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United States National Parks

January 19, 2024

National parks are natural areas that are protected by the government. Take a look at some of the national parks in the United States of America. Yosemite National Park This park is in California. There are giant sequoia trees.…

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Animals

Park Animals

January 19, 2024

Many different kinds of animals live in national parks. Here are three. Mule deer (above) are common in Yosemite Valley. They roam through the forest. They can be seen all year round. The Grand Canyon is home to gila monsters.…

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Government

A President's Day

December 20, 2023

Welcome to the White House! The president of the United States lives and works here. The White House is in Washington, D.C. Take a look around. See the work that presidents do. And see how they spend their time off.…

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History

Presidential Firsts

December 20, 2023

There have been 46 U.S. presidents. Each has made a mark on the country’s history. But only a few can be called Number 1. George Washington was one of the country’s founders. He was the first president. He was elected…

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Business

Down to Business

December 20, 2023

How do you feel about cookies? They make people happy. That is why we buy them. Girl Scouts are pros at selling cookies. See how they run a successful cookie business. They spread the word. These Girl Scouts are…

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Places

School of the Future

August 24, 2023

It is back-to-school time! Ehrman Crest Elementary and Middle School opened last year. The building was designed for learning and fun. The building is shaped like a Y. The elementary school is on the left. The right side is…

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Holidays

Summer Celebrations

April 1, 2023

In the United States, four national holidays happen during the summer season. The first is in May. The last is in September. How does your family observe these holidays? Memorial Day This holiday honors U.S. military members who died…

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Books

Read Across America

February 3, 2023

Read Across America Day is a celebration of reading. It is March 2. It started 25 years ago, in 1998. It was introduced by the National Education Association (NEA). The group recommends books to read. It chooses books with diverse…

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People

Appreciating Teachers

August 19, 2022

Miguel Cardona was a teacher. Now he is the U.S. Secretary of Education. TIME for Kids asked for his thoughts about teachers. TIME for Kids: What do teachers do? Cardona: Teachers shape lives. They help us become who we…

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Government

Who Is in Charge?

March 10, 2022

Countries, states, and cities all have leaders. Read on to learn about different leaders in the United States The president leads the country. The president is the leader of the United States government. Joe Biden is the current president.…

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