Limpets Sink Their Teeth In

SCIENCE Nature’s latest discovered supermaterial comes from a decidedly modest creature: A type of mollusk found on the rocky shores of western Europe. (Nat Geo News) Take a look at our coloring page to see where limpets live. Teachers, scroll down for a short list of key resources in our Teachers’ Toolkit. Discussion Ideas According to the Nat Geo News article, limpet teeth grow from … Continue reading Limpets Sink Their Teeth In

Why Children Need To Care About the Ocean

This blog is written by outdoors family blogger Laure Latham, as a part of the Geography Awareness blog-a-thon.  When I started thinking about GeoWeek’s blog-a-thon, I considered the meaning of geography. In simple words, geography is the science of places and the relationships between people and their environments. It’s the land, the water, the people and everything else around. Based on that definition, I needed to know why geography … Continue reading Why Children Need To Care About the Ocean