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We now offer the Cool It! card game in our Science Store. Cool It! is the new card game from UCS that teaches kids about the choices we have when it comes to climate change.

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Space Sense
Order it Up: Solar System Edition
Junk in Space
Space Sense
Order it Up: Solar System Edition
Junk in Space
Jigsaw Puzzles
Adlib Stories
Make Your Own Alien
Mythology Hangman
People Coloring Book
Solar System Coloring Book
Solar Concentration
Sun-Earth Flipbooks
Spherical Analyzer
Ulysses Solar Word Search
Weather Crossword Puzzle

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Last modified October 6, 2010 by Julia Genyuk.

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