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Unschool: Mystery Wednesday - love this idea. One day a week choose a new location to visit. Kids are told what to wear and what to bring, and then given clues along the way as to where you're going. So much fun!

The Create a Documentary lesson plan includes everything you'll need to excite your students and ignite their love of learning. I've used this activity with my own students. The result was a resounding success!

Earth Evolution Poster/Graphic - Changing Planet - The Intersection of Geology and Biology - illustrates how the Earth has evolved over the past 4.6 billion years, and highlights how that evolution influences biological evolution.

Sometimes, discovering when something happened only begins to make sense when it’s seen in relation to other events. This is particularly easy to do if the total time is shown in the form of a clock. The age of the Earth is about 4.5 billion years – on the clock, 1 second equals approximately 52,000 years and one hour is 187.5 million years.

Here's a set of rocks and minerals flash cards. Includes good pictures and descriptions.

An upcoming documentary entitled The Raising of America will explore the early childhood education and care system in the U.S., including a comparison to other countries. A preview video is available on their website.

Fly Fishing the Driftless

A documentary about a group of experts who live and work on a four hundred year old farm using only the technology and resources from that era.

Qingsongite: New Mineral from Tibet Hard as Diamond Aug 5, 2013 by Sci-News.com The International Mineralogical Association has officially approved qingsongite as the name for a new mineral, cubic boron nitride. Qingsongite is a recently discovered mineral. Coesite and osbornite are also ultra-high pressure minerals (Larissa Dobrzhinetskaya / University of California, Riverside)

Driftless Trout Conservation

Take Action – Project Wild Thing---i really enjoyed this documentary!!! and I like the app!!! win win win.....pass it along