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Zoomy Digital Microscope, a 2011 Golden Apple Award winner

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What does STEM mean to you?

How science, technology, engineering, and math toys can help your child grow.

Is it alive?

Can that bike move by itself? In this science worksheet, your child identifies which things can move by themselves and learns that when things are alive, they can move on their own.

Feed me!

Living things need food! In this science worksheet, your child identifies all the pictures of the living things that are eating food.

Find the baby!

Can you spot the baby? In this science worksheet, your child will draw a line connecting each animal to its baby.

Growing

All living things grow. In this science worksheet, your child will choose the images that depict a living thing growing.

Eyes are great!

Many living things have eyes. In this science worksheet, your child will draw the missing eyes on each animal.

Getting nosy

Many living things have a nose. In this science worksheet, your child will connect each animal to its nose.

Funny ears

Many living things have ears — but in this science worksheet these animals have the wrong ones! Can your child connect each animal to its correct pair of ears?

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