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Take the Mystery Out of LA Museums: 6 Discussion Questions for Kids

Take the Mystery Out of LA Museums: 6 Discussion Questions for Kids

Taking your kids to a museum can be an educational and fun experience for the whole family -- as long as you plan it correctly! You can easily encourage your child’s interest and make the opportunity an enriching and entertaining one if you keep some discussion questions in mind for both during the visit and on the drive home. Start with these questions: WHO? Who created the exhibit or piece of art? Identifying the “who” often leads to follow-up questions regarding the when, why, and how … Read More

Take the Mystery Out of LA Museums: 6 Discussion Questions for Kids
Taking your kids to a museum can be an educational and fun experience for the whole family -- as long as you plan it correctly! You can easily encourage your child’s interest and make the opportunity an enriching and entertaining one if you keep some discussion questions in mind for both during the visit and on the drive home. Start with these questions: WHO? Who created the exhibit or piece of art? Identifying the “who” often leads to follow-up questions regarding the when, why, and how
You Will Love These Vintage Covers of Modern Pop Songs
If you've got an old soul or nostalgic tastes, these music videos from Postmodern Jukebox are about to become your new addiction. Postmodern Jukebox takes new pop hits and basically runs them through a time machine. For example, what if Lana Del Rey sang "Young and Beautiful" in the 1920s? Got chills? Try Ellie Goulding's "Burn" in the style of a '60s girl group to warm up: Once upon a time, Doo Wop was as rebellious as Miley Cyrus. In the Postmodern Jukebox, "We Can't Stop" get
How Many Spanish Speakers Are in Your State?
Spanish is quickly becoming a prominent language in the US -- in fact, it's estimated that there are now more than 54 million Spanish language speakers throughout the country, accounting for almost 20% of the entire US population! These stats alone are a compelling reason to learn Spanish as a second language. But it's also interesting to look at how the language has grown over the years. The infographic below, put together by Day Translations (with data from the US census, Pew Research Cente
North Korea vs. South Korea: Language and Cultural Differences
Although Korean is the official language of both North and South Korea, there are noticeable differences in the dialect of the two nations. Here, we will examine these differences so you can gain a better overall understanding of the Korean language...  North Korea and South Korea were originally divided across the 38th Parallel, then later, along the Demarcation line. The division, a result of the end of Japanese rule following World War II, pitted the two nations in a bitter battle. Som
5 Excellent Online Resources for Singers
As you learn how to improve your singing voice with private lessons, you can also make the most of your time in between the lessons with helpful online resources, websites, and videos. Read on as Gambrills, MD teacher Shannon F. shares some of her favorites...   The Internet is a big place. There are so many websites, videos, and blogs for singers of all ages and ability levels. Sifting through them can be daunting, but having too many helpful resources is a good problem for students

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