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inQuiry Almanack
volume one, issue four

Summertime! Summertime! Sum-sum-summertime!

This issue of "inQuiry Almanack" is designed specifically to help you survive those last few exciting days of the school year. Take the "Spotlight" journey and transport yourself to some of the most beautiful places on the planet. Visit Long Branch Elementary School, our online school of the month. Entertain yourself with our monthly puzzle. Visit our "Fistful of Favorites" Web pages. Take a look at "What's New" at The Franklin Institute. Do whatever it takes.

We'll be back in August to help you get ready for the first few crazy days of the new school year...but let's not rush things.

Have a great summer!


Spotlighting...
Get away from your computer! Get outdoors! Summer is the perfect time for exploring the scenic beauty of North America. Journey online to some of the most magnificent places on Earth.
Fistful of Favorites
Visit our five favorite online sites. We've selected sites that will make you start thinking of summer vacations.
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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