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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas, everyone! Kaylee Rodgers sings a Christmas Hallelujah

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Memorial Day

Thank you!   Photo Credit:  Sleeping Soldiers:  Photo by skeeze, via Pixabay.com.

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Cheetah

Photo Credit:  Cheetah Snack:  Photo by kolibri5, via Pixabay.com. A cheetah is built for speed. Its long thin legs, lightweight bones, and short coat make it the fastest land mammal in the world. It can go from 0-60 miles an … Continue reading

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How Animals see the World

Here’s an interesting video from National Geographic about the types of eyes found in the animal world.  It’s impossible to know exactly how the world appears to animals with different types of eyes, but scientists do know the types of … Continue reading

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George Washington Writing Paper

Here’s a little something to help out with President’s Day.  There are 5 different pages for differing levels of student writing.  Your students from grades K-5 can write and draw about George Washington.  Hope it’s helpful!  And have a GREAT … Continue reading

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Birds of Paradise

A friend sent me a link to this video of an amazing group of birds that live only in the rainforests of New Guinea.  Two men from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ed Scholes and Tim Laman, a scientist and … Continue reading

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Celebrating Young Heros of Pakistan; Legendary Children – Part II

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As The Human Lens is focusing on “celebrating childhoods”, here is the second and awaited part for readers, considering the amount of positive feedback and traffic that came this way, on part i. Those who…

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Pakistan|The Lives of Slum Children Part I

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“My day starts with scolding by mother us to help her in work. Each morning, I have to fetch water and collect grass for our goats. It’s a nightmare and I am totally fed…

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Happy New Year

Although some days you may feel like you’re pushing up daisies, I hope the new year brings you nothing but sunshine!

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A Little Girl’s Dream of Education

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Local school boys walk home, NurpurShahan, Credits @GhulamRasool “My name is *Kiran; I am nine years old; and when I grow up I will become a doctor,” began the young girl. “But we are…

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