Happy St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Don’t miss my “leprechaun free” holiday ideas.
Take the Pi in the Sky Challenge
NASA celebrated Pi Day in true form with some incredible math challenges using pi to do rocket science. Challenges include calculating a dust storm on mars, cloud computing, spotting storms, and discovering exoplanets. Take the challenge!
Albert Einstein’s Birthday
Albert Einstein (March 14, 1879–April 18, 1955) is celebrated as “the quintessential modern genius” and his groundbreaking discoveries have changed the course of science, but he was also a man of enormous and thus inescapably fallible humanity, whose confusion and conflictedness were inseparable from his genius.
MasterClass on Space Exploration
This new MasterClass on Space Exploration by Chris Hadfield keeps popping up in my Facebook feed. It looks incredible for those who are scientifically minded. Learn about true space exploration from someone who lived it.
Impossible things happen. At age nine, Chris Hadfield knew he wanted to go to space. He eventually went there three times, becoming a commander of the International Space Station. In his MasterClass, Chris teaches you what it takes to explore space and what the future holds for humans in the final frontier. Learn about the science of space travel, life as an astronaut, and how flying in space will forever change the way you think about living on Earth.
Going on my very long list of classes to take some day. Learn more.
Take a St. Patrick’s Day Quiz
Test your St. Patrick’s Day knowledge with this quiz from National Geographic. Play now!
Spring makes a comeback on Wednesday. Enjoy the beautiful spring flowers as you use spelling skills in this spring word search. Skip on over to Education.com where you will find more resources like this.
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