Knowing how to pick a lock is a helpful ability – and is intended to help you out of those situations where you find you’ve lost your padlock key and can’t unlock your bike, get into your garden...
All English as a Second or Foreign Language classes need a good warm-up activity to gets brains working and bodies active. Here are my top choices for ESL and EFL Warm-up games for kids to adults.
A fascinating look into the lives and deaths of stars, and why iron is the most dangerous element in the universe.
Significant misinformation exists about the number of words for "snow" and "ice" in Inuit languages. Here is proof of at least 100.
Dimples are facial features that can be present at birth, disappear overtime or even appear as we age. Some have two, some have none and some have just one and ask 'Why Do I Only Have One Dimple?'
Feudalism is a system of government in which land is granted in return for service. It can also be thought of as a political and social pyramid. At the top of the pyramid is a king or chieftain. Next below him are nobles/lords, such as counts,...
Out of all of the infamous pirates that tormented the oceans for hundreds of years, there had to have been some female pirates, right? Right ye' are!
Just as with other Germanic people, magic was an important element in Anglo-Saxon life, with broader connections to the paradigm of Germanic mythology.
Champ Ferguson was one of only a two Rebels tried and convicted of war crimes after the United State's Civil War. In a rare twist of fate, Ferguson actions may have impacted my family's future.
These 12 websites offer an incredible array of free lesson plans, unit plans and guided, project-based learning plans for elementary, middle and high school students.