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Homeschooling Over The Holidays | My Approach to Homeschooling Through December | Raising A to Z How do I handle homeschooling over the Christmas season? In the past, we've taken the entire month off and just focused on ...
How to use MY HOMESCHOOL PLANNER See my suggestions on how to use the monthly and weekly planning section & tips for beginner homeschoolers. Get it here: ...
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Our December Homeschool and holiday plans | Fun Christmas plans for homeschool. Are you ready for some December homeschool fun? In this video, we will show you our December homeschool plans, and how ...
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FDA answers your questions about braces and how they've changed.
Many teens underestimate how easy it is to become addicted to nicotine. This raises concerns because young people are at greatest risk of nicotine addiction because their brains are still developing. Find out how you can help.
What’s New Online at the Library of Congress – November 202311/24/2023 11:11 AM ESTInterested in learning more about what’s new in the Library of Congress’ digital collections? The Signal blog shares updates on new additions to our digital collections and we love showing off all the hard work of our colleagues from across the Library.� Read on for a sample of what’s been added recently and some of our favorite …body {font-size: 1em; font-family: Arial, Verdana, sans-serif; font-weight: normal; font-style: normal; color: #333333;}
News from the Library of CongressFriends of the Library of Congress,� Materials from the Musical ‘Hadestown' and More friends locBe A Friend + Vote for the 2024 Friends Choice Awards!What does a preservation makeover really look like?� How does supporting librarians serving the blind and print disabled worldwide build accessible collections?� Where do you begin celebrating Africana food and foodways?� Help us find out!� Be a friend and Vote for your choice in the 2024 Friends' Choice Awards.� � � � The Friends' Choice Award recognizes the project donors most want to fund.� You get to decide!� If you're already a Friend of the Library - check your email for the voting link. If you are not a Friend - join today! Memberships begin at $50 annually. Learn more about the proposals and vote for the one you want to see come to life.Be a Friend + Vote today!HadestownMaterials from the Musical ‘Hadestown' Added to Library of Congress CollectionsThe Library of Congress has added rare materials from the development of the Tony Award-winning musical “Hadestown” to its collections, thanks to a donation from the show's Tony Award-winning creator, singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell.Learn more.Koussevitzky FoundationLibrary Announces 2023 Music Commissions from Koussevitzky FoundationThe Serge Koussevitzky Music Foundation in the Library of Congress has awarded commissions for new musical works to six composers. The commissions are granted jointly by the foundation and the performing organizations that will present the world premiere of each work.Learn more. George Chauncey, Historian of LGBTQ+ Life and Kluge Prize Recipient, Releases New Video Series “Through History to Equality”George Chauncey, recipient of the 2022 John W. Kluge Prize for Achievement in the Study of Humanity, released three videos today with the Library of Congress examining the experiences of LGBTQ+ Americans. These are now available to watch on loc.gov and the Library's YouTube channel.Learn more.GC The Wright Brothers History Takes Wing at the LibraryAt 10:35 on the morning of Dec. 17, 1903, on a remote sand dune in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, mankind flew for the first time. Orville Wright piloted a homemade airplane powered by a homemade engine for a few wobbly seconds while his brother and co-creator Wilbur ran alongside the right wingtip. “Success four flights thursday morning” Orville telegraphed their father back home in Dayton, Ohio. The world would never be the same. Humans flew to the moon 65 years later.Read more in the latest issue of the Library of Congress Magazine.
As we announced last week, Chronicling America is in the process of transitioning from the legacy Chronicling America interface to a new Chronicling America interface and back-end search infrastructure. Read more about it.Through its enhanced search interface, the� new Chronicling America offers more options to search the collection than the old Chronicling America.In the old Chronicling America interface, the simple search is on the home page.� On the new Chronicling America interface, the simple search is available at the top of every page within this digital collection. Note "This Collection" is automatically populated in the top search bar on the "About this Collection" page.� To access the Advanced Search, on the old interface, click on the "Advanced Search" tab. In this tab, you can refine your search by state, title, years or date range, language, and by doing multiple types of keyword searches.� To access the new Advanced Search, click on the "Collection Items" tab and click the "plus" button next to "Advanced Search."� After the Advanced Search is expanded, you can search by title, issue, or page. Select "Pages" to search within the full text of the collection's newspapers and to filter by language. You can still do multiple types of keyword searches and narrow your search by State/Province, County, City, and Title. For example, if you want to search only Arkansas titles, select "Arkansas" from the "State/Province" drop-down menu and only Arkansas titles will appear in the "Title" field. You can also narrow the new advanced search by ethnicity, such as African American, German, or Polish, and narrow your search by date.� Once you hit "Search," you can further narrow your results using the facets on the left sidebar, for example, by title, date, county, or ethnicity. This is a new feature that the old interface was not able to do.� Try out a search in the new Chronicling America interface today!� The Chronicling America� historic newspapers online collection is a product of the� National Digital Newspapers Program� and jointly sponsored by the Library and the� National Endowment for the Humanities.
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