Science Trek is an integrated Web and broadcast project designed to introduce a rich variety of science topics to elementary-age schoolchildren. Students submit their video or e-mail questions to be answered by science experts on a new topic each month during the school year.Visit Science Trek Website
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How do meteorologist predict the weather? Find out in this Science Trek episode.
Find out how simple machines makes work easier on this Science Trek.
Your muscles give your body shape and movement. Find out more about the muscular system.
Trees are the oldest, tallest and heaviest things on Earth. How do they grow and survive?
Learn how salmon find their way home & why some salmon are pink.
Why is Mars more like Earth than any other planet in the solar system? Find out on Scienc
Bees are essential for life on earth. Learn more about these fascinating creatures.
Light is the most important form of energy on earth. Find out more about light and color.
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Find out about fog and tornados on this Science Trek: The Web Show.
Find out how simple machines impact your daily life on this Science Trek: The Web Show.
Find out more about muscles on this Science Trek: The Web Show.
Find out why trees are so important to our environment on this Science Trek: The Web Show.
Find out how many kinds of salmon there are & more on this Science Trek: The Web Show.
Why is Mars red? Find out on this Science Trek: The Web Show.
For how long can a bee fly? Find out this and more on the D4K Web Only all about bees.
What is light? What is color? Find out on this D4K Web Only.
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