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inQuiry Almanack


volume two, issue ten

Feeling trapped inside your classroom walls? Transport yourself to the unseen places of MicroWorlds. This month's Spotlight features microscopic resources for exploring the unseen natural world.

Amy is also investigating nature. This month, she begins her annual science experiment and she'll be sharing the process and results as she goes along. Do you like lichens? If so, you can join in the conversation and even do your own research along with her.

Travel to Millville, Utah, to visit our online school of the month. If you're involved with gifted and talented classes, Millville is a "must." There is also some excellent student work available.

Surface tension getting to you? Try some detergent. In just a few minutes, ME shares how detergents help to ease the tension for surfaces. Bathtime may never be the same.

Finally, from "inQuiry Almanack" to you, best wishes for this season of holidays.


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