This month Learning A-Z is excited to release its new Science in the News summer edition, “Glow in the Dark Animals,” which takes an in-depth look at what makes animals glow in the deep ocean darkness. This edition also includes an article about edible spoons designed to decrease waste, a description of Makemake (a new dwarf planet with its own moon), and an explanation of how drawing and doodling can help with memory.
Every Science in the News edition can be accessed online through a computer or mobile device, and these eResource formats allow students to compose journals about what they read and keep track of new vocabulary words.
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