Bringing a perfect blend of energy and scientific knowledge, the Untamed Science team bring concepts from the textbook into the wild! This exciting new video team will have one video per chapter that will take concepts from the Chapter Mystery and further explore those concepts out in the field. One 3-5 minute segment per chapter will engage students and bring a sense of adventure to the classroom. Never stop exploring your world with Untamed Science!
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