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NOVA Education offers science educators a starting point for lesson plans and scientific activities. The Hot Science section provides a multitude of activities that teachers can incorporate into their science curriculum. Topics include animals, the human body, ancient cultures, space, earth, physics, and an odds and ends compendium. Lesson Ideas and Teacher's Exchange allow teachers to share concepts and lesson plans.
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Date Metadata Instance was created September 26, 2003 by Kyle Whipple
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