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Rugby World Cup For Kids The Web Ellis Cup What does the winning team take home? The Web Ellis Cup! (photo courtesy of flickr.com/jonlucas/) The cup is named after William Web Ellis, the 16 year old schoolboy from England's Rugby School, who supposedly invented rugby during a football training session in 1823, when he picked up the ball and ran with it! It's not quite as grand as the Web Ellis Cup, but we have our own gold sports trophy which you can embellish.
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Rugby Comes Home Although teams from the Southern Hemisphere have long dominated the sport, rugby was invented in England. So thie 8th Rugby World Cup, from 18 September to 1 November in England and Wales, is particularly symbolic, since it represents rugby’s return to the land of its birth. Today’s rugby developed from a form of football that was played at Rugby School, one of England’s oldest ‘public schools’. Did Man Evolve from a Creator? Truth about Human Creation. Setting and Plot (In case I turn this into a script) :) Let's say it's 20 years in the future and we have figured out how to manipulate time and space within wormholes (as theorized). This of course allowing the zipping across the galaxies in a matter of moments, fleeting moments. Geologist's find a serious splintering crack near a super caldron and realize that if we can't patch it, it will blow.
BusyTeacher.org Mobile This is a crossword puzzle about rugby (answer key included). Your students will have fun testing their knowledge on rugby. There are eighteen clues for eighteen words. Students read the clues and fill in the puzzle. French Father Shoots Whimsical Reflections of His 6 Kids My Modern Metropolis French Father Shoots Whimsical Reflections of His 6 Kids The New York Times' photography blog, Lens, led me to French photographer Alain Laboile this morning along with all of the wonderful photos he's taken of his six kids. Mostly shot in black and white, his photos read like a visual diary of childhood and all the fun and the fantasy that come with it.
BusyTeacher.org Mobile This is my second worksheet about the Rugby World Cup. Students learn about the rugby world cup logos. They have to colour in the logos with the matching colours. Each number corresponds to a colour.It is a pleasant activity for young learners or special needs students.