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Ten Interesting Facts Series

Ten Interesting Facts This series contains facts that will interest students. The facts may be used to teach a large number of skills: close reading understanding nonfictional passages analyzing data Blog posts include printable versions of the facts for student handouts. Ten Interesting Facts . . . . . The Revolutionary War At this post, students will learn …

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Jun 17

Ten Interesting Facts . . . . . The Revolutionary War

  #1 ~~ Get a printable version of these interesting facts by clicking here. #2  ~~ Get this free foldable organizer here.   Looking for additional resources? Try these. Revolutionary War Pages at Book Units Teacher Website Revolutionary War Page at Pinterest  Revolutionary War Lap Book at Teacher Pay Teacher Store BlogLovin’  

Nov 06

Ten Interesting Facts . . . . Veterans Day

  1. Veterans Day is an official United States holiday that celebrates veterans who served in any U. S. Armed Forces. 2. Veterans Day is observed on November 11. This is a significant date. It is the anniversary of the end of World War I in which fighting ended on the 11th day of the …

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Oct 10

Ten Interesting Facts . . . . Halloween

Halloween Facts 1.  Chocolate Chocolate is the most popular type of Halloween candy. It makes up about three-fourths of all trick-or-treat candy.   Candy Type Sales Average Price Introduction Company $509.85 million $1.25 1928 Hershey $500.82 million $1.15 1941 Mars $456.91 million $1.11 1930 Mars $324.63 million $1.05 1900 Hershey $306.51 million $1.11 1935 Hershey …

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Sep 22

Ten Interesting Facts . . . . Worms

Ten Interesting Facts about Worms 1. Migration Worms have not always lived in America. Many scientists believe that worms living in America were killed during the Ice Age. This was approximately 10,000 to 50,000 years ago. During the 1600’s and 1700’s, Europeans brought worms to North America as they were forming the colonies. This was …

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Sep 01

Ten Interesting Facts . . . . The U.S. Constitution

Ten Interesting Facts . . . . The U.S. Constitution 1. Philadelphia The Constitutional Convention was held in Philadelphia from May 25 to September 17, 1787. At this time, Philadelphia was the largest city in North America. The population was 40,000 people. The city had 7,000 street lamps, 33 churches, 10 newspapers, and a university. …

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Aug 25

Ten Interesting Facts . . . Volcanoes

Ten Interesting Facts . . . Volcanoes   1.The biggest volcano in our solar system is on Mars. Olympus Mons is 600 km (373 miles) wide and 21 km (13 miles) tall. 2.Volcanoes are measured by the Volcano Explosivity Index. VEI Ejecta volume Classification Description Plume Frequency Examples 0 < 10,000 m³ Hawaiian non-explosive < …

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Aug 05

Ten Interesting Facts . . . . Surviving in the Wilderness

Ten Interesting Facts . . . Surviving the Wilderness Water Needed for Surviving in the Wilderness Humans need eight cups of water each day. When 1% of the total water weight of a person’s body is lost, the person will feel thirsty. Sixteen drops of bleach will treat one gallon of water. Approximately 4000 people are …

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Jul 19

Ten Interesting Facts . . . . Earth’s Sun

Ten Interesting Facts . . . . Earth’s Sun 1. Description Our sun is 4.59 billion years old. It is a Yellow Dwarf with a diameter of 1,392,684 kilometers. The surface temperature is 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit (5500 degrees Celsius), and its core is around 27 million degrees Fahrenheit (13,600,000 degrees Celsius). 2. Size The sun is …

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Jul 11

Ten Interesting Facts . . . . The Great Depression

Ten Interesting Facts . . . . The Great Depression Black Tuesday  On October 29, 1929, the stock market lost $14 billion. During the week of Black Tuesday, the stock market lost $30 billion. This would be equivalent to $377,587,032,770.41 today. Photos Dorothea Lange’s photo of Florence Thompson with several of her children has become …

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