Who was Neils Bohr? When was Robert Hooke born? Capture your students' attention with 366 days of physical science fun facts! Hang this colorful, fact-filled calendar in your classroom and spark some great science discussion! Informational calendar gathers a year of accomplishments-Nobel Prizes, births, and discoveries- that have had a dramatic impact on science history and civilization. Each month features a color photo portraying a beautiful science demonstration or image, and there is an interesting historical fact for every day of the month. Universal calendar can be used year after year.
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Flinn Catalog/Reference Manual Page 760
Flinn Middle School Catalog/Reference Manual Page 496