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A Lightning Bolt is 30,000 degrees F, 6 times hotter than the sun!

The human body is made up of 206 bones.

Granville PTA Science and Art Fair May 20,2008 6-8 pm

The Little Brown Bat can eat 1000 mosquitos in 1 hour.

The Giant Squid's eye is almost 16 inches wide.

A Swiss man studied the way burrs attached to his clothing and used this info to invent Velcro.

A piece of paper can not be folded in half more than 7 times -try it!

If you tried to drive to the sun in your car at 55 miles per hour - it would take almost 200 years.

A house fly lives only for two weeks.

It's impossible to sneeze with your eyes open - try it.

A bat's leg bones are so thin, that no bat can walk.

A cat has 32 muscles in each ear.

About 40,000 dead skin cells fall from your body each minute.

Lobsters have blue blood.

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Welcome Visitors!

Welcome to Children's Science and Discovery serving the North Country of New York State. We offer a variety of enrichment programs with an emphasis on science and technology to children in grade levels K-6. All programs are interactive where children discover and learn through "hands-on" interaction.

We invite educators, scout leaders, and parents to explore our program offerings. We look forward to visiting with you and having a great time.

Hey Kids!  - Check out Kids Stuff on the menu above.

Visit for Photos of Mercury

A close-up view of Mercury by the Messenger spacecraft shows details in a region of the planet that had never been seen before. The impact crater at lower right is fairly fresh, surrounded by "rays" of material blasted out by the collision. The crater is about 15 miles (25 km) in diameter. A pair of older, overlapping craters is at top right. Messenger took this picture during a close flyby of Mercury on January 14. [NASA/JHU APL/CIW]

Visit Star Date
Chickadee - "Little Winter Machine"

Chickadees have evolved a unique way to save energy and cope with cold weather.

Visit E-Nature for more facts about nature.

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181 Beecher Rd.
Granville, NY 12832