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"Have you checked out STEMbite on YouTube? It is SOOOO cool! This guy is an online science and math teacher who takes videos with his Google Glasses and posts them. The result is a series of REALLY engaging bite size lessons to stimulate interest in science and math. There is something for every age!"

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Hiking the Appalachian Trail: What You Really Need to Know

Appalachian Trail Thru-Hike Planner. I plan to hike this my second year of retirement at age 63

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12 of the Best Science Sites EVER!

Dragon's Den Curriculum: 12 of the Best Science Sites EVER! If you teach science don't miss this one!

I absolutely LOVE this site. I read it everyday! Smithsonian Science | A Web site featuring highlights of the Smithsonian Institution’s scientific research in the fields of anthropology, astrophysics, conservation biology, geology, materials science, paleontology and zoology

Geology..Shall I not have intelligence with the earth? Am I not partly leaves and vegetable mould myself. - Henry David Thoreau (Cross-curricular relationship)

A former middle school teacher's blog. All her activities look great--no fluff and lots of learning. The best science activities I've ever found on the internet.

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8 Science YouTube Channels for Kids

8 Science youtube channels for kids. Learn at home or school.

Where to Find Math and Science Teacher Bloggers. Visit the blogs of secondary math and science teacher-authors for a peek into their creative classrooms.

It’s a fact: Nobody lives forever. Aging is unavoidable. But what actually happens when you age? Why does your hair go grey? Why does your skin

What Great Scientists Did When They Weren't Doing Great Science | Perimeter Institute

Written in a sign post at the northern intersection of the Appalachian Trail and the Long Trail.