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Talking about Earth Overshoot Day with your students is a good way to explore topics such as sustainability, ecological footprints and our impact on the Earth and carbon emissions and carbon footprints.
Science Journal for Kids is a nonprofit organization dedicated to making science accessible for all K-12 students. We provide free resources to increase science literacy in classrooms, ensuring educators and students have access to the latest scientific research and findings. Hear from other educators and students about how and why they use adapted research articles and accompanying resources.
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Over 20% of school-aged children speak a language other than English at home; yet few STEM resources incorporate ELLs’ home language. Science Journal for Kids is working to bridge the language gap. Our team of translators collaborates directly with the authors to produce accurate texts, vocabulary words, comprehension questions, graphs, and images in 17 languages.
Rediscover life’s complex evolution using paleoscience! These five middle and high school adaptations introduce students to recent scientific findings and their implications for present-day organisms. Traverse through the human genome, map species range shifts, and uncover mummies’ microbiome with these featured teen-friendly activities. Use standards-matched adaptations, introductory video content, comprehension questions, and vocabulary to further your lesson outcomes. View the full collection here, or scroll down to learn about the featured articles.
What happens when scientists change organisms’ biological instructions? These 6 middle and high school-level articles illustrate the potential of genetic engineering.
Use this interactive map to choose articles by country or search for specific states using the map’s search bar in the upper left-hand corner. Select from over 200 articles, 7 continents, and 17 languages.
We recommend nine adapted articles to cover each of the nine AP Environmental Science units.
An extensive hands-on lesson on natural selection for middle- and high-school science students.
Science articles from California for middle and high school students. Various scientific fields and topics – from biodiversity to social science.
Our scientific articles now available as audio versions for students with reading difficulties or visual impairment.