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It is sometimes claimed that we owe pure mathematics to Pythagoras, and he is often called the first ‘true’ mathematician. But, although his contribution was clearly important, he nevertheless remains a controversial figure. He left no mathematical writings himself, and much of what we know about Pythagorean thought...
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Chemistry is an amazing subject which combines a number of different sciences, attempting to make sense of the complicated world we live in. Try our fun chemistry quiz and see what you really know about topics such as organic chemistry, atoms, reactions, acids and bases. It’s a good practice test for kids or students with an upcoming exam...
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Some people can't fit in. They try to, but something stops them. There could be classmates like this. If you belong to a clique, you may find that other students try to belong to this clique. Often, what happens is that such students are laughed at and ridiculed.
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Butterflies…Those trembling beauties, which are coquetting with flowers in our gardens for hours,are not strangers to any of us. Butterflies are brightly colored flying insects with two pairs of large wings that vary in patterns and colors from one another. Butterfly wings are made of very thin layers of a hardened protein called chitin and are covered with overlapping...
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It is a 2,969,907 square meters area which makes it the sixth biggest country in the world. Its neighboring countries include Indonesia, east Timor, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Island, Vanuatu and New Zealand. It is an Island filled with huge mountains and forests. The national language is English and the national animal is kangaroo.
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Bread, in one form or another, has been one of the principal forms of food for man from earliest times. The trade of the baker, then, is one of the oldest crafts in the world. Loaves and rolls have been found in ancient Egyptian tombs. In the British Museum’s Egyptian galleries, you can see actual loaves which were made and...
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The dawn of the April 4,  a day like no other was to mark an important milestone in the history of Al Iman Schools. The pre-event hype, release of the event trailer and social media updates materialized into a full house at the Bishop’s College auditorium with all tickets sold out –Alhamdulillaah! With the timely arrival of the chief guest...
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Airhead is a teen-fiction novel about a girl named Em Watts, whose life is changed forever when a plasma LED screen TV falls on top of her, (almost) killing her. Emerson Watts, 'Em' for short, is a normal teenager who's obsessed with Journeyquest and would rather spend the whole day playing it than making herself look pretty, something which all...
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We have to face many challenges in our lives. If you have done something wrong, you shouldn’t be afraid of. We have to face many problems when we grow up. It is nature. There are good and bad people in society. If you have done something wrong, you shouldn’t hide it. Then you can’t learn a lesson and correct the...…
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Wise people say that the honest look into the eyes of the people they talk to.  Maybe that’s because you can convey a lot of things with your eyes.  Even if someone were absolutely silent, you probably would be able to ‘read’ anger, joy, surprise, discomfort, disinterest or a host of other things in that person’s eyes. The same can...
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This is the third and final article about the computer history and generations. As mentioned last week, different generations of computer made the phenomenal present of computing. First, second and third generations created a stable platform for the fourth and fifth generations. Let’s go through those two generations with modern technology. 
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Let’s take simple stuff. The world is round. Agreed, because Copernicus said so. Water runs downhill. Agreed; that’s the natural order of things. Everyone thinks everyone knows everything.  We tend to believe what we see. We know why birds fly in flocks as sun dapples through a staunch of a Jambu tree. We know why dogs are chained. We...
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An important sector of health services is nursing and the International Nurses Day (IND) aims at celebrating and acknowledging the contribution made by nurses to society. The importance of nurses and the service they do to society is rarely recognized. They are often mere shadows to doctors, and a patient rarely remembers the name or face of a nurse after…
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Dolphins hold the trophy for being the most playful and intelligent creature in the Animal World.Even though dolphins spend their lives in the water, and almost look like fish, they are not fish, but are mammals.The name ‘dolphin’ comes from the word womb, and it is believed to be the Greek, saying for fish with a womb.Dolphins give birth to...
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You’ll needColored paper or old wrapping paperA strip of cardboardTwineScissorsGlueSellotape
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You’ll needColored paper in red, dark pink and light pinkCardboard or a surface to paste the butterflies onGlueScissors
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J.M.Barrie was a Scottish author and playwright, who is best known as the creator of Peter Pan, the boy who never grows up. Barrie was born on May 9, 1860 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland to a family of ten children. He was educated at The Glasgow Academy, the Forfar Academy and Dumfries Academy and received his higher education at the…
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Sometimes we all love skimming through a good classic that we simply devoured in our childhood. Just reading it again brings back all the memories, spreading a huge smile across our faces. And no matter what, Peter Pan never fails to do so. Peter Pan is a children's fictional character created by Scottish author, JM Barrie. Peter,
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The most important thing we’ve learned,So far as children are concerned,Is never, NEVER, NEVER letThem near your television set --
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Lanka Children’s and Youth Theatre Foundation (LCYTF) or popularly known as Play House-Kotte commences its next session of “Creative Activities for Children” program in June 2015. Children from ages four to fourteen can take part in the programme. The prime objective of the program is to develop child’s mental and physical aspects and to enhance artistic taste, cheerfulness and playful…
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