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A wise man once said, “Learn something new every day.” We might not know a lot about the world yet compared to how much is out there, but we always discover new things about it. What’s useless info to some is, to others, cool, amazing fun facts that make the world a stimulating and awe-inspiring place. Are you one of those people who love collecting unexpected pieces of knowledge? If so, prepare to have your mind blown with these interesting fun facts that will amaze adults and kids alike.
Definition of fact:
noun. something that actually exists; reality; truth:
Your fears have no basis in fact. something known to exist or to have happened: Space travel is now a fact. a truth known by actual experience or observation; something known to be true: Scientists gather facts about plant growth. Enjoy reading interesting facts? You can see previously posted daily fun facts here
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TODAY’S DID YOU KNOW...?
One in ten of Britain's train carriages flushes toilet waste right onto the tracks.
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Is it fair to say that Paddington Bear is a foodie? Or perhaps he's only an eater. Either way, we like his style. No matter what mischief he's up to, it always seems to be food motivated. This sleep set is the perfect way for your little one to flaunt their love of snacks. The pajama set includes a pair with a Paddington Bear scatter pattern and one with a print of Paddington waving hello. The fitted pajamas are the perfect PJs for long mornings spent breakfasting and watching cartoons. Just don't be surprised when your little one starts asking for seconds on marmalade toast!
TODAY’S AMAZING FACT:
The doctor who performed Napoleon Bonaparte's autopsy supposedly sliced off his penis as a keepsake. According to the most popular story, Napoleon's dismembered member made its way from st. Helena to Coscia to Britain to New York, where it was displayed at a museum. In 1977, it was purchased by a New Jersey urologist who verified that the item was, in fact, a penis - but we still don't know for sure that it was Napoleon's.
History tends to judge historical figures in extremes: Genghis Khan was a barbarian! Martin Luther was a religious hero! As teachers, it's tempting at times to present the world as black and white to our students: good or evil, friend or foe, hero or villain. Use this Napoleon Bonaparte mini-poster to encourage students to take off the rose-colored glasses and see beyond the established historical narratives, into the real world of gray. ©2017. Middle school, high school. 11 x 17 inches. Cardstock.
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You'll have to forgive us. We're a little confused. Someone got really excited about our Bon Apart costume, and we're really confused. Did we miss something? Are we talking bonbons here or something else entirely? Oh! Bonaparte. Well, that makes more sense... sort of. We're talking Napoleon, right? that short Russian dude who had something to do with water? What? French? Oh. Well, that is starting to sound a bit more familiar. Wasn't he a king or something? Right. Emperor (like that's any different). Ooh! Wait! He was the super short one, wasn't he? There we go. It's all coming back to us now. He was French but got his butt kicked by the Russians, and then he was defeated at Waterloo. That's what it was. You'll have to forgive our historical ignorance. We promise we're not completely out-of-the-loop, it just that we have so many fabulous costumes from so many eras and for so many different people, the details get a little scrambled sometimes. But our costumes are still on point!