Playing makes us

We play to learn. Human beings play, animals play. Games set up situations in which there is something to solve. And we solve that ‘something’ by using our wits, our imagination. Playing trains us for intellectual challenges. Meaning, if we don’t play, we don’t learn. We’ve found an article published by nprEd that describes what

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Let’s Plasticate

(Crowd bloging experience by: Mayte RDV, Carme Serra, Raúl Escolano, Mercedes García, Elena RDV, Paco Pascual, Gonzalo López, Pedro Esparcia, Amaya Moyá, German Ponte and Pablo Saracho ) What’s that? Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s an Earth-sized Multicolored Plastic Super Ball! The world’s plastic materials have joined forces and are

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What have we found out about beeches?

Here at wodibow we find Mastodons inside beeches. And we’ve discovered that beeches (or Fagus) have a hard, heavy, resistant and uniform wood. Also, they’re traditionally used in carpentry, so their wood comes from sustainable forests and there is no risk of deforestation. For those who love etymology, Wikipedia tells us that Fagus is a

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