For August 1, 2012: Choose an "ology" at Ology, the American Museum of Natural History's website for kids, and dive in to lots of hands-on science activities such as making space Jell-o, drawing a Monarch butterfly, and finding fossils. Meet experts in their fields who share interesting facts. Play a variety of games and solve puzzles. There are also book lists in each category for further reading. These are only a few examples of the science experiences awaiting elementary children. They will be busy for hours.
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