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Food for Thought

Food for Thought is full of fascinating facts about ​science, news and important events to help educate and inform your young scientist.
Amur Leopard Cub
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Endangered Species

Any animal or plant that is in danger of disappearing forever is called an endangered species. If a species of animal or plant dies out

Pine forest viewed from above
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Trees and Arbor Day

Trees and Arbor Day go hand-in-hand. In fact, Arbor Day is a day set aside to inspire people to plant, nurture and celebrate trees!  It

Sloth hanging from tree branch
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Slow Sloths

Sloths are an adorable and very slow-moving mammal, that live in the treetops of Central and South American tropical rainforests!  Sloths sleep 15-18 hours a

Humid Rainforest
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Humidity is the amount of water vapor that is in the air. Water vapor is the gas state of water. Humidity comes from water evaporating

Dinosaur fossil
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Dinosaur Discoveries

We know a lot about dinosaurs, but recently there have been more dinosaur discoveries, including entirely new species! We keep learning more as we unearth

AI generated fantasy forest
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A.I. Made Art

A.I. or ‘Artificial Intelligence’ is when computers do things that are more normally done with human intelligence. A computer system that is able to do

colorful nebula
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Exoplanet Discoveries

An exoplanet is any planet that is outside our solar system. According to NASA, there are currently over 5,000 confirmed exoplanets and that amount continues

Tardigrade floating in water
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Is your kid interested in living creatures? Do they spend time examining things closely? Here is an introduction to an interesting micro-animal you can share

Square crystals on black background
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Fun Facts About Crystals

A solid figure that is made up of a repeating pattern of geometric shapes is known as a crystal. Crystals form when a liquid cools

Blowing glass
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Glass is all around us. It’s in our windows and in our oven doors. It’s in your refrigerator- holding juice, jam or maybe pickles. Even