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The New Thinkfinity Community

Bonnie Bracey Sutton Teacher Agent of Change, Power of US Foundation

The New Science NetLinks is Here!
modified by Sarah Ingraffea in All About Science - View the full blog post

The new and improved Science NetLinks has launched with an updated look and expanded resources. Science NetLinks is still the place to find quality science and engineering resources for the classroom including lesson plans, interactives, and podcasts, but, with a new search tool and enhanced navigation, finding resources just got easier. We encourage you to click around the site and explore the new resources, including the Science News area for current science events, blog posts and community discussions.

Are you wondering what is available for students? Science NetLinks has always had resources that are student-ready (esheets, student sheets) but we've updated our Tools and Science Updates to be kid-friendly so that students have improved access to interactives and podcasts.

Be sure to stay connected with the new Science NetLinks through Facebook, Twitter, the newsletter, or at our Thinkfinity science community and let us know what you think about our resources by using the teachers tips, thumbs up or share features which are found on all our resources.

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