Science in the News shares exciting news stories that highlight recent advancements in science, engineering, and technology. The July issue encourages students to save the date for the August 21st solar eclipse, when the Moon lines up directly between the Earth and Sun. Students will also enjoy stories about why shoelace knots always come untied, how diet affects sleep cycles, and the role that pollinating drones may play in the future of agriculture.
Science in the News’ photographs and stories engage students in exploring a range 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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