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Holiday DIY Projects for the Younger Set: Evergreen Wreath

The holiday season is the perfect opportunity to explore the great outdoors and use nature to create holiday decorations. Using items found in the outdoor environment is the ideal way to support your child's academic learning and incorporate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) principles. Materials found in nature support a child's exploration and understanding of various scientific concepts such as the life cycle of a plant. An evergreen wreath is the perfect activity for children to complete at home.

Wintry Citizen Scientist Projects - Get Involved!

Baby, it’s cold outside! To mark the first day of winter on December 21st, we’d like to share this list of wintry Citizen Science projects by SciStarterSciStarter is a fantastic website where you can discover, get involved in, and contribute to science research projects through recreational activities. They have over 600 citizen science projects listed!

Question Your World: How Does the Brain Make Decisions?

Decisions, decisions, decisions! Our lives are basically a series of decisions, on after the other. The big and small decisions we make shape and guide everything in our lives. So, the big question right now is, how does the brain make decisions? Learn more in this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia.

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