FREE FOR ALL
As this school year draws to a close, we congratulate you on a job well done, and we hope you enjoy your summer! We send you this Free for All issue in the summer, so you can point and click to access the following resources and start planning for next year. It will be here before you know it. For the last five years, the editors of Science Class have produced the Free for All issue to share with you—our readers—the amazing array of free materials and resources available.
Free for All from NSTA
NSTA offers many resources and services at no charge; some are available only to NSTA members, but many are available to all. To read about what NSTA has to offer, visit http://science.nsta.org/enewsletter/2007-06/elementary.htm.
Free for All from the U.S. Government
Various government agencies offer free programs, resources, lesson plans, and more. To find out what's new from the U.S. government, visit http://science.nsta.org/enewsletter/2007-06/books_elementary.htm.
Free for All for Teachers of Science
Visit http://science.nsta.org/enewsletter/2007-06/news_stories_elementary.htm to find free resources and services can help you develop your teaching strategies for next year.
Science Class a Finalist for Best E-Zine Award
The Association of Education Publishers has announced finalists in its 2007 Distinguished Achievement Awards program. In light of the high level of competition for these awards, being a finalist is a worthy achievement. Winners will be announced in June.
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