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Exploring Nature Science Education Resource:

Life Science, Earth Science, and Physical Science Resources for K-12

Adding Student Projects to the Database

Publishing Student Work
<p>Adding Student Projects to the Database</p>

Exploring Nature welcomes student research to be displayed here for other schools nationally to observe, learn from, and use as a model in their own programs.

To add your students' work, please develop it as you would a science project with: project title, age of students, materials used, projects goals and/or questions to be answered, procedures, results, conclusions and comments.

Graphs, charts and any graphics can be submitted as jpegs (72dpi). Each should have a caption explaining what they represent. We cannot post excel files. Lists of data must be submitted as text lists in a word file.

Submit these components to Exploring Nature via email to: We will communicate with you about posting the work, if we need further explanations, clarification, art resent, etc.

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