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Math/Science Nucleus is a non-profit organization composed of scientists, educators, and community members focused on education and research. It provides a resource center designed to develop problem solving capacity through science for the world's children.  A free online reference science curriculum for elementary grades is provided including lesson plans. Additionally, online animated storybooks and slideshows guide educators in how to integrate science content into children's lives.
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Math/Science Nucleus. (2004). Retrieved June 14, 2024, from Math/Science Nucleus: https://www.msnucleus.org/
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Math/Science Nucleus. Math/Science Nucleus. Fremont: Math/Science Nucleus, 2004. https://www.msnucleus.org/ (accessed 14 June 2024).
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