volume one, issue eight
Once again, a year draws to its close as we celebrate the rich traditions of this season. Perhaps this edition of "inQuiry Almanack" may help fill the hours of an afternoon or two, taking you on an expedition to the top of the world, or on a visit to Fairland Elementary School. If you're having trouble concentrating, try our puzzle and five favorite websites. They may help keep you focused instead of letting your mind wander.
Amy, our resident scientist, has barricaded herself in her science lab, so she can't "amaze" you this month. However, she has done her "year in review" and highlighted some of her most amazing activities.
Hopefully, 1995 has been an event-filled, educational year for you. It has been for "inQuiry Almanack." We're looking forward to bringing you new and exciting educational support activities throughout the year to come. See you in '96!
The North Pole - For obvious reasons, many people find themselves daydreaming about the North Pole in December. Satisfy your curiosity by making an online expedition to the top of the world.
Visit our five favorite online sites. Most are educational, some are whimsical, all are fun.
Identify the object in disguise.
Take a look at the online school of the month: Fairland Elementary School.
Amy has locked herself in her lab and won't come out. Find out why.
Keep up with the latest science happenings.
What's New online at The Franklin Institute?
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