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What is the difference between weather and...
Learn about the difference between weather and climate then study a climate classification map and and analyze the...
Insect Mouth Parts
This is a series of classroom activities that teach students about the diversity of structure within the insect world and how those structures affect...
Canoes and Buoyant Force
This lesson introduces the concept of buoyant force and how the shape and weight of objects can influence their ability to float. Students will use...
Finding Phases of the Moon
This is a lesson on lunar phases that teaches students about planetary movements and how the relative positions of the Sun, the Earth, and the Moon...
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What's Underfoot in Montana?
Date Added: 12/22/2016
Soils are complex mixtures of minerals, water, air, organic matter, and countless organisms--the decaying remains of once-living things. There are different types of soil, each with its own set of characteristics. Dig down deep into any soil, and youâ€™ll see... View Details »
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About Science Montana
Montana is singular in its connection to science. The state's rare natural resources such as Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, massive free-flowing river systems and large fossil beds represent unique ecosystems that draw interest from visitors, students and scientists from around the world. While much of the world holds a fascination with Montana’s natural resources, Montanans themselves are often unaware of the amazing research happening in their backyard, on their backyard.