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End of unit celebration

This half term our unit has been “The Holiday Show”. To celebrate the work we had achieved we spent the day cooking Swedish pancakes, analysing data linked to the different countries and using examples of Swedish designs to create our own art work. 59 more words

Geography

Are You Pondering What I'm Pondering?

I think so, Briain … but if ice floats, why is Antarctica at the bottom of the world?

Humor

Baked Indiana

Sassafras molasses

sweetens my pawpaw-

persimmon pastries,

garnished with passionflowers.

Add crunch with

catalpa seeds, strewn

lavishly over osage-orange icing.

Nearest Neighbors

News You Really Need To See: "Taliban Are Rising Again in Afghanistan's North"

“Taliban Are Rising Again in Afghanistan’s North”

The New York Times, October 23, 2014, p.A1

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/23/world/asia/taliban-rise-again-in-afghanistans-north.html?_r=0

“The last time Afghans in the northern province of Kunduz felt so threatened by the Taliban was in 2009, just before President Obama deployed thousands of troops to push the insurgents back from the outskirts of the province’s capital.   302 more words

Military

Coachlamp Lane

This information is intended for use with the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game.

At a Glance

Coachlamp Lane is a street in Waterdeep.

Sources… 67 more words

Geography

Unapproachable East

This information is intended for use with the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game.

At a Glance

The Unapproachable East is a region of Faerun, east of the… 74 more words

Geography

The Trouble with Rivers

To roughly quote Douglas Adams, “The story so far: In the beginning the United States was created and its accompanying Constitution did not provide any kind of framework for local governments. 1,402 more words

Geography