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The Great Scientific Cookie Caper

“There’s smoke pouring out of the oven!” Lucas yelled. 

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September 2017

Science Magic

These activiti es may seem magical, but science is what makes them work.

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September 2017

Meet A Scientist

Dr. Erin P. Riley is an anthropologist, a scientist who studies the ways that humans, apes, and monkeys live, act, and learn, both long ago and now. Lately, she’s been studying monkeys called moor macaques on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia. Here’s what she told Click about her work.

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September 2017

Lost Ladybugs?

All around North America, kids and adults are looking for ladybugs. When they find a ladybug, they take its picture. Then they send the picture to scientists. Why? For the Lost Ladybug Project.

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September 2017

Ben, The Bubble Scientist

Ben loved bubbles.

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September 2017

Waiting For The Sun To Disappear

Jeff pushed his nose against the window, waiting for his cousin Liz to arrive.

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July/August 2017

What's An Eclipse?

Eclipses occur because the moon and Earth are always moving. Earth orbits, or goes around, the sun. And at the same time, the moon orbits Earth.

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July/August 2017

Reaching For The Moon

The name my parents gave me was Edwin Eugene Aldrin Jr., but the name my sister gave me was the one that would stay with me all my life. She could not manage to say brother, only “Buzzer.” Later that got shortened to “Buzz,” and no one ever called me anything else.

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July/August 2017

Night And Day

When the side of Earth where you live faces the sun, you have daylight, and the other side of the world is in darkness, or night.

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July/August 2017

Hello, Sunshine!

It’s me! The sun. I’m up here in the sky. But don’t look right at me.

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July/August 2017

With Love

The keepers at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya in East Africa have a very special job. They take care of orphaned baby elephants. How do you do that?

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May/June 2017

Turtle Rescue

At first, Stella thought the turtle was a seashell. Small and round, no bigger than Stella’s ear, the tiny turtle lay motionless in the sand.

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May/June 2017

Our Very Own Dog

A dog came to live with us when I was four.

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May/June 2017

Helping Pandas

Giant pandas once roamed throughout the bamboo forests of China.

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May/June 2017

Spring in My Backyard

Jade wakes up to a cool, foggy morning.

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April 2017

Butterfly With A Broken Wing

My sister Daphne and I were swinging in the backyard when we got the idea to fly like butterflies.

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March 2017

Pop's Bridge

My pop is building the Golden Gate Bridge.

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February 2017

Build It High, Long, Strong

A wooden plank across a small stream makes a fun bridge.

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February 2017

underwater explorer sylvia earle

as much as she can, sylvia earle lives underwater. in the 7,000 hours she’s spent under the sea, the scientist and explorer has heard humpback whales sing, become friends with fish, walked along the deep ocean floor, and discovered plants and animals no human had ever seen before.

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january 2017

one tiny turtle

far, far out to sea, land is only a memory, and empty sky touches the water. just beneath the surface is a tangle of weed and driftwood where tiny creatures cling. this is the nursery of a sea turtle.

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january 2017

Jacko's Special Day

My name is Jacko, and this is the story of my most special day ever.

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November/December 2016

Airplane Acrobat

Can you roll like a log or somersault on the ground? Some planes can do those tricks—and more—in the air.

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November/December 2016