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It is that spooky time of year again, when classrooms are outfitted with cobwebs and paper ghosts, and students dressed as superheroes unwrap candy at their desks.
To celebrate Halloween, we complied eerie places you can visit on a student tour that just might send a chill down your spine.
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A candy tax? The left side of the bus must always exit first? Girls must be the first served at restaurants? Legislate This! puts your students in charge as they work together to turn a Bill into a law.
This year marks the 74th anniversary of D-Day, an important battle that changed the course of history. This secret operation by the Allied Forces included Canada, the United States and Britain, and saw the Allies gain important ground that would eventually lead to the end of the Second World War.
Canadian soldiers played a big role in D-Day, storming Juno Beach and helping to secure the Normandy beachhead for the Allies. While D-Day is a well known operation, we have complied seven facts that you and your students may not know.
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Do you need a change in routine for 2019?
Watch as your students perform in front of thousands on Main Street U.S.A., experience the joy on their faces as they dance under the bright lights of Times Square or create a customized dance tour with top industry professionals in New York or Los Angeles.