Thursday, November 30, 2017

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Environmental and Science Education
In this New Yorker video kid inventors, ages 6-12, talk about their inventions and innovation.

These inventions are large and small, real-world problems that young inventors cared about and wanted to find a solution.

One of them is the Chemothera Pop. Take a look to find out what this is and how it helped a patient undergoing chemotherapy.

The advice is spot-on. It reminded me of advice found in Andrea Beaty's Rosie Revere, Engineer, The only true failure can come if you quit.

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