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Spanish lesson on plants: Learning photosynthesis

In this Spanish lesson on plants, you’ll learn how plants grow, how photosynthesis works, and how leaves change color. Plants are wonderful elements of nature to learn Spanish vocabulary. The Spanish lesson on plants is categorized as: how do plants grow, photosynthesis (simple terms), and how do leaves change colors. Because plants, photosynthesis, and color change are important, they are included in this Spanish lesson…

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Learning through senses of taste, hear, and touch

Learning through senses of taste, hear, and touch can help us discover new things everyday. The five senses altogether help us see nature around us. How do they work? You can learn how the five senses work in our bodies in this Spanish lesson. Also, it’s great to incorporate the Spanish bilingual terms. When we learn through our senses, we can experience the world around…

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Five senses in Spanish for kids

When learning the five senses in Spanish, kids need to learn the simple basics of how our senses helps us get around. In this Spanish lesson for kids, the five senses are presented in a brief science description, the sense of sight and smell, keywords to know, and a learning activity to reinforce the lesson.

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How is the winter solstice around the world?

For many parts of the World, the winter season has arrived (or perhaps summer); depending on which hemisphere you live in. But let us consider how winter is described in the Northern Hemisphere. The solstice and equinox dates mark the beginning of summer and winter, with the solstice date in June being the longest day of summer and equinox date in September being the beginning…

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Hibernation: How Animals Prepare for Winter

Hibernation is one of the most exciting times for animals. Many animals get ready for the long, cold months of winter. They’ve probably spent most of the fall season gathering all the food they could possibly collect to prepare for hibernation. But what are the preparations for the winter? According to Webster dictionary, hibernation is “to be or become inactive or dormant” or a better way to…

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Windmills: Powerful tools for renewable energy

Ever wonder how that water gets to the farm and the animals there. Ever wonder how the grain in your cereal box, pasta, or bread gets there. Ever wonder what that big tower with spinning blades on a field in a farm is for. Those mechanical towers are called windmills. According to Merriam-Webster dictionary, windmill is “a mill or machine operated by the wind usually acting on…

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5 top wind farms as makers of renewable energy

Wind with its power can produce enough energy to light up a city, provide energy for a factory, and even fly a kite. With something so remarkable as wind power, it is also a marker of the seasons changing. Actually, wind is the forces of air that flows along waters. According to the U.S. Energy Information, wind is just simply air in motion. Wind is created upon how…

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The Hawksbill turtle unbelievable odds

As the sun slowly hid in the distant horizon, an unexpected surprised started to unfold in a nearby sand nest. Miniature, small hatchlings were surfacing from a Hawksbill or tortoiseshell turtle nest. Hawksbill sea turtles are named for their mouth appearance; it looks like a Hawk’s beak. Perhaps, it may have taken only a couple of months to hatch from the thousands of eggs beneath…

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Habitat and fun facts about iguanas in the desert

Is it possible to observe iguanas in the arid, dry climate of the desert? As a matter of fact, Desert Iguanas or Dipsosaurus dorsalis are native to the Mojave and Sonoran deserts of the Southwestern region of the United States. They can also be found in the Northwestern areas of Mexico. The Desert Iguana is a small reptile of about 10 – 16 inches long,…

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