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inQuiry Almanack
volume one, issue five

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As the new academic year, 1995-1996 begins, the educational community on the World Wide Web is exploding! If you are one of the newcomers, welcome! The possibilities for educational collaborations, peer-to-peer communications, and student-created resources are exciting educators everywhere.

If this is your first issue of "inQuiry Almanack," you might want to check the archives for previous issues. You'll find many things to do.

The Franklin Institute Science Museum publishes "inQuiry Almanack" monthly throughout the school year to provide dynamic Web-related resources and information. Visit the museum online anytime.


Spotlighting...
An Apple for Your Teacher! Go a little fruity this month! Focus on fruits, healthy eating, and other nutritious activities.
Fistful of Favorites
Visit our five favorite online sites. Most are educational, some are whimsical, all are fun.
How Puzzling...
Our high-tech puzzle awaits. Remove the layers to reveal the picture of the month.
Caught in The Web
Visit the online school of the month.
Quite Amazing!
You'll be quite amazed as Amy performs some "Quite Amazing" experiments.
Science News
Keep up with the latest science happenings.
What's New?
Don't forget to visit the latest online stuff at The Franklin Institute.


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