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Why does a
species go extinct?

What’s at the
center of Earth?

What’s causing
climate change?

 

For over 15 years, OLogy has been recognized as a premiere site for science learning because it supports kids’ questions about the natural world.

Now you can use OLogy to support reading comprehension in your classroom. Through a partnership with ReadWorks, a leader in providing free research-based curriculum materials for educators, we have created dozens of OLogy articles and paired them with vocabulary lessons and formative assessments. These units cover Earth, life, and physical science content and are available for elementary through high school students.

Articles such as:

"Creatures of the Reef" (3rd grade)

"Wonderful World of Wasps” (5th grade)

"Paleontology: The Big Dig” (7th grade)

"Unearthing Pterosaurs" (11th-12th grade)

Explore them here:
2nd-12th Grade Reading Passages from the American Museum of Natural History on ReadWorks

 

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