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All About Germany Issue Date: 04-28-2013

Cool Spots imageJoin Max and Molly, the Voyage Kids, ukgermanconnection.org/kids-home-uk, on a quest to learn more about life in Germany. Did you know that Nobel Prize-winning scientist Albert Einstein was born in Germany? Find Out is all about famous people, inventions and fantastic facts! Now color online, make a yummy birthday treat and celebrate Karneval at Make & Do. Are you up for a challenge? Visit Stories & Songs to learn and act out a new song, then see if the tune sounds familiar. Alex and Ben love adventures, and you can follow their journey at The Bears.

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Timekeepers Issue Date: 03-31-2013

Cool Spots imageLiving Maya Time, maya.nmai.si.edu, looks into the fascinating culture of the Maya people, both past and present. The Maya were known as brilliant mathematicians and astronomers. They are most famous for their complex calendars, but did you know they also created a written language of hieroglyphs and the mathematical concept of zero? In Calendar, use the interactive tool to Read the Calendar Glyphs. Meet Felipe Tapia, one of several Maya who share their opinions on the meaning of 2012, the end of a cycle of the Maya calendar.

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Can You Mamuu? Issue Date: 12-23-2012

Cool Spots imageExperience the rich culture and family traditions of the Nuu-chah-nulth people in Woven Together, nmai.si.edu/
education/woventogether
. Did you know that these people of the Pacific North Coast first learned to weave by watching beavers build dams? Weaving is still used to make clothing, baskets, fish traps and mats. You can Learn to Weave in a few simple steps, using materials you have at home. The Nuu-chah-nulth were also whalers, providing food for their community. Surprisingly, they used canoes, not large ships, for whale hunts.

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Culture Quest Issue Date: 12-09-2012

Cool Spots imageCreative Japan, www.uk.emb-japan.go.jp/en/creativejapan, explores the worldwide fascination with Japanese pop culture, including cartoon characters most kids know, from Hello Kitty to Super Mario Bros. Did you know Japanese comics are called "manga"? "Pokemon" was watched by children in more than 68 countries! If you have a Nintendo Gameboy or a Wii at home, you have a piece of Japanese culture. Japan has made advances in other areas of technology as well, such as the the Hayabusa spacecraft asteroid explorer.

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Indian Nations Issue Date: 09-09-2012

Cool Spots imageThe Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian presents Collections Search, nmai.si.edu/search collections, a colorful display of artifacts of American Indian people, culture and art. Explore Collection Highlights and visit the Infinity of Nations exhibit to see a beautifully carved pipe bowl in the form of a ship and a chief's headdress representing a killer whale. The Bears exhibit has figurines, games, household items and prints, all with a common theme. This is a great site to find images to enhance a research project.

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