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25 Famous Mysteries (That No One Realizes Were Solved)

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15 Famous 'Paranormal' Photos (Explained by Science)

True to our calling, our readers help us debunk some of the world's most bizarre paranormal pictures.

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19 Brutally Honest Teacher Confessions

Brutally Honest Teacher Confession

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10 famous geniuses and their drugs of choice

Drugs and creativity


Some of the dumbest things people say to teachers…

funny-teachers-crazy-things-answers. My personal favorite is the last question! A high school senior asked me that one time. Just once.

pickles and ketchups--On Fridays, place them on the board. Anyone who has turned in all of their assignments is a "pickle" so write their name under the pickle sign. Anyone who is missing an assignment has their name placed under the ketchup bottle. Pickles can "pick" a fun game or activity, while "ketchups" catch up on missing work. It is amazing how quickly assignments come in!

If you are looking for a short play to do during Black History Month, choose one that has already been a hit. This play was performed in front of 1200 people. It gives the positive side of African American History from a young person's perspective. Once you buy this product, you will have full license to perform this play royalty free as long as you give the author credit.

Letting feet stay busy..... students can push on the band while sitting in their chair. This will help the child who needs constant movement.

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The World If There Were Only 100 People

The world population recently reached the 7 billion milestone; you are one in 7 billion. If that huge number is scaled down to just 100 individuals, see who makes up the world.

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13 Comidas que no son realmente mexicanas

13 Dishes That Aren't Actually Mexican - - #CelebrityNews, #Comedians, #Comedy, #Funny, #FunnyNews, #Jokes

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How Cultured Are You, by 1950s Standards?

The three questionnaires below come from Ashley Montagu's 1958 book, The Cultured Man. Montagu—a well-respected anthropologist and former student of Franz Boas, who was influential in his profession's midcentury rejection of the idea of innate racial hierarchy—wrote many popular books, of which The Cultured Man is one.