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Let It Snow!

by Kim Moldofsky, The Maker Mom

With the exception of Jack Frost’s early appearance in Chicago, the weather has been unseasonably mild. But snow is already falling hard in some parts of our country. Snow is great fun for kids. As an adult with a long driveway to shovel, snow is less thrilling than it used to be. Yet, I still experience a certain excitement and a sense of wonder catching and examining individual white flakes. Read more

What's up with the Weather?

by Kim Moldofsky, The Maker Mom

On November 22, my fellow Chicagoans and I were digging out from a record-breaking November snowstorm. More than a foot of snow had accumulated in some parts of the metropolitan area. Just a few weeks later, we’re anticipating a balmy December weekend with expected temperatures in the 60s. What’s going on? In order to answer that, one needs to understand the weather. Read more

Computer Science Education Week

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Thanksgiving Science

by Kim Moldofsky, The Maker Mom

At home or in a classroom, these seasonal delights will leave you thankful for science! Read more

Meet the 3M Mentor, Part 2

by Kim Moldofsky, The Maker Mom

Last week I introduced you to Jeffrey Emslander, the 3M Mentor to America's Top Young Scientist, Hannah Herbst. Click back to read about what shaped him into the 3M scientist and inventor that he is now. Today Jeff is sharing his passion for mentoring peers and students. Read more

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