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Composition with Magnifying Glass - SDMA Composition #3 by Make Studio | Marty Coleman, via Flickr

Composition with Magnifying Glass - SDMA Composition

Grade 6 - Geology/Minerolgy - As a child nears 12 years old, changes typically begin to happen in the physical body. One of these changes is a hardening of the bones. The study of minerals and rocks becomes a reflection of one's own experience. Earth and Physical science become more of interest at this time. As part of this block, we grew crystals from a quality scientific kit.   During this same block, we also:      visited a museum with extensive geological and mineralogical exhibits…

Grade 6 - Geology/Minerolgy - As a child nears 12 years old, changes typically begin to happen in the physical body. One of these changes is a hardening of the bones. The study of minerals and rocks becomes a reflection of one's own experience.

Illustrations showing microscopic views of fish scales, namely a single scale (Fig. 1), and a detail further magnified (Fig. 2). Schem. XXI from Micrographia: or some physiological descriptions of minute bodies made by magnifying glasses with observations and Inquiries thereupon, by Robert Hooke (London, 1665).

Microscopic views of fish scales by Robert Hooke. The Royal Society Print Shop online art store

Magnifying Glass Theo van Doesburg http://tienda.museothyssen.org/en/lupa-van-doesburg.html

Designed exclusively for Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, inspired by Composition XX, by Theo van Doesburg. Magnifying glass with light

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