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This week, we learned …
… that you can download and print absolutely gorgeous Landsat maps of your state. DO IT!
… “Elegy for the Arctic” is a haunting composition for piano accompanied by crumbling glacier.
… an L.A. artist’s ’emancipation project’ encourages students to create aspirational portraits in a school mural.
… eating boogers is OK for kids, and eating vaccine-laced M&Ms is good for ferrets.
… a California town fixed a crooked curb—and broke geologists’ hearts.
… why 9th grade is the pivotal year for dropping out of school.
… the top five exotic animals that are suitable to keep as pets.
… how scientists proved that a curve ball really does curve.
… why entrepreneurs should hire English majors.
… more about Vincent van Gogh’s illness, and recreated one of his most famous works in folded strands of DNA.
… how to sell kids on veggies.
… how Calgary declared war on urban sprawl, and that 500 Alberta schools will be powered by wind energy.
… how to toss a pizza.
3 thoughts on “14 Things We Learned This Week!”
Wowww!!! Maybe be after watching this video I will also be able to toss a pizza.. Hope so… Well practice makes a man perfect.. Congratulations to Tony that he is six times winner..
It’s very interesting to match cartoon character with vegetables.. It’s a good way to eat children because they are highly impressed by theirs cartoon character at least for cartoon sake they will eat healthy..
To express ourselves there are many kind of art like singing, painting, music and even dancing.. Becca and her students do this by murals… Becca is doing a good effort for those student who can’t afford fees to school.. It’s a good opportunity for them…