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Animals

Ready to Hatch

March 11, 2021

Many animals come from eggs. A female animal lays the eggs. After some time, a baby animal breaks out of the shell. Take a look. Most snakes come from eggs. Female snakes lay eggs on the ground. Some wrap…

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Science

A Frog's Life

March 11, 2021

1. Egg Female frogs lay eggs. Tadpoles hatch from these eggs. It takes one to three weeks for the eggs to hatch. 2. Tadpole A tadpole is born with a tail but no legs. The tadpole lives in…

History

On Board the Titanic

March 11, 2021

On April 10, 1912, the Titanic set sail on its first voyage. Many passengers were aboard the cruise ship. It was supposed to cross across the Atlantic Ocean. It set off from England to New York. Four days later,…

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History

In the Deep Sea

March 11, 2021

Scientists have found many artifacts from the Titanic deep in the ocean. Let’s take a look. Mug The White Star Line was the company that ran the Titanic. Vest People left everything behind when they got into the lifeboats. Playing…

Environment

Wet Weather

February 9, 2021

Clouds are made up of tiny water droplets and other particles. When the water droplets get heavy, they fall to the ground. This is called precipitation. There are different forms of precipitation. Look out! Some days are rainy. Rain…

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Environment

Common Clouds

February 9, 2021

Clouds come in many forms. They are named after their shape and how high in the sky they are. Get the scoop on four types of clouds. Thin and Feathery When it’s nice out, you might see cirrus clouds. They…

Media Literacy

This Just In!

February 9, 2021

It’s good to know what’s going on in the world and in your community. Reporters keep us informed. They gather the facts and write news stories. Here’s how a reporter gets the scoop. Reporters do research. Reporters read books and…

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Media Literacy

Meet a News Reporter

February 9, 2021

Being a reporter is a big job. Jasmine Aguilera is a news reporter for TIME magazine. She writes stories on many topics. One of them is immigration. That is the movement of people from one country to another. Here is…

Environment

Top to Bottom

February 9, 2021

Trees are an important part of life on Earth. They create the air we breathe. They give us shade and fruit. They are a home for animals. There are many types of trees. But all trees have the same parts.…

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Environment

From Season to Season

February 9, 2021

As seasons change, so do trees. They change as the weather does. Do you notice any of these changes in the trees near your home? Spring The weather warms. A tree awakens and grows buds. The buds will become…

Science

All About Stars

February 9, 2021

Look up at the night sky. If it is clear, you’ll see stars. You might see just one or two. Or you might see stars filling the sky. Let’s learn about them. Twinkle, Twinkle Stars are bright balls of hot…

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Science

Shapes in the Stars

February 9, 2021

A group of stars is called a constellation. The shape seems to form a picture. Here are four constellations. Have you seen them in the night sky?  Scorpius is one of the brightest constellations in the sky. It looks like…

Health

A Focus on Eyes

December 15, 2020

Eyes are like cameras. They see the world around us. They send images to the brain. Take a closer look to learn about our incredible eyes. Colorful Eyes Look in a mirror. What color are your eyes? Eyes can be…

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