Faces on Money
There are many famous people printed on our money. You might want to read some of their biographies. In the meantime, play this fun money game, “Roll Some Change!”
If you have time, look up a biography about Marie Curie. She was a famous scientist. She studied many things including chemistry and physics.
Here are some fun experiments to try at home!
Maybe you would like to read a biography of a famous basketball player. If you like basketball you might like these drills from the Jr. NBA!
Georgia O’Keeffe was a famous American artist. She is best known for painting flowers, skyscrapers, animal skulls, and southwestern landscapes. You might want to learn more about her. Right now, you can try out her style by painting (or coloring) a flower in this tutorial.
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