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inQuiry Almanack
volume two, issue one

Science fairs: love 'em or hate 'em? That's for you to decide. This month's "Spotlight" features a hotlist of science fair resources to help you make your decision. Also, you may be "quite amazed" by Amy's science fair project. She has presented her project results for your consideration.

Be sure to visit the students and staff of Captain Strong Elementary School in Battle Ground, Washington. They're "Caught in The Web" this month. Besides having that really cool school name, they have a really cool website. Make sure you see their salmon project. It's a winner.

As always, you can unscramble the puzzle, check the science news, and visit our five favorite websites. Finally, stop in and see "What's New" at The Franklin Institute Science Museum.


Spotlighting...
Science Fairs Use the Spotlight list of fair-related resources to make your science fair a winning experience.
Fistful of Favorites
Visit our five favorite online sites. Most are educational, some are whimsical, all are fun.
How Puzzling...
Can you discover the hidden object of the month?
Caught in The Web
Take a look at an online school that has learned the ways of the web.
Quite Amazing!
Our resident science student, Amy, presents her science fair project for all to see.
Science News
Keep up with the latest science happenings.
What's New?
Don't forget to visit The Franklin Institute's newest features.


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