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Back to School with EDU on YouTube

Back to School with EDU on YouTube

YouTube EDU, the largest classroom in the world, hosts over a million educational videos, including lessons from top teachers around the world, course... read more
Aug 13, 2013 | 13 comments
We all enjoy the sun in summer, but how much do you really know about it? Check out Science: Sun Facts! for more!

Science: Sun Facts!

We all enjoy the sun in the summer, but how much do you really know about that ball of fire in the sky? Check out these Sun Facts!... read more
Jun 13, 2013 | 45 comments
Some sammies are so popular they may as well be celebs! Check out Famous Sandwiches!

Famous Sandwiches

Bread, cheese, meat, vegetables and spreads - there are infinite variations possible when it comes to sandwiches, but some of them are so popular they... read more
Feb 06, 2015 | 167 comments
The history of pretzels is as loopy as, well, a pretzel! Find out more in All About Pretzels!

All About Pretzels

Hard or soft, salty or sweet, there’s no denying that pretzels are a never fail snack food. The story of pretzels is just about as loopy as a pretzel ... read more
Apr 11, 2016 | 59 comments
Poetry 101

Poetry 101

We’ve all learned about poetry in English class, but have you taken the time to write your own? April is National Poetry Month so let’s discover more ... read more
Apr 01, 2017 | 72 comments
Social Media 101

Social Media 101

Twitter, Pinterest, Vine – social media can be confusing. Kidzworld has all the details on how you can connect with friends online!... read more
Maybe Sand Castles are Fortresses After All!

Science Project: The Strength of Sand

How strong could a bunch of a teeny-tiny particles be? They’re so small how could there any strength to them. Well, this science project will redefine... read more
If you love testing your knowledge and hanging with friends, you should check out How to Host a Trivia Night!

How to Host a Trivia Party

Everyone loves game nights and when it comes to trivia, everyone has at least one thing that they know better than anyone else, so why not give your f... read more
Jan 22, 2013 | 39 comments
Whether it's online or in person it's hard not to be riveted watching a flash mob, find out more in All About Flash Mobs!

All About Flash Mobs

Whether you’ve been a part of one or just enjoyed the viral vids that followed, flash mobs are a huge part of modern culture, combining spontaneity, f... read more
Jan 18, 2013 | 26 comments
Need to Share a Secret Message?

Science Project: Secret Message Tape

Do you need to share a secret message with a friend? Are the notes you pass in class being seen by unwanted eyes? Use this science trick to keep your ... read more
Jan 16, 2013 | 6 comments
The third monday of January is Martin Luther King Day, but how much do you know about the Civil Rights Activist? Find out more in All About Martin Luther King Jr.!

All About Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. played a key role in the African American Civil Rights movement. Find out more in All About Martin Luther King Jr.!... read more
Jan 09, 2017 | 89 comments
Sledding is a beloved winter pastime, but do you know how it started? Find out more in The History of Sledding!

The History of Sledding

Sledding (or tobogganing) is a beloved winter pastime for lots of people, especially if you live in a place that gets piles of snow during the dead of... read more
Dec 31, 2012 | 2 comments
Make Your Own Snow!

Science Project: Make Your Own Snow

Snow has always been a cozy feature of the holiday season. Cozy if you’re inside by the fire and not standing out in a blizzard. Making your own snow ... read more
Dec 16, 2012 | 76 comments
Stacking Up the Liquids

Science Project: How to Stack Liquids

The liquid state is a state of matter where molecules move freely. This free movement means that they tend to fill any container they are placed in an... read more
Write the Stories you Want to Read

How to Write a Story

It's time to put your head down and complete a very large goal: write a whole novel. To help celebrate, this article touches on the basics of story. L... read more
Sep 07, 2015 | 68 comments

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Tennis123
Tennis123 posted in Debating:
"PerksBeingABookworm" wrote: I don't believe in hunting for sport. However, hunting for survival, and with due respect for the animal (quickest death you can give)-I have no issue with, nor if you're hunting to eliminate a legitimate threat (ex. rabid coyote). So you’re against the vast majority of hunting then?
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Tennis123
Tennis123 posted in Debating:
"Pokmon" wrote: It's OK if you're doing it for food, and you're killing animals that there are plenty of (deer for example) Why is ok for food? What is the difference between an animal and a human that justifies killing the animal for food needlessly.
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PerksBeingABookworm
I don't believe in hunting for sport. However, hunting for survival, and with due respect for the animal (quickest death you can give)-I have no issue with, nor if you're hunting to eliminate a legitimate threat (ex. rabid coyote).
reply about 6 hours
PerksBeingABookworm
I never knew you, Never once gazed upon your face, Never heard your voice, the sound of your laughter You never passed me by in the hallways- Or maybe you did, but we wouldn’t remember. I was a freshman, you a senior. A soccer player, while you were in the marching band That October night, when the call went out, All I knew was your name The name of someone who I shared a building with for months, Yet our paths were never to meet. When the school fell silent for many days, When no one spoke a word, the air dense, heavy, I couldn’t share in the pain of your friends, your family Body numb at the sight of your flower-strewn car spot, Limbs frozen, mouth choked as the school came together as one, Flickering candles resisting the bitter bite of the wind. Fly high, brother. For you may be gone, but you are a Thunderbird, and we will never forget.
reply about 7 hours
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