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inQuiry Almanack
volume one, issue three

Take time, this month, to smell the flowers. Once again, it's May and Springtime thoughts turn to flowers. Be sure to explore this month's spotlight feature story. The beauty of nature is seen most powerfully in flowers.

Amy's back and you'll surely be "Quite a-MAY-zed" as she attempts to answer the age-old mystery of the egg in the bottle. Try it yourself. It's "egg-mazing."

May is a month for celebrating those who have gone before us. Memorial Day, observed on May 29, honors those who gave their lives for our country. Mother's Day, May 14, honors those who gave us life. Think of special ways to celebrate these special days.


Spotlighting...
May Flowers If April Showers bring May Flowers, what do May Flowers bring? Pilgrims, of course. This month, visit the Gardens of the Web.
Fistful of Favorites
Visit our five favorite online sites. Most are educational, some are whimsical, all are fun.
How Puzzling...
Our high-tech puzzle awaits. Remove the layers to reveal the object of the month.
Caught in The Web
Take a look at an online school that has learned the ways of the web.
Quite Amazing!
You'll be quite amazed as Amy performs some "Quite Amazing" experiments.
Science News
Keep up with the latest science happenings.
What's New?
Don't forget to visit the latest online stuff at The Franklin Institute.


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