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. This issue of Science in the News, covers stories on Life Science, Earth Science, and Physical Science.
The cover story engages students to learn about the recent discovery of large populations of Adélie penguins in the Danger Islands, and what the discovery could mean for marine life conservation. In another featured story, students will be delighted to learn of the recent discovery of an enormous Mastodon fossil! Who were the paleontologists who unearthed this great find? It turned out to be kids! They were playing in the dirt in their backyard in Mississippi.
Additionally, your students will read why over-consumption of hot peppers can be painful for not only your mouth – but your brain, and how whales can occasionally create small rainbows.
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