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International Day of Human Space Flight

The world’s first astronaut was a 27-year-old Soviet aviator named Yury Gagarin. On April 12, 1961, the 4.75-ton spacecraft Vostok 1 was launched from a location in Baikonur, a wasteland

The Only Day MLB Players Can Wear No. 42

As spring approaches, baseball fans worldwide prepare for the start of the season. Major League Baseball (MLB) Opening Day marks the beginning of a new chapter, a chance to see

Snow covered forest

5 Fun Winter Facts for Kids

It is the coldest time of the year, with short days and long nights. Trees start to lose their leaves, animals enter deep sleep, and snow blankets everything in many

18 Food Crops Developed in the Americas

Although no continent on Earth is now untouched by the diverse and delicious seed and food crops developed in the Americas, the brilliance of the native peoples who domesticated these

SEL COMPETENCY: Social Awareness

Our goal at Britannica Education is to support districts and schools as you implement your SEL initiatives by providing guidance to seamlessly integrate SEL into everyday academic instruction. Together, we

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