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Adobe Education Exchange Prepare your students for a digital future. Welcome Creative Cloud is helping teachers, in every class, build creativity, problem solving, critical thinking and digital communication skills. Explore some of the ways you can easily use Creative Cloud in your class and surprise yourself with what you and your students can create. Start your free trial of Creative Cloud > Bald Eagle Facts for Kids Clearly recognized by its white head, brown body, and hooked yellow beak, the bald eagle has been the national emblem of the United States of America since 1782. Yet starting in the 1950s, this symbol of American patriotism began to dramatically decline in numbers due to the use of the chemical DDT. After rigorous conservation efforts by the United States government, the bald eagle successfully rejuvenated its population and can comfortably continue its role as the national bird of the US.

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The Top Educational iPhone/iPad Apps Since the release of the Apple’s App Store, numerous sources have commented on the potential of educational apps. While these apps can’t compete with the general popularity of gaming and leisure apps, there are a number of educational apps that mobile learners will find handy. Top Free Apps Bald Eagle Taking Wing Even though a bald eagle is less than 4 feet tall, its wings more than make up for it—they span 5 1/2 to 8 feet! And these birds know how to use them—a bald eagle can reach a speed of up to 200 miles per hour when diving through the air to grab a meal. These wings are really "in tune," because when a bald eagle loses a feather on one wing, it also loses a matching one on the other wing; this way the bird stays balanced.

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Fun Eagle Facts for Kids When you think of eagles, you probably think of the bald eagle, a symbol of pride in America. Over 60 species of eagles live on the earth and only two of them live in the United States. Most eagles live in Eurasia and Africa. Nine species live in Central and South America and three species are found in Australia. All About Eagles: Over 60 species of eagles live on the earth and only two of them live in the United States. Encyclopaedia Britannica Encyclopaedia Britannica E-books available for all agesFull content ownershipOne-off fee for unlimited use per campus, no renewal feesEasy to download, search, take notes, print and share Wide selection Titles for all subject areasNew titles continuously addedE-books for all ages and abilities

PowerPoint Is Evil Power Corrupts. PowerPoint Corrupts Absolutely. Imagine a widely used and expensive prescription drug that promised to make us beautiful but didn't. Instead the drug had frequent, serious side effects: It induced stupidity, turned everyone into bores, wasted time, and degraded the quality and credibility of communication. These side effects would rightly lead to a worldwide product recall. Yet slideware -computer programs for presentations -is everywhere: in corporate America, in government bureaucracies, even in our schools. Bald Eagle Facts for Kids - NatureMapping Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) Species Code: HALE Águila blanca - en Español What they look like: The Bald Eagle is a very large raptor with a dark brown body and wings and a white head and tail. Its legs and feet are bright yellow, as is its large, hooked bill. Its eyes are light yellow.

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