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Beyond the Classroom

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The History Of Cinco De Mayo

The holiday celebrates the May 5th anniversary when the Mexican militia defeated the French in the Battle of Puebla, a small town in Mexico.

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What Children Learn From Household Chores

Chores help your kids develop a strong work ethic that will serve them well as young adults when they’re securing their first job.

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History Of The Olympic Games

It wasn’t until 1896, that the first modern Olympics began because an interest in athletics and sports increased.

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All About Leonardo Da Vinci

Da Vinci had the brains to match his drawing talents and created inventions ranging from a helicopter to waterwheels

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The Benefits of Studying Music

Studies have shown that skills learned through the discipline of music transfers to other skills that students use in their core classes

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How To Pick The Right College

Doing your research upfront and visiting schools beforehand is critical to making the right choice.

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Backyard Moments Provide Learning Opportunities

Engaging in these nature-inspired activities just may unearth the family “green” thumb or even spark an interest that could lead to a your child’s future career.

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What Birds Can Teach Kids

Some benefits of studying birds include teaching kids about diversity and geography, and it can improve their secondary skills like listening, too.

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Mealtime Learning

Playing games a few times a week at mealtime keeps learning fun and not forced.

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100th Anniversary Of The Great Titanic Sinking

It’s considered one of the deadliest maritime disasters in history, killing more than 1,500 people.

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