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inQuiry Almanack
volume two, issue two

It may be the shortest month, but there's plenty to do in February.

Begin the month by celebrating Groundhog Day on February 2nd. Throw a birthday party for George and Abe on the 12th when we celebrate Presidents' Day.

On the 14th, remember your Valentine and celebrate the day by taking another look at The Heart, an online exploration of the human heart.

Finally, remember that this year, February has twenty-nine days. Learn about Leap Day on the 29th.

Don't forget that February is also Black History Month.

Now that should keep you busy!


Spotlighting...
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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
Visit University Park Elementary School, our online school of the month.
Quite Amazing!
Our resident science student, Amy, addresses the adolescent angst of acne.
Science News
Keep up with the latest science happenings.
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