Monthly Archives: October 2011
If it weren’t for the invention of the wheel, where would we be today? If not for the invention of the square, how would we be able to enjoy toast? As you see, shapes are all around us and influence all we do. Share the wonder of shapes with your child. Continue reading
“Dogs Decoded” reveals the science behind the remarkable bond between humans and their dogs and investigates new discoveries in genetics that are illuminating the origin of dogs… Continue reading
Visit wfsu.pbslearningmedia.org to sign up now! Watch the full episode. See more PBS Presents. As America’s largest classroom,PBS and WGBH along with other PBS member stations announced plans today to launch PBS LearningMedia (wfsu.pbslearningmedia.org), a new public media education platform available to every teacher and … Continue reading
Sid the Science Kid offers a wealth of resources for young children based off of the science content in the program. But did you know that the Sid team puts together new stories, experiences and resources for parents and teachers every week?
NATURE’s two-part special Dogs That Changed the World tells the epic story of the wolf’s evolution, how “man’s best friend” changed human society and how we in turn have radically transformed dogs. In Part One, “The Rise of the Dog,” you’ll learn … Continue reading