For June 1, 2006: The Sci4Kids USDA government site is a series of stories for students ages 8-13. Learn how satellites determine where cows Moo-ve (roam) and why that is important, how food might be grown in space, why we study frozen carbon dioxide, and what exactly a SEM photo is. Explore the concept of GPS (Global Positioning Software) by answering these questions: Can you really lose a beehive? Would GPS help find it? How potent is vinegar? Read all about organic farming and why you might want to keep vinegar on hand. Create a photo box of a mite, learn about lichens, and taste some insect delicacies. This is just a sampling of the myriad of information on Science for Kids.
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