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Biographical sketch of this Russian classical ballet dancer and teacher whose methods have become a major force in classical ballet training today.
Monthly Christian co-op for Middlesex county that also sponsors nature walks, activity days, and youth events.
Features thirteen permanent interactive exhibits on three floors and provides information about activities, birthday parties, rentals and membership.
An all inclusive homeschool co-op in the Columbia Missouri area. Meetings consist of park days, swimming and field trip opportunities.
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Want to see the best meteor shower of the year? It’s coming up in a few days! Whether you and your children enjoy viewing the beautiful night sky or whether you’re studying astronomy this year, you won’t want to miss the Perseid meteor shower that’s happening soon! When to View You can see the Perseid […]The post Perseid Meteor Shower in Mid August appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
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Buzz surrounding television commercials is usually reserved for the Super Bowl, and for good reason. For last year's big game, NBC commanded in excess of $5 million for a 30-second advertisement.But I have to tell you, I saw a spot the other day from Gillette that put a lump in my throat and a smile on my face.Yes, it's an ad for a new razor, of which there are many, but it's a lot more than a company simply hawking its wares.The post Is This the Best Ad You've Ever Seen? appeared first on Jim Daly.
The Library of Congress today announced the selection of three organizations that will receive a total of $1,058,513 during the next two years to support the development of engaging web- and mobile-based applications on subjects related to Congress and civics for use in K-12 classrooms.Click here for more information.