When she died, Evita was the most popular woman in Latin America. Not only immortalized in culture but in body. Mummified shortly after death, the body of Evita has a remarkable story to tell.
If your students are having difficulty understanding place value, these books are sure to help. Along with titles of books that address place value are some ideas on how to use them in your classroom.
Are you looking for folder activities and games for your classroom? Grab one or more of these math file folder ideas!
Whether you're walking along the beach of the world's oceans or the USA's Great Lakes, your imagination is on high alert ! You pick up what looks like a fossil and wonder what creature remains you're holding in your hand must have looked like and how it lived, or how long ago.
Why are we affected so deeply by music? The answer is as much simple as it is complicated. Music can be used to relax, incite, inspire, excite, an entire plethora of emotions can be surfaced or repressed by music. How does the brain and body know what emotional response to emit to different...
Giant squid myths have been squirming across our imaginations for hundreds of years. CGI brings them to life. Better still, it turns out there really ARE giant squids of monstrous size in the sea!
Everyone knows Hollywood has the largest array of movie monsters and ghastly spirits but who would have thought the entire state of California was loaded with strange legends of real life creatures and real dead apparitions that weren't created on a Hollywood set.
About 2.5 million scientific papers are published every year in order to reveal new research and advance knowledge; too bad there’s fraud and chicanery behind some of them.
Black Caterpillar with Spikes and Red Bands: What is it? Did you find a black fuzzy caterpillar? Does it look like this? If so, you might have a giant leopard moth caterpillar, also known as a great leopard moth or an eyed tiger moth (scientific...
Watch a video of my hike up to the top of the Tocobaga Tribe's ceremonial mound located in beautiful Safety Harbor, FL. Learn the intriguing history of this amazing yet extinct Native Tocobaga tribe of the Tampa Bay area.