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Question Your World: What Happened in Science this Year?

Right around the holiday season we start to see a lot of top 10 lists that go over all the major highlights of the year. Entertainment, politics, sports, and day-to-day living are all discussed in the yearly recap. So, what happened in science this year? Listen to this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia to find out.

Holiday DIY Projects: Exploring Ice Crystals

Here is another great winter craft that incorporates several STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) based principles. Create an ice crystal. This activity is ideal for children between the ages of 16 months and 4 years old. Begin the activity by providing children several basic facts about snow. Facts can be very simple for a young child, 16 - 24 months, and increase in detail according to the age and interest level of the child.

Question Your World: What's Up With Moons?

From our closest celestial neighbor to distant objects that orbit planets, moons are pretty interesting. The more we learn about them the more interesting they become. Scientists are constantly looking at various moons as future projects, but why? What's up with moons? Find out in this Question Your World radio report produced by the Science Museum of Virginia.

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