Recommended Reading

Monthly archive for July2013 - page 2

Recommended Reading

Science Story Time Book Collection A list of story time books compiled by the Science & Technology librarian at NYSCI that feature: science concepts illustrations that can be seen clearly by a group a narrative that encourages participation enjoyable to read Most of the books…

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Teacher Resources

The Science Technology Library offers educators access to our Teacher Resource collection. We provide 1,500+ items including lesson plans, activities, curriculum standards and much more. If you would like to recommend a website for science educators, please email the link to rreitz@nysci.org ENGAGE NY http://www.engageny.org/ New York…

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SciSpotlight

NYSCI’s home Tumblr blog, featured in Tumblr’s Science Spotlight list, includes the latest updates on events and topics based on science, technology and learning. GO TO BLOG

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Middle School to High School Workshops

Mineral Madness Grades 6 – 10 Mineral Investigations: Sharpen observation skills while learning about minerals and how they are classified. Sort through the many properties that make up the earthly materials that surround us. Workshop fees: $200 per workshop plus group admission fees. Maximum 32 students. Grade 7 –…

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Elementary to Middle School Workshops

Reflecting on Mirrors Grades 2 – 4 Mathematical Symmetry: Enter the realm of the looking glass. Experiment with light reflection and symmetry by predicting laser bounces. Assemble your own kaleidoscope or magic box. Workshop fees: $200 per workshop plus group admission fees. Maximum 32 students. Grade 3 –…

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Early Childhood & Early Elementary Workshops

Bubble Brainstorm — NEW! Grades Pre-K – 2 Properties of Matter, Observing, Experimenting and Tool Making: Engage science process skills (making predictions, conducting experiments, comparing, classifying and sharing findings) through exploring the properties of bubbles, discovering bubble sizes and colors, making your own bubble blowing tools… and blowing lots of bubbles!…

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