Center of Gravity on a Tightrope


Tami O'ConnorBy Tami G. O’Connor

When I taught second grade, one of our literature books was Mirette on the High Wire by Emily Arnold McCully.  I was that teacher who always taught thematically—that is, nothing ever was taught in a vacuum.  I tried as often as possible to tie things together.

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Introducing the Home Science Lab!


donna_giachettiby:  Donna Giachetti

Albert Einstein famously said,

The important thing is not to stop questioning.
Curiosity has its own reason for existing.

At Educational Innovations, we agree wholeheartedly.  Our company was founded by a master teacher in 1994.  Today it’s still run by a dedicated crew of teachers who share a passion for science… and for fostering curiosity in kids.

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