Learn about lichens and get directions for going on your own lichen hunt for the perfect winter nature study. Click "Read More" to get started.
What do peas, your height, and a bunch of letters have in common? The Punnett Square! Click "Read More" to learn how this foundation of genetics came about and what it can tell us.
You can use those feet-bruising, colorful bricks to learn about how sequencing the in the genetic code works by building this simple LEGO DNA tower. Click "Read More" to get started.
Moths, bees, and wind can all act as pollinators for plants. Although there are many different types of pollinators, there are just two main types of pollination. Click "Read More" to learn about these with Summer from Sassafras Science.
Summer Beach is back today to share how she and Ulysses preserve the stunning summer blooms to wear around and cheer each other up all winter long. Click "Read More" to see how.
Want to raise a native butterfly? Summer Beach is back to share just how you can in this summer science activity! Click "Read More" to see the steps.
Save those seeds from certain death in the ground and use them to teach your kids instead. Click "Read More" to see 4 steps for making your very own, completely unique seed board.
Is your yard covered with icky fungal fruiting bodies? Put on some gloves, harvest one of those, and use it to make a mushroom spore print masterpiece!
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Strip down the leaves you have collected from your latest forest walk to examine the bare bones! Click "Read More" to see the directions.
Have you noticed all the amazing fall activities popping up in your Pinterest feed? Click "Read More" to see five posts that have caught my eye to try out this year!