Pictures are a wonderful way to document cemeteries and graveyards, from scenic views of the cemetery, to inscriptions of individual tombstones. It isn't always as easy as it seems, however, to achieve sharp, clear photographs of stones that may be centuries old. That old stone may be easy enough to read when you're standing just a few feet away, but capturing its three dimensional carving and inscriptions on a flat picture sometimes takes a bit of work.
Are you looking for a way to add some chemistry to the Christmas holiday? Here's a collection of chemistry projects and articles relating to Christmas and other winter holidays. You can make homemade real or artificial snow, holiday ornaments, and gifts and perform seasonal color change demonstrations.
Principals have difficult jobs. As the face and head of the school, they are responsible for the education each student under their care receives, and they set the tone of the school. They decide on staffing decisions and student discipline issues. 01 of 09 Provides Support Good teachers need to feel supported.
"Inchworm, inchworm, measuring the marigolds…" That classic children's song refers to the larvae of the geometer moths. The family name Geometridae comes from the Greek geo , meaning earth, and metron , meaning measure. These forest caterpillars serve as an important source of food for birds. All About Geometer Moths Geometer moths may be easiest to identify in the larval stage, thanks to their unusual appearance.
Spiro T. Agnew was a little known Republican politician from Maryland whose unlikely ascent to the vice presidency prompted many Americans in the late 1960s to wonder "Spiro who?" Agnew was an unremarkable figure known to speak in a "deadening monotone" who was nonetheless notorious for his combative relationship with the press and unwavering loyalty to his boss, President Richard M.
Starfish, which are more scientifically known as sea stars, don't have any visible body parts that look like eyes. So how do they see? While it may not look like starfish have eyes, they do, although they're not like our eyes. A starfish has eyespots that cannot see much in the way of details but can detect light and dark.