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Exploring the Periodic Table Worksheet

This Exploring the Periodic Table Worksheet was designed for middle and high school students who need extra practice understanding the many features of the Periodic Table. Key vocabulary includes Dmitri Mendeleev, atomic number, chemical symbol, atomic mass, period, group, family, protons, neutrons, electrons, metals, nonmetals, and metalloids. This double-sided worksheet features a helpful content summary at the top which students can refer back to while they’re working if they need help.

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Watson's Blog (link)...IT EXISTS!!!<<<OMG AND IF YOU CLICK ON SHERLOCK'S COMENTS ON THE RIGHT SIDE IT WILL SHOW YOU A LINK TO HIS WEBSITE AAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH <-- you can bet that I will be looking at this later.

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See plot summary for non-spoiler summarized description. The Blind Side is based on the remarkable true story of Baltimore Ravens' offensive left tackle Michael Oher (Quinton Aaron). Michael grew up in the inner city housing projects with his mother in Memphis, Tennessee aptly named "Hurt Village." ©google

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from Designer Daily: graphic and web design blog

10 Amazing Cold War Propaganda Posters

This poster, which appears on the front cover of David Crowley’s “Posters of the Cold War” book, depicts the USA and USSR, side-by-side, as identical Superman characters. It implies that each nation is simply a mirror image of the other and that both are equally harmful and destructive. Cieslewicz uses the Superman character as a symbol of masculinity, machismo and the ridiculousness of the Cold War in general.

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The rising tide of cheap credit, default credit swaps, and other contributors to the continuing global financial crisis are, for most of us, too complex to grasp. But author and finance journalist Lewis knows how to explain those intricacies, even if it requires coming up with characters so weird and cartoonish they almost certainly had to be faked. They weren't.