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  • In “Batter Up,” learn about how engineers designed a test to determine baseball bat breakage rates for different types of…

    Batter Up: Investigating What Type of Wood Makes the Best Baseball Bat

  • Put your feet up in the dugout and flip through “Batter Up!,” the final edition in the Time Warp Series.…

    Batter Up! (Time Warp Monograph Series) – Vol. 1 No. 17

  • After reading the Citizen Science edition of Natural Inquirer, test your knowledge with a crossword puzzle.

    Crossword – Citizen Science

  • The scientists in this study were interested in environmental changes occuring in the Southern United States. The scientists were interested…

    Everything but the Carbon Sink: Carbon Storage in the Southern United States

  • In this FACTivity, you will create an illustration model of your schoolyard’s ecosystem. The question you will answer in this…

    FACTivity – At Your Service

  • The question you will answer in this FACTivity is: How much fresh water do you use during a typical day…

    FACTivity – Do What You Water

  • The question you will answer in this FACTivity is: How much fresh water do you use during a typical day…

    FACTivity – Do What You Water (Spanish)

  • The question you will answer in this FACTivity is: How does being in the shade affect how hot you feel?

    FACTivity – Made in the Shade

  • The question you will answer in this FACTivity is: How does being in the shade affect how hot you feel?

    FACTivity – Made in the Shade (Spanish)

  • The question you will answer by doing this FACTivity is: What is the status and probable future of a current…

    FACTivity – One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish–No Fish?

  • The question you will answer by doing this FACTivity is: What is the status and probable future of a current…

    FACTivity – One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish–No Fish? (Spanish)

  • The question you will answer with this FACTivity is: According to your own research, do your findings support the findings…

    FACTivity – Yard Sale!