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ExploraVision

Designed for K–12 students of all interest, skill and ability levels, ExploraVision encourages kids to create and explore a vision of future technology by combining their imaginations with the tools of science. All inventions and innovations result from creative thinking and problem solving.

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Figure This

Math challenges for families, in both English and Spanish.

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Girl Start

“Empowering girls in math, science, and technology.” Features include news and events, programs, volunteer opportunities, and an activities section just for girls.

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Multiplication.com

 Forget flashcards!  Multiplicaton.com gives kids numerous games to practice their multiplication facts.  Great for at school practice or homework time.  Free online.

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The Discovery Channel Young Scientist Challenge

The only science contest of its kind for students in grade 5 through 8 fostering the exploration, understanding and communication of science among America's youth.

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Tips for Parents: Algebra

Discover why introducing algebra in earlier grades makes good sense.

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Tips for Parents: Math

Why it's important to show enthusiasm for math and tips for helping your child succeed.

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Tips for Parents: Schools and Science

Learn the importance of science in your child's education and get tips to make sure your school's science department makes the grade.

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Tips for Parents: Science

Discover why science is so important and ways to encourage your kids to study it.

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Video: Algebra--Earlier

Why algebra should be introduced much earlier.

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Video: Curing Our Science Phobia

Find out how to use your home and yard as a science laboratory.

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Video: Geometry-Not Just for High School

Why children learn geometry most effectively when it is part of their daily lives.

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Video: Schools and Science

Tips to make sure science education gets the attention it deserves.

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