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Not Your Average Saturday: The Inaugural Day of Service Is Your Chance For Greatness

Not Your Average Saturday: The Inaugural Day of Service Is Your Chance For Greatness | Living | Scoop.it
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Stevia chewing gum appeals to ‘natural’ ingredients trend, says Cargill

Stevia chewing gum appeals to ‘natural’ ingredients trend, says Cargill | Living | Scoop.it
Cargill has developed a stevia chewing gum that it claims will appeal to consumers looking for natural ingredients.
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Our Place in the World

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Tags: scale, K12, location. 


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Jacqueline Landry's curator insight, December 15, 2013 10:21 AM

As I am almost finished with my teacher degree I always look for great ideas that will help the students I will teach some day. This will be great for kids to get the concept of location and scale.  Scale is critical to know where something is, This is a great frame of reference.  

Luke Walker's curator insight, October 3, 2014 3:48 AM

An easy way to understand scale and location.

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Infographic: Why Don't Americans Recycle? - Environment - GOOD

Infographic: Why Don't Americans Recycle? - Environment - GOOD | Living | Scoop.it
Just half of Americans recycle daily, and 13 percent don't recycle at all.
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What is PepsiCo Buying With Donations to Communities of Color? - New America Media

What is PepsiCo Buying With Donations to Communities of Color? - New America Media | Living | Scoop.it
New America Media is a nationwide association of over 3000 ethnic media organizations representing the development of a more inclusive journalism.
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Colombia Has 100 Tiny Libraries in Public Parks - Culture - GOOD

Colombia Has 100 Tiny Libraries in Public Parks - Culture - GOOD | Living | Scoop.it
Forget your worries about the future of print for a second and admire Colombia's charming outdoor reading centers.
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Improve USA: Aloe is already the biggest botanical on the planet, but it’s about to get even bigger…

Improve USA: Aloe is already the biggest botanical on the planet, but it’s about to get even bigger… | Living | Scoop.it
It might be gracing the functional beverages aisles in Costco and Trader Joe’s, but if you “ask Joe in the street what Aloe Vera is, he’ll still say it’s something you put on your skin when you have sunburn”, says the new boss of Aloe ingredients...
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Kids Educational App: The Monster at the End of This Book – iGameMom — iGameMom

Kids Educational App: The Monster at the End of This Book – iGameMom — iGameMom | Living | Scoop.it
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Read Books and Juggle Everything Else: The Remarkable Loon

Read Books and Juggle Everything Else: The Remarkable Loon | Living | Scoop.it
Today at the Library Read Books and Juggle Everything Else: The Remarkable Loon: Program Change: We are excited ...
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FREE: Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Road Rally appisode – iGameMom — iGameMom

FREE: Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Road Rally appisode – iGameMom — iGameMom | Living | Scoop.it
FREE for Limited Time: Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Road Rally appisode...
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Women In The News

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  By Matthew Philips on May 04, 2012   Black Women Continue Making Job Gains Digging through the demographic data in the latest job numbers, one of the clear winners of the last few months ha...
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Haute dogs: The humble hot dog is officially going gourmet

Haute dogs: The humble hot dog is officially going gourmet | Living | Scoop.it
The humble hot dog has been transformed into a gourmet delight as Britons call for posh dogs.
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Hostess is going out of business, putting 18,500 out of work | News | Financial Post

Hostess is going out of business, putting 18,500 out of work | News | Financial Post | Living | Scoop.it
Hostess Brands, the bankrupt maker of Twinkies and Wonder Bread, said it had sought court permission to go out of business after failing to get wage and benefit cuts from thousands of its striking bakery workers...
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Hold On Tight, Smartphone Mugging Is More Popular Than Ever

Hold On Tight, Smartphone Mugging Is More Popular Than Ever | Living | Scoop.it
When you get a flashy, fancy new phone, of course you're going to want to use it, but you better be careful how and where; new reports show smartphone theft is getting super popular.
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Arctic melting at 'amazing' speed

Arctic melting at 'amazing' speed | Living | Scoop.it
BBC science editor David Shukman reports from Svalbard in Norway, where scientists say they are amazed by the speed at which Arctic sea ice is melting.
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Are President Obama and Other Trailblazers Victims of the 'First Black' Syndrome? - New America Media

Are President Obama and Other Trailblazers Victims of the 'First Black' Syndrome? - New America Media | Living | Scoop.it
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School Budgets, Student Health to Benefit from Higher Nutrition Standards, HIA Finds | Health Impact Project

School Budgets, Student Health to Benefit from Higher Nutrition Standards, HIA Finds | Health Impact Project | Living | Scoop.it
First health impact assessment to inform a federal rule; HIA examines impact of updated USDA standards for snack and a la carte foods and beverages.
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Potential School Sports Cuts Would Hit Students on Many Levels - New America Media

Potential School Sports Cuts Would Hit Students on Many Levels - New America Media | Living | Scoop.it
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Craig Venter’s Bugs Might Save the World

Craig Venter’s Bugs Might Save the World | Living | Scoop.it
The controversial scientist is convinced that the planet’s biggest problems can be solved by its tiniest organisms. It’s just a matter of creating the right ones.

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My Journey Through Fitness ~ Brian Schwarz

My Journey Through Fitness ~ Brian Schwarz | Living | Scoop.it
Fighting Obesity One Day at a Time When I was a kid growing up in the Washington, DC suburbs, I was pretty active. Typically, I would ride my bike until it was dark every day after school. In the s...
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