A collection of some fascinating and strange images from around the world.
3rd grade teacher Alycia Zimmerman has come up with a creative way to use LEGOs to teach math. In an article for Scholastic she writes, “LEGO bricks are awesome for part-part-total explorations! As with other popular part-part-total math manipulatives such as dominoes or dice, these bricks have clearly marked chits (on LEGO we call them studs) for students to count. The studs are often grouped in twos, which facilitate counting by twos rather than counting the studs individually. With practice, students will recognize arrangements of studs, and will not need to count them at all (subitizing).”
The absolute best way to help waste your day.
About 1 in every 38 people living in the United States resides in New York City.
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There are no limits to the laughter that science is capable of creating.
When super fans meet their favorite celebrities there’s usually a lot of crying, a lot of screaming a some pretty funny faces.
For some reason this man got into the habit of feeding parrots and he now puts food out for around 4000 parrots each day.
These are the opening lines that none of us will ever forget.