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Winter Walk

January 14, 2011 Even after the Christmas season, it is still possible to walk in a “Winter Wonderland.” The soft, fluffy, new snow is almost impossible to resis. more »»

Pre-Christmas Sky Show

December 3, 2010 Early in the morning of Dec. 21 here in the Ohio Valley, we will witness one of the most spectacular nighttime sky events, a total eclipse of the Moon, often called a total lunar eclipse. more »»

Wishbone Tells a Story

November 5, 2010 At Thanksgiving many families enjoy a turkey dinner together. more »»

Apple Surprises

October 5, 2010 Apples are a favorite fall food. Fresh, crisp apples taste so delicious as a snack or as part of a healthy lunch. more »»

Jupiter: King of the Planets

September 3, 2010 When Galileo looked to the sky with his telescope in 1609 he saw the “king of the planets,” Jupiter. Though it shines in the nighttime sky, it is not a star, but a distant world. more »»

Over the Rainbow

April 5, 2010 Springtime brings April showers and then May flowers. During April showers you can sometimes see a glimpse of one of nature’s most beautiful sights—a multicolored rainbow. more »»

March of the Dinosaurs

March 8, 2010 There is a saying that March may “come in like a lion and go out like a lam. more »»

Food for Thought ... and Play

January 14, 2010 Plants and other organisms that contain chlorophyll are able to make their own food. Humans and other animals cannot make their own food and must eat food in order to grow and live. more »»

O, Christmas Tree!

December 3, 2009 “O Christmas tree! O Christmas tree — Thy leaves are so unchanging; Not only green when summer’s here, But also when ’tis cold and drear. ... more »»

Mirror Math

November 4, 2009 Birthdays are special days to celebrate. more »»

Who's Migrating?

October 2, 2009 In a recent gathering of science students at the SMARTCenter, there was some discussion of the changes coming as season of summer gives way to fall and then winter. more »»

Three Rs for Back to School: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

September 4, 2009 Back-to-school time is always exciting. You will probably have a new teacher, new classroom, new clothes, new school stuff and maybe even new friends. more »»

Family Traits Passed Down Through Generations

July 1, 2009 Do you look like your brothers and sisters? Does anyone ever say to you “Wow! You look just like your dad did when he was your age!” Though some of us look more like our parents than others do, we... more »»

Take a Solar System Planet Walk

May 6, 2009 Where is the farthest you have ever traveled? Have you been to Disney World in Florida? Maybe you have visited another country such as Mexico or Canada. more »»

Alien Species Invading the Ohio Valley

April 6, 2009 Aliens are among us right now. more »»

An Egg-cellent Greenhouse

March 4, 2009 We are getting closer and closer to spring when the sun comes up earlier, days become warmer, and farmers and gardeners get excited about what they will be planting soon. more »»

Adventures on Ice

January 8, 2009 If the weather outside is “frightful,” you and your family can still have some winter fu. more »»

Make Crystal Snowflakes

December 3, 2008 Do you enjoy snow? Do you sometimes wish it would last longer? Snowflakes have become a symbol of winter and a decoration for Christma. more »»



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