Here at JMT, we are busy wrapping up 2014 with holiday parties, concerts, and more. The STEM lab has been full of classes making crystal snowflakes to use as ornaments or suncatchers. I’m getting ready to leave on my holiday travels this evening after work. While I know I’m supposed to relax over the hols, I know it’s much more likely that I’ll get sucked into making new STEM lessons while I have the time. Ah well! In the meantime, I came across these FANTASTIC snowflake templates of famous scientists on my Twitter feed. I plan to decorate the STEM lab with Einstein, Curie, and Schrödinger snowflakes for the new year. Check them out and make your own! See you all next year.
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