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Egyptian Mummies

October 14, 2022

Have you heard of mummies? In ancient Egypt, kings and wealthy people were made into mummies after they died. Read on to learn more about mummies. Mummies were wrapped up tight. The body was dried with salt. Then…

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A Historic Discovery

October 13, 2022

Ancient Egypt had many rulers. Its youngest was King Tutankhamen. He became king when he was 9 years old. He died 10 years later. His mummy was placed in a tomb. It was hidden for thousands of years. King…

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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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Culture

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…

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People

Remembering MLK

December 15, 2020

Black people have been treated unfairly in the United States. Martin Luther King Jr. fought against unfair laws. Learn more about King and how he helped our country and its people.  A Better Future King wanted his kids to live…

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People

Famous Firsts

December 15, 2020

February is Black History Month. Here are four firsts in Black history. These famous people led the way. She won a big match. Althea Gibson was the first Black tennis champion at Wimbledon. She won the big match in…

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Measuring over Time

December 15, 2020

Measurements have been used throughout history. But in the past, people had different ways of measuring than we do today. They used different tools. Tools of the Past Long ago, people didn’t have rulers and scales. They had other ways…

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Transportation

From S-l-o-w to Fast!

February 27, 2020

Trains have changed over time. They look different from how they used to look. They’ve gotten faster, too. Here’s how trains have changed. Then The DeWitt Clinton train began running in New York in 1831. It was powered by steam.…

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Arts

Cave Art

February 21, 2020

Some caves are full of art. Thousands of years ago, humans drew on their walls. Cave art can teach us something about people who lived long ago. Take a look. Magura Cave, Bulgaria These paintings show scenes of hunting, dancing,…

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Inventions

Historic Inventions

February 15, 2019

A patent is a legal document. It stops people from copying an inventor’s idea. The U.S. began giving out patents in 1790. Here are some inventions that have received patents. Cotton Gin Eli Whitney got a patent for the cotton…