Halloween is right around the corner and many elementary schools around the United States are planning class parties around this fall holiday.
I wonder – do other countries celebrate Halloween?
What do I do when I wonder something? I head over to Wonderopolis to see if there’s an answer for my wonder.
Click on the Wonderopolis icon above to find out if other countries celebrate Halloween!
In the comments below, post what you learned and what you scored on the quiz!
What else is coming up? The Geography Bee! Time to practice!
Click on the World Map link to print off a copy of the world map. Label the countries you learned about in the Wonderopolis activity!
September 20th: On this day in history, a Spanish expedition led by Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan set off on the 1st successful circumnavigation of the earth, proving that yes, it is in fact, round.
The voyage took almost three years and claimed 18 out of the original 270 sailors’ lives along the way, including Magellan himself.
Watch the video below to learn all about this famous voyage and respond in the comments section with the fact that you liked the most.
Problems with plastic in our oceans are increasing. With an estimated 100,000 marine animals being choked, suffocated, or injured by plastic every year, the danger posed by the trillions of pieces of polymer floating in our oceans is well-known. Go to this link to read an article about how one city is dealing with that problem in a unique way.
After you’ve read, or listened to, that article, go to this link to find out about “22 Facts About Plastic Pollution (And 10 Things We Can Do About It).
In the comments below, please respond with a way YOU can help guard against plastic pollution!