Check out how one school is using the Kinetic City website to engage students in learning science. Though the after-school program is intended for students in grades 3-5, the program speaks to the need to strengthen the ways in which we teach science to students in all grades. In addition to checking out how this one school is using the Kinetic City website, click on the link in the article to access the Kinetic City site. Post your comments about what you think of the school program as well as the website. While reading the article, note also the link to the Benchmarks for Science Literacy. You might click on that link for further details. We look forward to your comments.
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