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stemNRICH Picture of the Month

Age 11 to 18
Challenge Level

March 2012

Alison has just returned from a short holiday in the Netherlands.  What STEM can you see in these photos she took of clocks?

It doesn't matter if you're a student, a teacher, a parent, or anyone else, and it doesn't matter if your ideas seem simple.  This is just about getting us all looking at our environment through STEM eyes.

Clocks (photo copyright Alison Kiddle)

older clockmodern clock

You are welcome to use and share these photos for non-commercial purposes, as long as you credit Alison and link to her blog.

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