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Past Winners: Where are they now?

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Seasonal Allergies are Nothing to Sneeze at

by Kim Moldofsky, The Maker Mom

On a recent spring walk with my dog, Tesla, we passed budding trees, fragrant lilac bushes, and lush lawns carpeted in dandelions. As much as we both enjoyed the sights and sounds of the neighborhood, my nose was stuffy and my eyes were red and itchy from seasonal allergies. Allergies cast a long, dark shadow on an otherwise bright, hopeful time of year. Read more

Think Green

by Kim Moldofsky, The Maker Mom

The other day I watched a teacher play with bright, colorful loops of fabric that he had stapled to a circular board. Curious, I approached him to learn more about his unusual project. Like a seasoned STEAM (STEM+Arts) professional, he replied without missing a beat, “I’m making a Truffula tree.”  Read more

Your Students Can't Win if They Don't Enter

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Science that Sticks

by Kim Moldofsky, The Maker Mom

I was a bit alarmed when I heard that “gecko feet” were included on the recent resupply mission to the International Space Station. Thankfully the gecko feet in question were not the latest good-luck charm or trend in fuzzy slippers, but a nickname for a potentially useful material. Read more

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