Squirrelly Science & Nuclear Reactors

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Resource:Squirrelly Science & Nuclear Reactors
Provider:Squirrels.org
Summary:Age Range: All (with parental guidance) A Maryland ClickScholar wrote, "It's early Spring and squirrels are going crazy doing their 'mating chase.' Here's a good website for learning more and watching some amazing squirrels in action."
Description:There's just something about the cuteness factor of squirrels that is irresistible and this site not only provides videos of squirrel antics but information about squirrel history, facts, trivia, and more.

When you get to the website you'll see a menu that includes:

*History Library - Read a brief history of the tree squirrel, including information on the three most common species.

*Family Tree - Get a list of all the squirrels on earth including their common and scientific names.

*Infant Care - Learn how to help or care for an orphaned squirrel.

*Builder's Corner - Get plans and instructions for building squirrel feeders and nesting boxes.

*Help Desk - Check out some of the most commonly asked questions about squirrels.

*Movie Clips-Watch some fascinating and funny video clips of squirrels. (I've provided the direct link in case you just can't wait to see those critters in action!)

You'll also find links to other squirrel related sites, squirrel facts and trivia, and a downloadable squirrel arcade game!

Enjoy!
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Orientation:General
Subjects:Animals
Teaching Methods:Online Interactive
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Ages:3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18
Grades:Pre-K,K,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12
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