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33 Fast Facts about Beyoncé

Intermediate-level educators, do you have students who are excited about Beyoncé’s new film, Renaissance? The multiple-Grammy-winning singer, songwriter, actress, and superstar has so far led an amazing life—one your students can read about in The World Almanac® for Kids. This award-winning database for intermediate-level students includes both brief bullet biographies and more than 700 book-length biographies of people who have made an impact on the world, from artists and entertainers to scientists and explorers to presidents and world leaders—perfect for reluctant readers and ideal for both reports and fun reading.  Here, we bring you highlights from The World Almanac® for Kids’ bullet biography with 33 facts about “Queen Bey.”   American pop singer whose hits include “Halo,” “Single Ladies,” and “Formation.” Born Beyoncé Giselle Knowles on September 4, 1981 in Houston, Texas. When she was young, her father, Matthew, was a Xerox sales manager and her mother, Tina, was a hairstylist. Younger sister Solange was born on June 24, 1986.   Loved to sing and dance as a child. Joined the six-person, all-girl singing group Girl’s Tyme with friend Kelly Rowland and a friend they met at local auditions, LaTavia Roberson. The group was put together by a local producer, and

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Master Information Literacy with Our New Video Series

In this era of widespread misinformation and disinformation, the importance of incorporating information literacy into education cannot be overstated. Students and patrons need to be equipped with research skills if they are going to be able to manage today’s information glut.  If you’re looking for a resource that can help teach how to evaluate and fact-check sources, avoid plagiarism, use sound search strategies, and more, we have an essential video series for you: Mastering the Art of Information Literacy (2023) from Motion Masters. Available exclusively from Films On Demand for colleges and universities, Learn360 for K–12 schools and districts, and Access Video On Demand for public libraries, this eight-part series teaches students how to review information presented and become masters at evaluating information in books, online, in the news, and information generated by AI.  Mastering the Art of Information Literacy Episodes Chapter 1: Introduction to Information Literacy (Item #291370) What is information literacy and why is it important? This video introduces information literacy and its benefits, discussing the dangers of information illiteracy and the spread of misinformation. It cautions against information generated by AI.  Chapter 2: Seven Habits and Skills (Item #291371) This program presents seven habits and skills for

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The Mailbox® Plus Is Always Thankful for Teachers

The Mailbox® Plus—the established leader in providing teacher-created ideas that really work for 50 years—is edited by educators who are experienced at assessing what teachers will find valuable and worth incorporating into lessons. We’re sharing our “From the Editor” letters for November, where the editors of The Mailbox Plus share their thoughts on Thanksgiving as well as some activities that are just right for this time of year! Want to get a closer look at these activities? Take a FREE trial of The Mailbox Plus today!  Prekindergarten Activities for November Managing Editor Kimberly Ann Brugger writes: “When I was a child, my extended family always had a big Thanksgiving meal together. It was loud, crazy, and wonderful, with cousins running all over the place. After dinner, we would all take a walk before dessert. (Since I’m from Michigan, that walk was occasionally more than brisk!) This is why November makes me think of family, joyful meals, and coziness. My goal was to convey these feelings with this issue packed full of November goodness! Here are some of my favorite features: Perfect Plans for Littles: Thanksgiving—Plan an entire day of activities on Thanksgiving with this handy graphic organizer and collection of

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