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YouTube Space Lab

Attention Science Fans! Are you ready to go into outer space? Well, I may not be able to help you with that, but the folks at YouTube might be able to at least send one of your science experiments into space. You can find more information here: Coming to a Universe Near You.


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The Khan Academy

Looking for a little review before your next big math test? Then look no further than The Khan Academy. Sal Khan, Bill Gates’ favorite teacher, has created a website where he shares nearly 2,000 videos he has made to share math reviews with students all over the world. Along with videos on basic mathematics, algebra, and calculus, you can also find tutorials for biology, chemistry, physics, as well as a wide variety of other subjects. Here’s a sample video from the website:

If you’re looking for a little extra help with math or science, I would highly recommend this site!


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Today’s Google Doodle

We love Google Doodles in seventh grade! You will each be creating your own Doodles at some point this year, so I’ll try to share a few of Google’s own Doodles with you so you get used to the idea.

Today’s Google home page is dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the Buckyball.

25th Anniversary of the Buckyball

I just had to share this one with all of my students who love science! The question is…do you know what a buckyball is? Check out this Wikipedia page.

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