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  1. Brainstorming for scholarship

    Brainstorming can help you make a list of the possible topics and subject areas to write about. Consider the following questions and how they relate to the goals and interests of the scholarship sponsors.

    How will the scholarship help you achieve your goals and ambitions?
    What distinguishes you from others who may be enrolling for this scholarship?
    What do you hope to contribute to this field?
    Why did you choose this scholarship and what do you hope to achieve? ...
  2. Science Materials to Keep On-Hand

    In a home where science and earth-education are at the forefront of your program, it’s good to be ready to take advantage of spontaneous inquiry. Some folks call these “teachable moments”, or “child-led learning”; whatever you call it, you’ll want to be prepared to take advantage of your child’s natural curiosity. Keep a vast array of materials on-hand to supply your science read more of this post, please click here--and thanks for reading!
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