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A water cycle simulation on Scratch? Yep. And it was created by 6th and 7th grade students in Venezuela. Read more on PlanetSEED.
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"Nature favors the right size for all. A giraffe is tall, a mouse is small, and each size offers its own advantages." 
Read more about "Rightness of Size" in our Connected Wisdom preview today! #SystemsThinking
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We are knee-deep in Road Safety Week.  What lessons can you pass onto the children in your community?
http://www.planetseed.com/blog/road-safety-matters-if-you-walk-cycle-or-drive
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What could be more beautiful than math? Show us your inspiration in this month's community challenge. You could win a prize!
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Today is Earth Day. What can you do with your students and children?
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The cold and choppy North Sea used to be a tropical paradise.
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Take a quick 10 second poll on PlanetSEED to test your knowledge of science and other hot topics!
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SEED makes science fun in classrooms around the world!

Since 1998, Schlumberger Excellence in Educational Development (SEED) has been bringing science activities to students and teachers around the world. SEED is a volunteer-based, nonprofit education program that focuses on underserved communities where Schlumberger people live and work.

Our online science center contains thousands of pages of articles, activities, labs, and journals, all of which are available for free in seven languages --Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. 

If you are teacher or student, or if you share our love of science and education, you can become a member of SEED's Science Community to connect with other participants, share your stories, participate in forums on interesting topics, and collaborate with others around the world.

We look forward to seeing you on PlanetSEED!