount, Benjamin Banneker, and more.

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