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 […]

Outsmarting Tricky Verbs

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“Cringe Verbs” Have you ever said any of these words? You might be surprised that none of them are even words! They are all errors. See if you know the correct forms. Incorrect  Attackted Brung Busted Clumb Creeped Drownded Et Aten Growed Snuck Stoled Throwed Thunk Drug Correct Attacked Brought Burst/Broke Climbed Crept Drowned Ate […]

Writing a Good Post About Events

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Today we are talking about how to write a good post about events. Your first paragraph should immediately tell the reader the time period and should give the topic of the whole post. Unfamiliar terms should be defined for the reader. Example: The main problem was that the Articles of Confederation, the plan of government adopted […]

This Is A Post About Forks

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Are there limits to what you can call a fork? There are three-pronged forks and four-pronged forks, so can a knife be classified as a sharp one-pronged fork? You use them both to stab things. Well, I guess knifes are more for slicing than cutting. CAN A SWORD BE CLASSIFIED AS A ONE-PRONGED SUPER-SHARP FORK? They are […]

Brain Drain: Here’s Why Demanding Mental Work Makes You Feel Tired

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We’ve all been there. After studying for several hours, you know you still have to finish homework and even study for your upcoming quiz, but you find it hard to concentrate on your lecture notes and books. You start to feel your eyelids droop, and your brain already feels fuzzy. You feel like you’re slowing […]

Writing a Good Post

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Think of a topic you want to write your post about. Research! Read books and look up articles on the internet. Make sure it is coming from a reliable source. Start organizing your ideas and facts! Ask yourself: What kind of a post is this going to be? Will it be short or long? Will […]

DEEP DIVE: How Imperialism Caused World War I…

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Imperialism, which is a policy of extending a country’s power and influence through diplomacy or military force, was a major contributing factor to European tensions leading up to the first world war because the effects of Imperialism caused European nations to compete for territory. Many nations gained influence at the expense of others, which ultimately […]

Beating Copyright: 5 Ways To Check For Plagiarism!

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Plagiarism is a huge issue on KidzNet, being the #1 reason why posts are rejected on the platform. If you’d like to learn about what plagiarism is, check out esie’s post on the subject. I think it’s really well-written and explains Plagiarism better than I could!  All that aside, let’s dive into ways you can […]

What’s the Difference between Duo and Duet in Music?

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Hello everyone! Again I need an answer from you. I am a student who is learning western music as my aesthetic subject. So now we are learning about Chamber Music and I was stuck with a question related to types of music. You all may know about the types – minuet, solo , duet , […]

Should Schools Have Exams?

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Aside from the debate about whether or not students should have school homework, another persistent matter has been discussed in the last few years: School Examinations. Examinations, mainly traditional or standardized tests, are commonly used to assess a students’ capabilities, knowledge, and level of intelligence. It’s a conventional system widely practiced in almost all schools […]