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Great Artists

Kids Learning October 14, 2013

Great Artists A Few Great Artists Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519) Italian Renaissance artist who was most famous as a painter but also excelled at drawing (particularly the human anatomy), architecture and sculpture. More than 500 years after it was painted, his Mona Lisa remains perhaps the best-known painting in the world. Art fans have long […]

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Minerals and Gems

Kids Learning October 14, 2013

Minerals and Gems Minerals are solid, inorganic (not living) substances that are found in and on earth. Most are chemical compounds, which means they are made up of two or more elements. For example, the mineral sapphire is made up of aluminum and oxygen. A few minerals, such as gold, silver and copper, are made […]

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About Sun

Kids Learning October 14, 2013

It’s hard to imagine that the Sun has not always been the way it is today. Yet there was time, in the distant past, when the Sun did not exist. More than 5 billion years ago, there was no Sun, no Earth, no solar system at all. There was, instead, just a huge, thin cloud […]

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Story Telling

Kids Learning October 14, 2013

Story Telling What is story telling? As its core, story telling is the art of using language, voalization, and/or physical movement and gesture to reveal the element and images osf a story to a specific, live audience. A centeral, unique aspect of story telling is its reliance on the audience to develop specific visual imagery […]

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Moon

Kids Learning October 14, 2013

Moon THE MOON 1. Our Spaceflight Begins ——————————————————————————– Imagine it’s the year 2030. From a spaceport near your home town, we’ve flown in a rocket-powered space plane hundreds of miles above the Earth. Now, inside an orbiting space station, we’re waiting for the most exciting part of our journey to begin – a space flight […]

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How to Solve

Kids Learning October 14, 2013

Question: Amy and Judy sold 12 show tickets altogether. Amy sold 2 more tickets than Judy. How many tickets did each girl sell? Strategy: 1) UNDERSTAND: What do you need to find? You need to know that 12 tickets were sold in all. You also need to know that Amy sold 2 more tickets than […]

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division

Kids Learning October 14, 2013

division Question: Sam put 18 pencils in 3 equal groups. How many pencils are in each group? Strategy: 1) UNDERSTAND: What do you need to know? You need to know that there are 18 pencils and they are divided into 3 equal groups 2) PLAN: How can you solve the problem? You can write a […]

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A look at the Zodiac

Kids Learning October 14, 2013

Astrology is the ancient science of interpreting the movements of the planets and their relationship to human destiny or human potential. It is used to calculate the timeliness of a particular course or action and offer the individual seeking knowledge a list of possibilities. The trick in is in understanding the various aspects involved and […]

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Barbie Dolls

Kids Learning October 12, 2013

Barbie Dolls Barbie dolls have probably been on Christmas wish lists for several generations of girls. In fact Barbie has become a household name for many years. Who created the first concept of the Barbie doll? The story started with the birth of Ruth Mosko in Denver Colarado in 1916. Ruth married Elliot Handler in […]

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Nasa’s Chandra x-ray observatory

Kids Learning October 12, 2013

Nasa’s Chandra x-ray observatory Nasa’s Chandra x-ray observatory has 100 times the resolving power of previous X-ray scopes and will be able to view the fine details of exploding stars and clusters of hot gas. It’s improved resolution is possible in part because of its unusually high elliptical orbit which will take it a third […]

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CHRISTMAS TREES

Kids Learning October 12, 2013

CHRISTMAS TREES The tradition of the Christmas tree dates back to the middle ages and caught on in the United States in the 1800′s. Today, approximately 15,000 US growers tend one million acres of Christmas tree farmland. The price for trees averages $5.65 per foot. Among some of top selling trees in the US are: […]

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CONVERTING FAHRENHEIT INTO CELSIUS

Kids Learning October 12, 2013

We in America use the Fahrenheit scale when talking about temperature. But in other countries around the world, they use Celsius. So, if you want to know how cold or hot it is elsewhere, you may have to resort to a little bit of mathematics. To convert Fahrenheit degrees into Celsius, subtract 32, multiply by […]

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HOW DID THE TEDDY BEAR GET ITS NAME?

Kids Learning October 12, 2013

Everybody loves teddy bears. But do you know how it actually got its name? The original stuffed animal was created after President Theodore Roosevelt refused to shoot a black bear cub that he encounted during a hunting trip in 1902. The cub was tied up and this bothered the President greatly because he said “the […]

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Invention Of Television

Kids Learning October 11, 2013

A Russian immigrant to America by the name of Vladimir Zworykin is credited with the invention of TV. He moved to the US in 1919 and got a job at Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Pittsburgh. He first invented the iconoscope (an electronic camera) and a kinescope (picture tube). In 1923, he unveiled the television, which […]

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Phases Of Moon

Kids Learning October 11, 2013

We can look up in the sky and see the Moon change every night. The different ways the Moon looks through a month’s time are called phases of the Moon. When the Moon is getting bigger, from the night when there is no Moon until the night of the full Moon, is called the Moon’s […]

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WHAT ARE LASERS?

Kids Learning October 11, 2013

WHAT ARE LASERS? LASER stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. A laser is a concentrated beam of light, created when an electric current passes through a special material. The name and color of the laser depend on the type of special material that is used: Argon gas brings a blue-green light; Krypton […]

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  • Kids Modelling Agency

    by on September 12, 2013 - 0 Comments

    Kids modelling agency is a company that represents child models,kid models, toddlers, babies, pre teen models, teen models to work for the fashion and modelling industry. A child model or a kid model refers to a child who is employed to advertise , display and promote commercial products or to serve as a subject of […]

  • Kids modelling agency in Delhi

    Create the Best Modelling Portfolio

    by on May 9, 2014 - 3 Comments

    Metropolitan cities Mumbai and New Delhi are the hubs for kids modelling in India. Due to this, the best modelling portfolio, whether for child or adult, can be created in either of the two cities. Most of the well known fashion designers, top production houses and models are present in this city, as a result […]

  • Mickey Mouse

    by on October 18, 2013 - 0 Comments

    Mickey Mouse Mickey Mouse – the one mouse anyone would love to have scurrying about their house, is undoubtedly the most popular cartoon character to date. Did you know that the creation of Mickey Mouse is what made Walt Disney so successful? When Walt was 26 years old, he was returning home by train with […]

  • Toys

    by on October 28, 2013 - 0 Comments

    Toys Its time for toys. Kids all time favorite toys are being manufactured by popular toy makers. Toys for little boys are somewhat different from the little girls toys. Hot toys are fun to play with and they are always ready to entertain kids with their uniqueness. Lets find out such toys. Fisher-Price T.M.X. Elmo, […]

  • Footwear Facts

    by on October 28, 2013 - 0 Comments

    Footwear Facts Sandals originated in warm climates where the soles of the feet needed protection but the top of the foot needed to be cool. 4,000 years ago the first shoes were made of a single piece of rawhide that enveloped the foot for both warmth and protection. In Europe pointed toes on shoes were […]

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