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Online Extras (Updated every Monday)

School District Says Tag Won't Be Banned At Recess

Discussion prompts & video archive.

Thinking about how you think can become confusing, making the brain one of the most complicated organs to study. NBC Learn’s eight-part video series on the brain is divided into easily-understood concepts, which together create a broader view of how versatile and mysterious the human brain can be.

Click here to view this week’s video installment


Daily Science Webcasts

Volcano - Climb

Volcanoes may emit low frequency sounds prior to erupting. Scientists are using microphones to monitor these infrasounds.
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-- Oct 2, 2015

Tap the wealth of information in your newspaper as a teaching tool:

Answer FIVE Geography questions each week based on major news events.

This Weeks's lesson:
Guyana says Venezuela deployed troops on border

Click here to take the quiz

Click here for the Quiz Archive

Be a Butterfly Hero
Help Save the Monarch Butterfly

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This week's word in the news: CELESTIAL

Pertaining to the sky or visible heaven, or to the universe beyond the earth’s atmosphere, as in celestial body.

And unlike with meteor showers and other celestial fireworks, children will be able to watch this one and still be in bed at a reasonable time for school the next morning.
The San Jose Mercury News -- 09/21/2015