09 March 2010

Life Scoop: Websites for budding scientists (a.k.a. all kids)

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My next post for the Intel-sponsored site Life Scoop shares some of my exciting Web finds around science learning. My son is a self-described scientist, so one of my first inclinations has been to see what's online. What I'm finding is thrilling, and it's teaching me that all kids, not just the "science-y" ones, will find something to love about science.

Click on over for some pointers, and share your own favorite science websites! I'd love to build up a great collection for us all to use.

Websites for budding scientists (a. k. a. all kids)

Related: Here's a picture of my son in full-on mad scientist mode. What the heck is he doing? The author of the most creative caption wins a $50 Amazon gift certificate! (Enter before 11:30PST on 3/11/10)

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