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Chicago Adventure, Part Four: Rodents of Unusual Size (And Other Mammals, Too)

Chicago Adventure, Part Four: Rodents of Unusual Size (And Other Mammals, Too)

The Chicago Field Museum is one of the largest and most respected natural history museums in the world. Join me as we go behind the scenes! Dun dun dun! Are these elephants?! Yes. – Oh my god! Here, oh let me just open my cabinet of elephants. Good thing I’ve been working out. Oh my …

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Favorite Early Modern Books for Grades 4–6

Favorite Early Modern Books for Grades 4–6

Here are some favorite early modern history books for your fourth through sixth graders. The Early Modern time period includes many fascinating people and events. And what better way to study them than through living books—books that make them come alive in your child’s mind; books that touch their emotions and fire their imaginations; books …

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Rainbow Connections: The Language of Colour

Rainbow Connections: The Language of Colour

Welcome to the Endless Knot! Today we’re taking part in the WeCreateEDU group collab all about colour! So we’ll be exploring the rainbow connections of colour words and uncovering how they’re linked not only by dyes and pigments, but also by diseases, psychoactive drugs, Homeric epic, and monsters! The word colour comes into Middle English …

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Norfolk parents concerned over health concerns

Norfolk parents concerned over health concerns

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