When I was in Bozeman, Montana last summer for the Project Archaeology Leader Academy, I had opportunity to visit this well-known museum: The Museum of the Rockies. The link below contains a quilt coloring book & digital jigsaw puzzle. :)
From their website:
Explore the cultural history of Montana, Idaho, & Wyoming with Museum of the Rockies staff & program partners. As a research institution, MOR’s focus is on our collection of historic regional artifacts with the purpose of telling the stories of the people who have lived and continue to live in the northern Rockies.
GPB connects millions of Georgians every day through television, radio, digital initiatives & innovative educational programming. In this time of social distancing, they believe that it’s even more important to find safe ways to stay connected to neighbors & spread joy in our communities. To that end, they've launched the #myGAneighborhood campaign.
Share photos of the creative ways that you & your friends are spreading joy in your neighborhood & community! Challenge your friends & neighbors to share their photos as well! They want to see your window decorations, chalk art, neighborhood scavenger hunts, recycled holiday decorations…& whatever other creative things you are doing. GPB will be tracking submissions & sharing some of their favorites on social media & in special television segments.
Click the link below to see how easy it is to participate through the link, Instagram, Twitter, &/or Facebook!
Hank Aaron broke Babe Ruth's Homeroom record on April 8. 1974.
With live sports events shut down by the coronavirus pandemic, a lot of old games are being re-aired on television and the Internet. And here’s one particularly worth watching: the Braves-Dodgers game of April 8, 1974.
That was the historic game, of course, in which Hank Aaron hit his 715th home run to break Babe Ruth’s career record.
Starting at 7 p.m. Wednesday on their Facebook and YouTube platforms, the Braves will mark the 46th anniversary of that momentous feat by showing the game again in its entirety.
Check this out for vegetables you can re-grow from the scraps!
Ms. D :-)
Just a middle school world studies teacher (who happens to be a little bit weird & a little bit cool) sharing resources for her students during the COVID-19 Distance Learning adventure of Spring 2020! As I often say, we are LIVING SOCIAL STUDIES! :)