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Week of November 12, 2001

Quote of the Week

"Today's children are Tomorrow's leaders. The passion they learn today will remain with them for a lifetime." -- Anonymous

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Picture of the Week

Welcome to the Second Grade! Come with Florence as she visits the wonderful, bright, and cheerful students of this second grade classroom. Here, the students learn all about history, heroes, reading, and so much more. Be a part of the fun. Learn more on your own by joining the Hero Clubhouse™ or learn more about Florence Nightingale.

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Feature Book in Association with amazon.com

The Gettysburg Address

This book is featured in Abe's Books. Celebrate the 138th Anniversary of the Gettysburg address on November 19! This book has very simple text and big pictures. Each page contains a few words from the Gettysburg Address and an image which relates to those words. Kids can remember the words and the images together. And pretty soon they will memorize "Four score and seven years ago…" This is a GREAT IDEA and a MUST HAVE BOOK!

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Trivia Question

This Week's Trivia Question:

Question: Where was Galileo born?

Last Week's Trivia Question:
Question: In what year was the Constitution of the United States ratified?
1789. In 1787, the Articles of Confederation governed the United States. Because these laws were ineffective, a Constitutional Convention was called in Philadelphia to revise the Articles of Confederation. The delegates, however, did not revise the Articles of Confederation. Instead, they drafted a new document to govern the United States called the
Constitution of the United States. The Constitution of the United States was ratified in 1789. It was a new and revolutionary idea. The Constitution states the power to govern is derived from the people, rather than the states, and it is the supreme law of the land. Read a book about the Constitution.

Photo: The Constitution of the United States.

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Did You Know…

Did you know
William Howard Taft was the President of the United States and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court?

Yes, William Howard Taft was the 27th President from 1909 to 1913, and he was the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court from 1921 to 1930.

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Who's Your Hero?

"My brothers and sisters are my heroes. I grew up in a very big family, and I enjoyed the friendships of all my brothers and sisters. They really made it fun to be a kid, and even more fun to be an adult. And I get to be an auntie to so many great nieces and nephews."
-- Thanks, Barbara

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Your Question

Q: What is a patent? (Nic R.)

A: A patent gives an inventor the exclusive right over the invention, usually for a period of time. A patent excludes other people from producing or making use of the invention without the inventor's permission. Did you know Thomas Alva Edison holds 1,093 patents for his inventions? This is the largest number of patents held by any one person. Read a book about Thomas Alva Edison.

Photo: Thomas Alva Edison and the Light Bulb.

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