Why Do Bees Have Queens?

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Did you know that honeybees are important for our ecosystem’s survival? They help pollinate plants that produce food for us and many animals. Without them, our ecosystem could collapse. So, we owe them a lot! But have you ever wondered how they work together to keep their colony safe? Honeybees live in hives with a […]

All About Tigers!!!!

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Tigers are awesome creatures and I really love them. Here’s some stuff about them – COMMON NAME: Bengal Tiger SCIENTIFIC NAME: Panthera tigris tigris TYPE: Mammals DIET: Carnivore (meat eaters) AVERAGE LIFE SPAN IN THE WILD: 8 to 10 years SIZE: Head and body: 5 to 6 feet; tail: 2 to 3 feet WEIGHT: 240 to 500 pounds Cool Tiger Facts: […]

How Is Snow Made?

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When we hear about winter, the first thing we most likely associate with it is snow. Imagine the ground blanketed in white, fluffy cold ice crystals. And when you also try to catch the snow fluttering down the sky, you’ll notice each snowflake with unique patterns.  You’ll also see people shoveling, hear the crunch of […]

Reasons Why YouTube Ruins Your Attention Span

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YouTube has become a popular platform where people watch and create videos sharing their everyday lives, doing pranks, 24-hour challenges, and so much more. However, YouTube shorts ruin your attention span. You may be thinking, “Bookworm234, that doesn’t make any sense.” Well, let me explain. These shorts are only around 15-60 seconds. You can scroll […]

Why the Nordic Countries Have Similar Flags

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Hej Guys, It’s Carly.One thing that the Nordic countries, as a whole, are known for is their extremely similar flags.Because a lot of people are confused by the Nordic flags, This post will explain the Nordic flags, why they are very similar, and other things. The Daneborg – Standard Nordic Cross The Nordic flags, all […]

Why Do We Have A Leap Year, And Why Does It Have 366 Days?

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We’re almost at February 29, a special date that only comes around once every four years.  It’s a leap day—an extra day that gets added to the end of February of the calendar every four years.  It’s pretty cool, don’t you think? Normally, we have 365 days a year, but we get an extra day […]

Common Nordic Misconceptions Explained

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Hey Everyone, It’s Carly.I’ve noticed that my articles aren’t that popular anymore, I mean Kidznetters just care about the Animal stories, but I decided to do something by answering common misconceptions about Nordic Countries. Please Read this. 1# –  Åland: Swedish or Finnish? Åland Islands is a region that is just a group of tiny […]

The Sweet History of Marshmallows

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Marshmallows are a favored treat that people of all ages enjoy. They’re sweet, delicious, and creamy, not to mention pillowy when you squish or bite down on them!  Whether it’s toasted over a campfire, melted into hot cocoa, dipped in chocolate fondue, used as a filling for baked goods, or topping for ice cream, marshmallows […]

The Psychology of Comfort Foods: Why We Crave Certain Foods When Stressed or Sad

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Have you ever found yourself craving your favorite comfort food when you’re down or stressed?  If you have, don’t worry. You’re not alone. We’ve all been there. I do, too! Maybe it’s eating a slice of pizza or two, a big bowl of creamy pasta, a bag of chips, or hearty chicken noodle soup. Perhaps […]

Where Does Oil Come From? The Myth About Fossil Fuels and Dinosaurs Debunked

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Oil is an important resource that you can see everywhere around us. It plays an essential part in the quality of our lives, and it’s hard to imagine a world without it.  From transportation and heating, to electricity and manufacturing essential products for our daily routine, like household appliances, computers, plastics, paint, and cosmetics, the […]

The Way West: How People Crossed the Prairie to Oregon

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Over 150 years ago, in the 1840s, thousands of families and individuals crossed the prairie all the way from Independence (Missouri) to the land known as Oregen, a place children and adults could only dream about. There was better soil, better places to build houses, and better everything. So everyone decided to pack up, get […]