| Turn Back the Pages: Rene BoucheILLUSTRATION AGE

The above image is a poster for a 1974 exhibit of Rene Bouche’s artwork at the Parsons School of Design in New York City. Rene Bouche (1905-1963) was born Robert August Buchstein in Austro-Hungarian Prague. When he was 21 years old he studied art history at Munich University and in […]

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Three Ways to Make Science Fun

Science, like maths, is often misunderstood, and many school children believe that learning about science is boring compared to other, more artsy, subjects. However, it doesn’t have to be this way, as science comes in many different forms and disciplines, and it can be lots of fun to learn. But […]

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An Essential Way to Teach Science Projects

There are a lot of differences between the science and scientific. Science means it is a core set of toys, but the scientific means experiments with the science. If your student or children are unable to understand the experiment, the best solution is experiments with science kits. There are so […]

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