With this first issue of 2017, you get twice the news and activities. Join Science A-Z as we wish Happy Birthday to our U.S National Parks with colorful maps and photographs while looking back on the biggest science news stories of 2016: the continued spread of the Zika virus; new discoveries of plant and animal species; and, the landing of the Rosetta spacecraft landing on Comet 67P, which provides the closest images of a comet’s surface that astronomers have ever seen.
Science in the News' photographs and stories take students on adventures through a variety of scientific topics. Each issue is available in versions for early, middle, and upper elementary students. With a subscription to Science A-Z, you can access printable, projectable, and digital eResource versions of each issue.
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