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Civil Rights Issue Date: 01-17-2016

Cool Spots imageScholastic presents Commemorate the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., scholastic.com/teachers/collection/commemorate-life-dr-martin-luther-king-jr. Dr. King was a civil rights leader who advocated peacefully for equal rights for African-Americans. In the video “The Man Who Changed America,” learn more about why we celebrate him and his accomplishments. In Dr. King’s Words you will find plays, listen to his famous “I Have a Dream” speech, and learn about how he used Persuasive Writing to convince people it was time for change.

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Mount Rushmore Issue Date: 01-03-2016

Cool Spots imageHow much do you know about the Dynamite Presidents, americaslibrary.gov/assets/aa/game/rushmore.swf? Gutzon Borglum, the sculptor who created Mount Rushmore, needs your help to complete his work. Answer questions about the four men behind the faces carved into the mountain. Look at the coins in your pocket. Do you know which presidential images appear on them? President Theodore Roosevelt commissioned one president’s likeness on a coin in 1909. Can guess which one? Another man was selected as commander in chief of the American military forces in 1775 – who do you think it was?

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Amazing Women Issue Date: 08-16-2015

Cool Spots imageMarie Curie, Rosa Parks and Pocahontas are just a few of the 300 Women Who Changed the World, search.eb.com/women. Their names sound familiar because you hear about them in school, books and television. Now you can learn about their important contributions to the arts, athletics, science, government and literature. At age 15, Mia Hamm was the youngest person ever to become a member of the U.S. soccer team. Did you know that the first computer programmer was a woman? Ada King Lovelace was a brilliant mathematician who was also the daughter of a famous poet. Can you guess who?

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Explore the World Issue Date: 07-26-2015

Cool Spots imageKids Discover presents Spotlights, kidsdiscover.com/spotlight, descriptions of important events throughout history. Did you know that a shipment of tea helped spark the American Revolution? Learn how, when you explore The Boston Tea Party. Did you know that astronauts can travel to the International Space Station in six hours? Find out how Engines have revolutionized the way we travel. The tallest mountains in the world can be found in the Himalayas. You’ll be amazed when you find out how they were formed and continue to grow.

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Visit Williamsburg Issue Date: 07-12-2015

Cool Spots imageExperience life in Colonial Williamsburg at history.org/kids/index.cfm. Choose different scenes to learn about historical figures, such as Thomas Jefferson and Patrick Henry. Help the town blacksmith find his tools when you play Tool Trouble. See historic homes and landmarks in Tour the Town. Next, learn what life was like for a Master’s Apprentice in Colonial People. Did you know that apprentices lived away from their families for seven years while learning their trades? Become a Junior Archaeologist when you play Dirt Detective in Games and Activities.

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