Hatshepsut – Ancient Female Egyptian Ruler

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Hatshepsut was an Ancient-Egyptian ruler who was the longest-ruling and most successful female pharaoh. She was born into royalty around 1507BCE. Her father and her brothers were pharaohs, which made her a princess. But she became a powerful ruler. Hatshepsut began in 1478 BCE when she married Pharaoh Thutmose ll at age 12. When her […]

Should We Live In Outer Space

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Many people want to live in outer space, especially on the moon and on mars. But my opinion says it is not good to live in outer space for certain reasons. My reasons are: We don’t know what the effect to humans in outer space is for the long term. We don’t know how our […]

Places You Should Visit In Cairo

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Hello:) Today I am going to tell you many places you should visit in Egypt. 1. Giza Pyramid 2. The Egyptian Museum 3. Khan al Khalil 4. Salah Al-Din Al-Ayoubi Castle: 5. Cairo tower: The Cairo Tower is a free-standing concrete tower in Cairo, Egypt. At 187 m, it is the tallest structure in Egypt and […]

Debate: No Guns

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My teacher and I debated about guns. I was against guns, and he was for guns. We argued about six points: 1. More than 1,000 school children died in school shootings since 1970. 2. If people have guns, they can protect themselves from burglars or other criminals. 3. Each day twelve children die from gun […]

The Six Kingdoms Of Life

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Even though there are over 8 million different species in the world, they can all be classified into only six different general classes that share similar traits. It is an amazing fact that connects all life together. Before microscopes were discovered biologists only thought there were two classes of life – plants and animals. The […]

Parts Of The Brain

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The brain is divided into three parts. You basically live in your brain and it controls your body. Cerebellum: The cerebellum is capable of muscle balance and coordination, like walking. Brain stem: Basic life support. The brain stem is in charge of things like breathing, heart beats, and blood pressure that keep you alive. Cerebrum: […]

Malala Yousafzai

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This post is about Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani student and education activist, who is known for her activism for girls’ and women’s rights. Malala is the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize at the age of 17. Quick Facts: Name: Malala Yousafzai Birth date: July 12, 1997 Birthplace: Mingora, Pakistan Education: Lady Margaret […]

Types Of Clouds

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Below is a list of the most common types of cloud formations. Stratocumulus Stratus Cumulonimbus Nimbostratus Altocumulus Altostratus Cumulus Cirrostratus Cirrocumulus Cirrus Scud Clouds Watch the video below to learn more about these types of clouds.

Photosynthesis Experiment

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This is an experiment about photosynthesis which is the process where plants use light to make sugar (glucose) that they can later use as food. Materials: 500 ml beaker 3 petri dishes test tubes alcohol iodine (I) dropper forceps beaker tongs stove sugar and starch 3 leaves (1green, 1 white, 1 green and white) 25 […]

Homemade Freezer Experiment

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In this experiment we will create a homemade freezer and make ice cream. Ice cream requires very cold temperatures below freezing to come out well. Salt will be used to lower the freezing point of ice. Materials: A bag of ice cubes A cup of salt (NaCl) 200ml milk Ice cream powder String rod Beaker […]

How to Make Polymers (Slime)?

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This experiment is about polymers and we will make slime to create one. Polymers are formed from long chains of molecules that keep repeating themselves. Here is an example of a polymer with repeating molecules connected together. Slime is also a polymer. Materials: Deep bowl White glue  Shaving cream Food color Spoon Hand wash Experiment: […]

pH Examples

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The normal pH of soap is between 7 to 10 Ph. The normal pH of saliva is between 2 to 7.6 Ph. The normal pH of water is between 5 and 8.5 Ph on a scale of 0 to 14. The normal pH of the mucus in our stomach is between 1 to 2. The […]