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Virtual Field Trip To The Natural History Museum
  Today I went on a virtual field trip to The National Museum Of Natural History it was actually almost as good as the real thin (More)
7 Things I've Learned in 8th Grade
Hey everyone! Emma here. Sorry about how inactive I’ve been. With the Student Blogging Challenge over, I haven't been posting much. My class plans on participating in the Spring Challenge, so I’ll be posting weekly when that starts. Today in class, w (More)
A-Z About My Name
Hey everyone! For those who don’t know me, my name is Anna Claire. I started blogging just a few weeks ago for my communications class. So far my class and I have d (More)
A-Z: All About Me
Hey, it’s Esme! Today I will be doing an A-Z All About Me post. A- I’m obsessed with earning all A’s in school. My older sister got all A's all the way from elemen (More)
The Titanic Didn't Actually Sink
What if the Titanic never actually sank? One conspiracy theory says that it was actually the Titanic's older, almost identical, sister ship, who actually sank near Newfoundland. Researcher Robin Gardiner wrote that the disaster was a result of an (More)
Hidden Figures
I watched this movie a long time ago but recently I watched it again. I forgot how inspiring and good it was. It is about three African American women who work at NASA and are the brains of the whole operation. The launch of John Glenn, an amazing ac (More)
Did The US Know About Pearl Harbor Before It Happened???
Mid WWII, December 7, 1941, the island of Hawaii was bombed by Japanese planes, causing the US to declare war on Japan and join WWII. Many sources claim that the bombing was a 'surprise' to all of the United States, yet many historians claim that FDR (More)
Small Town U.S.A
Marietta, Ohio is a beautiful small town full of history and love. (More)
How To: Write the Final Draft and Publishing
These last two steps are the final ones before your article goes out into the world to see. Normally these last two steps are also (More)