Front Cover Seek-and-Find
In this Picture: Find an atom, a light bulb, Saturn, a New Year’s Day hat, MLK DAY, a magnet, 2015, a magnifying glass, a test tube and a spaceship. Click to SEARCH.
Story of a Shoe
Main Feature “Wearing shoes makes a lot of activities possible! Shoes let you play on the playground, ride your bike or walk to your favorite store. Click to READ MORE.
Father of Video Game Dies
News Highlights MANCHESTER, N.H.—Long before PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Wii, his Brown Box machine with its fake wood grain finish would REVOLUTIONIZE how people young and old would play. Click to READ MORE.
NASA Says Martian Lakes Could Have Supported Life
News Highlights Imagine hurtling through space for 350,000,000 miles just to land in another planet’s ginormous, dusty crater. Click to READ MORE.
Was It a Meteor or Meteorite?
Young Reporter Story Was Meteor Crater formed by a meteor or meteorite? You decide. Click to READ MORE.
One-of-a-Kind Tucson Rodeo Is Back!
Young Reporter Story Pull on your cowboy boots and wave your cowboy hats. Tucson’s rip roarin’, rootin’ tootin’, roping, riding RODEO is back! Click to READ MORE.
Aurora Borealis Offers Light Show in the Sky
World Spotlight The Northern Lights are also known as the Aurora Borealis. Click to READ MORE.
Trilobites: Arizona’s First Inhabitants!
Scientastic Trilobites were among the first arthropods, a phylum (classification) of animals that have multiple segments and jointed legs. Click to READ MORE.
Sustainability at Goodwill Arizona
Science Scoop! There are people who make the world a better place by what they do for others, and John Heeley is one of those people. Click to FIND OUT.
Wildlife Conservation Is a Priority!
Wildlife World “The purpose of a zoological park is to educate people in a way that’s fun,” says TV wildlife star Jack Hanna. Click to READ MORE.
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