New Season of SciGirls Begins in April



Disclosure:  I received samples to facilitate my review.  This is my honest opinion only.  You may have a different outcome.

The PBS show, SciGirls, will be airing new shows for it's third season each week beginning in April.  The 30 minute show encourages young girls to get interested in science, math, engineering, and technology.  You will also be able to watch the shows online, play games, and interact with other members beginning on April 15th.


For those who have never heard of the show, here is a rundown...
Citizen science is the hottest new STEM frontier that engages the general public and kids in real science. Scientists worldwide invite ordinary people - like the SciGirls - to observe and record data about everything from birds to beaches, monarch butterflies to maple trees. The data is then shared with scientists, who use it to generate new scientific knowledge.

In six exciting new episodes, middle school girls and their female STEM professional mentors hit the great outdoors, cataloging frog calls, tracking the changing seasons, verifying satellite imagery of clouds, monitoring fragile butterfly populations, improving urban bird habitats, and advocating for healthy oceans. In addition, animated characters Izzie and Jake are back and finding themselves in sticky situations that can only be solved by STEM and the SciGirls. When the SciGirls share their data with professional scientists, they save the day for Izzie and Jake and help save the environment!



You can find out more by visiting the website at pbskids.org/scigirls.  I loved science, but always hated math...

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