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More recently,she has been a 4-H leader and taught science to homeschool groups.Roberta is also an inveterate blogger and bibliophile.

Review Policy:  Roberta does accept books for review,particularly science and nature nonfiction for children.

You can reach her at  growingwithscience  at gmail (dot) com or contact her here:

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  1. Brooke

    I am a Mom and educator who is homeschooling my two children.We use the Growing with 必威体育Science Blog on a weekly basis as a large part of our science curriculum.The materials are diverse,accurate,well written and engaging for the children (and myself).Kudos to you on our favorite science web resource.

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  3. Susan Cahalane

    Hi Roberta,Just found your blog!I am a science teacher for children in grades PK - 4,I love all of your science info!Is there anyway to subscribe by email?I added your blog to my RSS Feed but I have over 1000 blogs on that feed & I'm afraid I'll miss your new posts!Thank you & have a great day!


  4. Roberta


    In case you didn't get my message:

    If you click on the orange RSS feed button in the right sidebar,under the box where it says "choose your reader" is a blue line that says "Get Growing With Science delivered by e-mail." If you click on that,it will pop up a box for you to add your e-mail.

    Thanks for stopping by.

  5. Roberta


    As it says in the post,it is a public domain illustration ofArabidopsis thalianaby Johann Georg Sturm from Wikimedia.Generally these old botanical drawings are in the public domain because the copyright runs out after a certain number of years.Good luck with your thesis.

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