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Tree Stump Removal - Get rid of tree stumps by drilling holes in the stump and filling them with 100% Epsom salt. Follow with water, and wait. Live stumps may take as long as a month to decay, and start to decompose all by themselves.

Tree Stump Removal - Get rid of tree stumps by drilling holes in the stump and filling them with 100% Epsom salt. Follow with water, and wait. Live stumps may take as long as a month to decay, and start to decompose all by themselves.

Science Fun for Kids - lots of fun hands on science experiments for kids to explore the world around them. Great for preschool, kindergarten and homeschool elementary kids.

Science Fun for Kids - lots of fun hands on science experiments for kids to explore the world around them. Great for preschool, kindergarten and homeschool elementary kids.

Looking for ideas to help your teen students learn the job readiness skills they really need to succeed in life after school? Check out this latest article!

Looking for ideas to help your teen students learn the job readiness skills they really need to succeed in life after school? Check out this latest article!

Be sure and visit our "What is the Difference between Weathering and Erosion?" post after you read this "Erosion vs Weathering ~ Awesome Science STEM Activities" post because they go hand-in-hand.

Be sure and visit our "What is the Difference between Weathering and Erosion?" post after you read this "Erosion vs Weathering ~ Awesome Science STEM Activities" post because they go hand-in-hand.

A reader emailed SCM last week wondering how to handle six students who were wreaking havoc in his classroom. Every day they were disruptive. They were talkative and silly. They called out during lessons and made inappropriate comments. They played off one another and held little regard for his expectations. Most distressing, when he'd confront them or attempt to hold them accountable, they would become disrespectful. They would argue and complain. They would lie and deny. They would talk...

A reader emailed SCM last week wondering how to handle six students who were wreaking havoc in his classroom. Every day they were disruptive. They were talkative and silly. They called out during lessons and made inappropriate comments. They played off one another and held little regard for his expectations. Most distressing, when he'd confront them or attempt to hold them accountable, they would become disrespectful. They would argue and complain. They would lie and deny. They would talk...