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After the #Eclipse2017: What I Saw and How I Did It

View this post on Instagram #Eclipse2017 A post shared by Eva Blaskovic (@ladyyegfitness) on Aug 21, 2017 at 12:55pm PDT Watching the partial eclipse in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada To watch the solar eclipse that took place in North America on … Continue reading

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No Eclipse Glasses? Two Ways to Make a Pinhole Projector

1. CEREAL BOX PROJECTOR How to Make a Pinhole Projector to View the Solar Eclipse by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Click on YouTube to read the information below the video about the solar eclipse, pinhole camera, and social media … Continue reading

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#Eclipse2017: What You Need to Know. Where Will YOU Be?

A solar eclipse is taking place on August 21, 2017. According to many people, the event is going to be stranger than you think, and nothing beats experiencing it in person to feel the effect on people and animals. The … Continue reading

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Mooning the Earth: Moon Names and Facts

We recently had a Thunder Moon on July 9 and before that the Strawberry Moon on June 9. Coming up is the Sturgeon Moon on August 7, and most of you have heard of the Harvest Moon (September 6). Where … Continue reading

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June 2017 Roundup: Parenting and Education

While I am away from my blog this week, I have selected and scheduled articles from several categories. A different theme will post each day. Today’s roundup theme is parenting/education. Parenting/Education The Awesomeness of Teens: 10 Tips for Parents Can … Continue reading

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Pt. 4B: Teaching Science — for Educators

In Pt. 3 of this miniseries, I ended with the concepts of relevance, brain development, and understanding how the world looks through the students’ eyes. In Pt. 4A, I discussed how parents can help with science readiness at school, and … Continue reading

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