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Food for Thought

January 7, 2013 Many adults you know may make a New Year’s resolution to eat healthier this year than last year. Eating healthy is important to feel good and grow strong. more »»

Science in Toyland

December 3, 2012 What do you want for Christmas? This is easy to answer for most kids. Some sort of toy is almost always on the list. A toy is something you play with. A toy needs you to start it or keep it going. more »»

Turkey Talk

November 6, 2012 During the Thanksgiving and holiday season many people start looking forward to turkey dinners. People in North America have been eating turkey for a very long tim. more »»

Wink at the Moon

October 2, 2012 “One small step for (a) man, one giant leap for mankind.” Imagine those words spoken over 43 years ago. This simple phrase changed history. more »»

Learn Science as a Family

September 5, 2012 Did you know that school is not the only place we learn? Did you know that adults like your parents and grandparents can also be learners? As it turns out, we learn our entire lives and in a variety... more »»

End of the Rainbow

July 5, 2012 Most of the time when it rains we don’t see the most magnificent of sights — a rainbow. Recently, not one but two rainbows were seen after a brief rainstor. more »»

Witness Rare Transit of Venus

May 4, 2012 Every now and then a sky event occurs that is not just out of this world, but happens only once in a lifetime. more »»

Let’s Go Fly a Kite

April 5, 2012 One of the many signs of spring is being outside and enjoying the warm bloom-scented breezes after being closed up all winter in your house. more »»

Can You Believe Your Eyes?

March 2, 2012 You may have heard the saying “Seeing is believing.” We mean by this, that if you can see something, then you better believe that it is true. more »»

Light Up the Holiday

December 6, 2011 Everyone loves the lights of the holiday season. White, green, blue, red and other colors shimmer in the cold evening air. more »»

Fall Into Native Wildflowers

September 30, 2011 Each season brings beautiful plants to provide food for insects, birds and other animals. We also enjoy the color and fragrance of many different wildflowers. The fall season is no exception. more »»

Rise and Shine With Jupiter

September 8, 2011 It’s back to school time and while you are waiting for the school bus in the morning or getting ready for school, take a few moments to look up in the predawn sky. more »»

Take an Out-of-This-World Family Field Trip

July 7, 2011 We would like to invite you and your family to take a walk through our solar syste. more »»

Saturn: Lord of the Rings

May 3, 2011 Summer is a time for travel. Perhaps your family will travel to visit relatives or the beach or maybe go camping at one of the area park. more »»

Tremendous Trees

April 4, 2011 “I think that I shall never see a poem lovely as a tree” — from the poem “Trees” by Alfred Joyce Kilmer, 191. more »»

It's a Small Explorer's World

March 7, 2011 Scientists explore. Scientists discover. All young children are scientists as they find out about their world. more »»

Winter Walk

January 14, 2011 Even after the Christmas season, it is still possible to walk in a “Winter Wonderland.” The soft, fluffy, new snow is almost impossible to resis. more »»

Pre-Christmas Sky Show

December 3, 2010 Early in the morning of Dec. 21 here in the Ohio Valley, we will witness one of the most spectacular nighttime sky events, a total eclipse of the Moon, often called a total lunar eclipse. more »»

Wishbone Tells a Story

November 5, 2010 At Thanksgiving many families enjoy a turkey dinner together. more »»

Apple Surprises

October 5, 2010 Apples are a favorite fall food. Fresh, crisp apples taste so delicious as a snack or as part of a healthy lunch. more »»



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