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"Amy's Amazing Adventure"
Amy spent seven weeks at camp this summer and had some amazing adventures. The highlight was probably her climb to the summit of Mount Katahdin. Check out her electronic scrapbook.
"The Philadelphia Inquirer"
New science and health stories are available online with links to supporting information. A few of the topics are diabetes, frogs, mammals, oceanography, nuclear energy, and zoology. If any of these meet your curriculum requirements, there's some current science waiting for you.
Welcome to The Schuylkill River
Consider the many ways by which a watershed can effect communities. A local educator, who grew up on the Schuylkill watershed, developed this resource for other educators who may be exploring the impact of environment upon a community. If your curriculum includes watersheds, this resource offers an integrated approach.
Educational Hotlists
Every day, we add new resources to our lists of educational hotspots. Be sure to check the list that interests you often. We're continually finding more valuable resources.

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