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Afterschool Activity Website

This Afterschool Activity Website has a collection of hands on and online activities that can be used in afterschool settings. This resource provides links to instructional digital videos, written instructions, background science, tips for educators, and links to digital library
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This Afterschool Activity Website has a collection of hands-on and online activities that can be used in afterschool settings. This resource provides links to instructional digital videos, written instructions, background science, tips for educators, and links to digital library resources for further investigation. Grade 3-8.

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