The first Science in the News of the new year is now available, and this issue is taking students on a journey to observe how our world is changing, by looking back on all of the monumental occurrences that took place in 2017.
Between powerful hurricanes, damaging earthquakes, and the discovery of some fascinating new species, the past year has demonstrated just how quickly our environment is transforming and adapting.
Science A-Z brings you popular news stories that provide multilevel STEM readings. This issue focuses on Earth Sciences, Life Sciences, and Environment. Each issue of Science in the News is available in versions for early, middle, and upper elementary students and these publications reveal exciting news stories and photographs that engage students and apply science to the world outside of the classroom.
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