In honor of all things science and the 4th of July, I thought it might be fun to share an image I came across on Google+ (yes, it’s pretty great actually). If you’re heading out to a fireworks display and wish you knew how the different rockets and explosions burst into an array of colors, wonder no longer. This handy chart explains the different chemical ingredients required to give the fireworks their dazzling colors.
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Let’s face it, most people do not look forward to Professional Development (PD) Days in their school district due to the fact that most of these are created with someone else deciding what is most important for the learners.
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We're all going to be having an old friend over for dinner on June 23, 2013. That's the day of this year's Supermoon which is essentially the time of the year the moon is closest to the Earth.
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This visual history of Cinco de Mayo sheds some light on when it started, who it's honoring, and why it matters to you.
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Who made the first chocolate egg? What part of the chocolate bunny do most people eat first? Get some great Easter trivia with this fun infographic.