The Rules of Science (and Life)

Donna Giachetti, Educational Innovations

by:  Donna Giachetti

Recently I came across a graphic so stunning, I just had to share it.  I printed it out and posted it on the door of our lunchroom here at Educational Innovations.

It contained no cats, no LOLZ, no pop references to current hit movies, songs or TV shows.  Indeed, it didn’t even have any images at all!

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Summer Science in the News

What’s newsworthy about summer?  Well, aside from the fact that it’s time to relax, it’s also the time of year when we typically see more shooting stars… more droughts… more wildfires… more bugs… and (dare we say it?) more shark attacks.  We don’t have a crystal ball, but these are our predictions for Summer Science in the news.

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EI TV – Summer Science!

EI TV - Educational Innovations BlogDuring the summer, we love getting outdoors and soaking up the rays (with sunscreen, of course)!  Before you head outside, take a look at our hand-picked summer science videos.  If you have your own favorite summer science video ideas, please share them with us in the comments section below!

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Summer Science Humor

Science Humor - Educational Innovations Newsletter

Relax!  School is out and it’s time for some fun. Pour yourself an ice-cold lemonade, get settled into your favorite chair (or hammock) and enjoy our sizzling collection of summer science humor.  You might also get a kick out our UV Light humor page, from a previous issue of our newsletter.

If you have a favorite cartoon or joke, we invite you to share it as a comment below.

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Summer Science Lesson

Lesson - Educational Innovations BlogWhat’s more summery than watermelon?  These fun lessons from the National Watermelon Promotion Board are perfect summer science activities and can be modified depending upon the grade range you’re teaching.

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