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Supporting Science Instruction

Our daily editions and archives feature Science content that can be used with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), as well as with state standards that cover the following categories:

News-O-Matic focuses on ecosystems, habitats, and biodiversity, as well as living organisms' behavior and life patterns. Series like Animals A-Z and Plants A-Z explore different species and highlight their characteristics

Life Sciences

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News-O-Matic analyzes the intricate details of the Earth's composition and its processes. The content delves into space technology and exploration, as well as agriculture and climate.The content delves into space science and exploration, as well as agriculture and climate.

Earth and Space Sciences

Physical Sciences

News-O-Matic introduces readers to the world of chemistry, talks about properties of matter and the sources of energy. Light, sound, force, and motion are also topics that are significantly highlighted.

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Engineering & Technology

The content provides in-depth and real-world examples of engineering practices in action. Most articles include observations, data collection, and analysis.

Standards Alignment to Craft Your Lessons

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Science Units: Effortless Lesson Building

News-O-Matic publishes text sets about scientific topics such as outer space, animals, climate, plants, technology, and more. We interview real scientists for our articles, often using questions generated by our readers

Science Content Series

News-O-Matic frequently publishes specific article series relating to science.  Some of our popular series include Animals A-Z, Plants A-Z, and Our Oceans.

Click on an icon to read an article within the series.

Animals A-Z
Plants A-Z
Our Oceans
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