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    A list of review assignments are encouraged to be completed to keep minds sharp of complex science concepts we covered throughout 7th grade.

    I have included helpful websites with science activities and a collection of books with science topics as well for students who are intersted.

     I hope you take advantage of the oppportunity to stay sharp! 

These resources are provided to help you review some important science concepts.

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  • The Sassafras Science Adventures

    by Johnny Congo Year Published: 2012

    The Sassafras Science Adventures series chronicles the adventures of Blaine & Tracey Sassafras as they spend the summer learning all about science. The twins were supposed to spend the summer at Camp Zip-fire, but when they failed to pass their science class, their father made them go spend their vacation with their crazy Uncle Cecil instead. Uncle Cecil was a well-known research scientist, but the Sassafras twins only knew him as the eccentric uncle who could never keep their names straight. Blaine and Tracey thought they were in for the worst summer of their lives, but President Lincoln and Uncle Cecil had other plans in store... In this volume the twins (and you) will learn all about the amazing animals that can be found around the globe. Don’t miss a minute of their summer-long zip line journey with crazy Uncle Cecil!

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  • One Day in the Woods

    by Jean Craighead George Year Published: 1995 Facts of Life

    An intrepid explorer, young Rebecca ventures into the forest in search of an ovenbird, a warbler reputed to be the wizard of the woods. Readers follow Rebecca’s progress through the day discovering the secrets of the spring foliage and learning much about the temperate forest and its inhabitants.’ —BL.

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  • Handbook of Nature Study

    by Anna Botsford Comstock Year Published: 1986 handbook of nature study

    From the Back Cover

    'A matchless handbook for decades, this classic has been the natural history bible of countless teachers and others who seek information about their natural environment. Written originally for those elementary school teachers who knew little of common plants and animals, and even less about earth beneath their feel and the skies overhead, this book is for the most part as valid and helpful to day as it was when first written in 1911.
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