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Happy Holidays!

November 24, 2020

December is a festive time of year. The month is full of holidays. Each has its own traditions. Do you celebrate any of these December holidays? Some people celebrate Hanukkah. This holiday is known as the Festival of Lights. It…

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New Year, Old Traditions

November 24, 2020

The New Year is celebrated all around the world. Here are some New Year traditions. Into the Sea Running into the ocean is a New Year’s Day tradition in the Netherlands and Canada. A Sweet Start In Germany, it is…

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Science

Wet and Dry

November 24, 2020

There is a big difference between a rainforest and a desert. Water! Water makes a rainforest wet and green. But a desert gets very little water. That is why it is dry. Read on to compare these two habitats. The…

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Animals

Arctic Life

November 24, 2020

The Arctic is one of the coldest habitats on Earth. Animals there have thick fur. Some have a layer of fat to keep them warm. Here’s how Arctic animals survive. Furry animals make the most of their coats. The Arctic…

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Biden Wins

November 9, 2020

Joe Biden has won the 2020 presidential election. He is a former vice president of the United States. He will become the 46th U.S. president. Election Day was November 3. Four days later, the Associated Press made an announcement. Joe…

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United States

A Big Election

November 4, 2020

People voted for president on November 3. They also voted for members of Congress. There are two main candidates running for president. They are President Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden. So far, there is no winner in…

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Breaking Bread

October 15, 2020

Bread is a food made from flour and water. People have been eating bread for thousands of years. Different cultures make their own types of bread. Take a bread tour of the world. Pumpernickel is from Germany. This bread is…

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How to Make Tortillas

October 15, 2020

A tortilla is a type of flatbread. Tortillas are an important part of Mexican food. Check out how a corn tortilla is made. Start with corn flour and water. Corn flour is ground corn. Make dough. Mix the…

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Science

All About Energy

October 15, 2020

Energy makes things work, grow, and move. It is passed from one person or thing to another. Energy can come from many different places. Ready to power up? Read on to learn more about energy. Move It to Use It …

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Technology

Let's Go Solar!

October 15, 2020

Have you noticed solar panels on top of a building? They use the sun’s energy. They turn it into electricity that people can use. Take a look! 1. Sunlight hits the solar panels. 2. The panels have tiny…

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Arts

In the Orchestra

October 15, 2020

An orchestra is a big group of people who play music together. It is led by a conductor. He or she helps the musicians create music. Read on to learn more about the instruments in the orchestra. Find out how…

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Violin in the Spotlight

October 15, 2020

The violin is a stringed instrument. It is the smallest instrument in the string family. Learn about the parts of a violin. 1. Neck A player holds the violin by the neck. He or she presses the strings in different…

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Animals

Animal Defenses

October 15, 2020

Animals have clever defenses. These defenses protect them from attackers. The attackers are called predators. Let’s find out how animals keep themselves safe from predators. What’s That Smell? Skunks have a stinky secret. They spray a bad odor. It keeps…

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Animals

Animal Colors

October 15, 2020

Animals are colorful creatures. Often, an animal’s coloring helps it stay alive. Take a look! These baby birds have bright red mouths. The flash of color tells the parents, “I am hungry!” Look at this lizard’s blue tongue. The color…

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