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A mausoleum is a huge tomb. The word comes from Mausolus, who's wife (also his sister) built him the most spectacular tomb many years ago. She wanted something to remember him by. Check out this Wonder of the World.
Do you have a classroom pet? When it comes to feeding time, is it difficult to watch? One biology teacher wanted to feed his pet boa constrictors puppies in front of his class. Talk about Mr. Insensitive!
March 8th is International Women's Day. This doesn't mean women from all over the world get together and go on a huge shopping spree. Instead, they look back and remember decades of struggling for equality, justice, peace and change. - Page 2
March 8th is International Women's Day. This doesn't mean women from all over the world get together and go on a huge shopping spree. Instead, they look back and remember decades of struggling for equality, justice, peace and change. - Page 3
Most people are buried in a cemetery when they die but not these guys. They went to extremes. Find out what these men did with their bodies after death and tell us if you believe it or not.
Remember the New Kids, Power Rangers and Sailor Moon? Kidzworld's looking back at the important (and not-so-important) events of the 1990s. - Page 2
Learning about dinosaurs can be confusing with all the scientific mumble jumble but this dino book is easy to understand. Ornithomimus is an intro into the life & death of a dino-bird & more.
Have you ever wondered where some of those weird expressions and traditions come from? Check out these historical "facts" and judge for yourself if this is really where these started.
Flying was just a dream until two brothers, who never gave up, built the perfect flying machine. Keep reading for more about the first flight, longest trip and first solo trip by a woman.
Did you know there's an official US march? It's called The Stars and Stripes Forever and was written by the March King, John Philip Sousa. Find out what John's band was the first to do.