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classifying plants and animals game
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Patent It Now!

by Christina K.

Fun and educational way to learn how real patents are granted.
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Invent Now.

by Christina K.

Inspire your students through problem-solving exercises, exploration, creativity and the inventive process. At the same time engage them in learning about the intellectual property protections of patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. This site is run by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, The Advertising Council, and the National Inventors Hall of Fame Foundation, Inc. Professional development training for teachers is available through i-SAFE's i-LEARN Online video-based training modules. Just watch the Intellectual Property module, which includes an entire chapter about Patents and Trademarks.
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What is weather?

by Marissa Roberto

This is an interactive website where students can learn about the different things that make up weather: wind direction, wind force, precipitation, temperature, sunshine, visibility, clouds.
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Science Fair Resources

by Erick Naumann

Christine Mytko Science Fair Resources on the WEB
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