Mistletoe

Today I am blogging about why we hang mistletoe in our houses at Christmas time. Hope you enjoy Hanging it in the house started with the ancient Druids. It was meant to ward away bad spirits and bring good luck to the house. Also in Norse mythology it is used as a sign of friendship and love,…

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Random thoughts

1.Boxes|Boxes are used to store and ship stuff. But kids, We have another Idea which is make a house in it or hide in it. I never done it but I’ve tried. You can also ride in them with someone pulling on it or you get on it after pushing it down a snowy hill….

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Why we have Christmas trees.

    Today I will blog about where the idea of Christmas trees came from. The idea came from most likely Eastern Europe 1000 years ( Im not entirely the time is true so if any of you have any more realistic numbers let me know ) ago which was when most people hung pieces…

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Call of Duty WWII

Hello everyone, At the end of this blog I’m going to give a short explanation of why I didn’t write tomorrow. have a great day -London by the title you already know what I’m talking about. If you don’t know what Call of duty: WWII (Cod for short) is then I’ll tell you. It is…

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Neptune

  This is my last blog about the planets in our solar system I hope you enjoy my blog about Neptune. Neptune is the Greek god of the sea and earthquakes Poseidon is the name the ancient Romans gave him. But originally it was named Le Verrier because Jean Joseph Le Verrier is who discovered Neptune. The name…

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Neodymium

Neodymium is a element that is commonly associated with Neodymium Magnets. There atomic number is 60 and it is located next to Praseodymium and Promethium. Something cool about neodymium is that it is classified as rare earth even though it is not then rare and is as common as copper and most of Neodymium is…

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Uranus

    Today I will be blogging about Uranus, I hope you enjoy my blog. Uranus has 13 rings. and 27 moons, the biggest moons name is Titania and size is 490 miles or 788.579 Kilometers. Its smallest moon is named Cupid and it size is 11 miles large/18 Kilometers. Uranus is the Greek god of…

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