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Franklin Institute Museum to Go Resource Center has compiled Life Science activity kits on Ecosystems and Communities that are available for purchase. Each kit includes experiments, worksheets, hands-on materials, and complete instructions. For more information about purchasing kits, call Museum to Go at (215) 448-1297.

Geology: The Active Earth (1987). Ranger Rick's NatureScope. Grades K-7. Interdisciplinary investigation of the nature of earth, with 18 detailed lessons. Available from National Wildlife Federation, 1412 16th St., NW, Washington, DC 20036. See also Wild About Weather, an interdisciplinary guide to the causes, kinds, and impact of weather.