Kids Corner Text Version
SeaComm Kids Corner
2nd Edition 2023
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All About Oceans
An ocean is a large area of salt water between continents. Oceans are very big and they join smaller seas together. Together, the oceans are like one "ocean", because all the "oceans" are joined. Oceans (or marine biomes) cover 72% of our planet. The largest ocean is the Pacific Ocean. It covers 1/3 (one third) of the Earth's surface. Big and small fish of different types are found in oceans. Crabs, starfish, sharks, whales etc are found in oceans. The smallest ocean is the Arctic Ocean. Different water movements separate the Southern Ocean from the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans. The Southern ocean is also called the Antarctic Ocean, because it covers the area around Antarctica. Older maps may not use the names Arctic Ocean and Southern Ocean.**
**Source: Ocean Facts for Kids. Kiddle Encyclopedia.
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• The American one dollar bill has a picture of George Washington. There are currently paper bills (currency) of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100 dollars.
• All U.S. dollar currency has been the same size, shape and general design since 1928. This is unlike some countries where bank notes with different values have different sizes.
• The U.S. also has dollar coins. Some are silver colored and some are gold colored. Vending machines often give dollar coins as change, since it is easier for the machines to give out coins than paper money. Some of the more advanced vending machines give out paper money as change. Paper dollars are much more common than dollar coins.
• The US dollar in subdivided into cents, and 100 cents equals 1 US dollar. One cent can be written as either $0.01 or 1¢. The cent or "penny" (not to be confused with the English penny sterling) is the least valuable coin used in the U.S.
• There are several different coins with different cent values of different materials and sizes. There is the penny (1¢ or $0.01), nickel (5¢ or $0.05), dime (10¢ or $0.10), quarter (25¢ or $0.25), and the much rarer half-dollar (50¢ or $0.50). All coins and paper bills also have the faces of famous Americans on the front side.
*Source: United States dollar Facts for Kids. Kiddle Encyclopedia.
Fun Facts About Baseball
• The baseball field is called the "diamond" because of the shape of the infield.
• Baseball was originally called rounders. This was a game that came from England.
• The first baseball game was played in Hoboken, New Jersey.
• The oldest ballpark is Fenway Park in Boston, home of the Boston Red Sox, which opened in 1912.
* Source: Baseball Facts for Kids. Kiddle Encyclopedia.
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Pool Safety Tips
- Don’t run, the area around pools can be slippery.
- Have a swimming buddy in case you need help.
- Swim where you are comfortable, don't go too deep.
- Listen to the life guards.
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