Hello everyone from “History in 3 Minutes Podcast.” Welcome back! Today, let’s take another look at “The Civil War.” It continued with the use of new kinds of technology and the different ideologies between the southern and northern states. There was a faction within the Democratic party known as the “War Democrats”. They supported slavery […]
Holocaust Remembrance Day Wordsearch
Let’s celebrate Holocaust Remembrance Day. Actress Julianna Margulies will host International Holocaust Remembrance Day Specials for CBS and MTV. A Holocaust Memorial Special will air on Wednesday, January 26 at 10pm on Smithsonian Channel before airing on MTV internationally on Thursday, January 27 and in the U.S. on Monday January 31 at 10pm. Word searches develop […]
I saw empty shelves…
Have you been to the grocery store lately? Have you seen empty shelves anywhere? It’s possible you saw empty shelves in the stores or online. Maybe you spoke to someone, and they shared that their store’s favorite chips were sold out. Well, guess who else saw it? I did. Yep. Me too. It’s even on […]
Let’s help each other
Where is the Rock of my Salvation? Where is Jesus Christ the Savior of the world? I must search the scriptures for in them I shall find eternal life through Jesus Christ my Lord, King, and Salvation. There are many challenges in the world today. We need Thee every hour. May we turn to God […]
Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – wordsearch
Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day! On Monday, January 17th, 2022, we celebrate the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. Below is a partial transcript of his celebrated “I Have a Dream” speech, delivered on Aug. 28, 1963, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. We must forever conduct our struggle on […]
National Religious Freedom Day – wordsearch
Happy National Religious Freedom Day! We are thankful for our First Amendment freedom of religion rights. Let’s continue to work together in humanitarian efforts such as volunteer food banks and natural disaster projects. Enjoy this word search called “National Religious Freedom Day Wordsearch”. Word searches develop spelling skills, extend vocabulary, and emphasize pattern recognition. Find […]
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier – did you know?
We give honor to “The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier” located in Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia that serves as a resting place for unidentified U.S. soldiers who died in combat. Since World War I, unidentified remains from major wars have been symbolically buried there. It serves as a reminder of the sacrifices made in war […]
Your favorite food?
What’s your favorite food? Ice cream, burgers, fries, steak, sushi, eggs benedict, or pizza? Some of the people in poorer countries such as Madagascar experience daily challenges in getting enough food to eat. Time magazine covered the topic of eating insects as a solution to food insecurity (not having enough food to eat). A few […]
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