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 Page last updated 22 Oct 2021


GM Schneid

ALL 5 VOLCANOES IN FULL VIEW.
MT.ST. HELENS, MT. RAINER, MT. ADAMS, MT. HOOD, AND MT. JEFFERSON

Going in Earth Science and in Volcanoes

 



Going in Animals

Native American Heritage Day from Native Hope
"We are on a journey to break down the barriers that have
threatened to silence the Native American voices that deserve
to be heard and acknowledged. We invite you to join us in
sharing inspirational stories of hope, love, power, and fortitude.
Stories of real people fighting to hold on to their heritage while
striving towards a future where their culture and their people thrive.
Going in NATIVE AMERICANS and FIRST NATIONS

 

Relentless Indigenous Woman
Every child matters -
September 30th was the Day for Truth and Reconciliation,
also known as Orange Shirt Day.
If you’re an Indigenous ally, take this day [and every day] to learn
more about the historical and current realities of Indigenous Peoples.

For content on Residential Schools, visit the following sites:
https://legacyofhope.ca
https://nctr.ca/.../teaching.../residential-school-history/
https://education.afn.ca/.../learnin.../residential-schools/
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#EveryChildMatters #ResidentialSchools #TruthBeforeReconciliation
#OrangeShirtDay #MoreThanOneDay

These little ones are still missing their mommies...
Their remains need to be sent home to their people.
One little one whispered to the others;
"Ssssshh... they've found us."



Going in NATIVE AMERICANS and FIRST NATIONS

 

 

 


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Going in Health

 

DonorsChoose Teachers, ask and you may receive! Sort of like grants, without the paperwork! "Here, teachers submit ideas for materials or experiences that their student need to learn." Individual or corporate donors then "choose a project and make it a classroom reality." NOT a government or NGO grant site! Teachers and donors, click on Help to submit a request or to contribute. Now with a video starring Michelle Obama, Colbert, and Oprah! This site works!

 

Ryan MurphyAntman's Hill ®

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT:
These are “Orb Weaver” spiders. They are large (about 1/2” to 3/4” body length),
and they usually appear in late summer and early fall. Right about now,
in other words. This is their time of year to build webs and find mates.
They are 99% HARMLESS TO HUMANS. THEIR VENOM IS NON-TOXIC TO US.
THEY ARE DOCILE AND NON-AGGRESSIVE.
THEY ALMOST NEVER, EVER EVEN BITE!!!!
I know they’re scary looking, but they are our allies, not enemies.
They devour insect pests that plague us. Also, they're mostly active at night
- they rest in their webs during the day.
For some reason, the paranoia about these beautiful creatures has reached
a fever pitch on my social media this year. If you see one, CHILL OUT.
It’s not interested in you. If you walk into its web accidentally, don’t panic.
Apologize and move on. So be kind. Be informed. Let them do their thing.

Going in Animals

 

Going in Animals

 


Robert McAngus The McAngus Clan

Bronze Age Bodies Found Under Primary School in Edinburgh
Archaeologists have found two Bronze Age bodies beneath a
primary school in Newhaven, Edinburgh, and they believe
there may be many more.
The ancient remains were found during a routine survey ahead
of a carrying out a building extension to the school.
Archaeologists were stunned when they came across the burial
plots, which have been dated to approximately 2,000 BC.
The skeletons were found lying on their sides in a crouching position,
an ancient tradition relating to the belief that the deceased were
merely resting before waking in the afterlife. They were often
buried with pots containing food and drink to sustain them for the
journey to the next world.
“It’s a definite style which is very indicative of a prehistoric burial,”
said John Lawson, archaeology officer at Edinburgh City Council.
Crouched burials were often oriented north-south, and there were
typically strict rules determining the position and grave goods of
the deceased, depending on their gender and social status.
Females were placed as a rule on their right side with their head
towards the south; males were on their left side with their head
towards the north, thus both would face east, towards the rising sun.
News reports of the Newhaven discovery have not announced the
positions of the two individuals that were found.
Dr Alison Sheridan, principal curator of early prehistory at the
National Museums of Scotland, believes the two graves may be
part of a nationally significant network of burial plots and that a
Bronze Age settlement probably existed near to where Edinburgh
is now. She hopes that, if the skeletons are well preserved enough,
they will provide a treasure trove of information, such as age, gender,
diet, where they came from, and possibly how they died. “What’s
interesting is that, although Edinburgh is quite built up, you
occasionally get these magic moments which provide a window
to the past,” she said.

Going in Ancient History/Archaeology


Hi, kids! I'm Dakota! I am the newest Brittany here at
Good Sites for Kids! I'm a retired hunter and a mama.
My fur-sister Lillian and I are American Brittanies, both
rescues, and are both South Dakota natives. When
we're not helping out on the site, we patrol outdoors,
chase rabbits and squirrels, woof at kids at the
playground, rack out on our beds, ask
for
treats,
and hang out with our humans!

 

 

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