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  Why are some people more successful than others? Before answering this question, what is the definition of success? Success means different things to different people. Think of Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Albert Einstein, Warren Buffet, Dhirubhai Ambani, Steve Jobs, … Continue reading

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  To measure sunshine, weathermen use a Campbell Stokes sunshine recorder. This is a glass ball which concentrates sunshine on to a thick piece of card. The sunshine burns a mark on the card which shows the number of hours … Continue reading

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  Grab Bag I Trivia   Which of the following is not a trick you can do with a yo-yo? Whirlyloops, Around the world or Walk the dog? Which animal has the most neck bones? What country does tennis come … Continue reading

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Grab Bag Trivia Free Trivia Questions – Printable Trivia   –  He is buried in London.What is on the tombstone of Benedict Arnold? – There are no natives on these islands.Who owns the South Sandwich Islands? – He died as … Continue reading

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                                                              Science trivia for fun           DODD MIddle School Test your general science knowledge with these trivia questions. Click on the link below for the answers. (no cheating) 1. What is the only mammal that can’t jump? 2. What is a shark’s … Continue reading

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Space Facts Read some fun space facts for kids and find out more about astronomy, the Moon, planets, our Sun, the Milky Way galaxy, our Universe and much more. Children will love the cool, crazy, strange, funny, weird, odd, bizarre … Continue reading

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