Spark scientific discovery at home

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Special tools and equipment aren’t necessary for discovering and fostering a love of science or conducting your own experiments. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Family Features Special to Valley News Science influences many aspects of daily life in countless ways. It also helps shape the development of life skills from an early age. As children learn to communicate, think critically, make predictions and form opinions based on their observations, they are developing science skills that will last a lifetime. Through its “Wonder of Science” initiative celebrating bringing innovation to kitchen tables for 100 years, Wonder bread is helping to support ongoing scientific learning for students across America. In partnership with http://AdoptAClassroom.org and Emily Calandrelli, an American science communicator, MIT engineer and co-executive producer and host of “Emily’s Wonder Lab” on Netflix, the bread manufacturer is donating $100,0
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