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Jeweled Skeletons of the Fürstenfeld Abbey – Fürstenfeldbruck, Germany | Atlas Obscura

These blingy, baubled skeletons lie in glass boxes inside a baroque Bavarian church

Make the space suncatchers from plastic plates or other clear plastic recyclables! Out-of-the-world craft for kids who are interested in cosmos.

Space Stained Glass Suncatchers

Make the space suncatchers from plastic plates or other clear plastic recyclables! Out-of-the-world craft for kids who are interested in cosmos.

Caustic Cosmos - Glass Box [FREE DOWNLOAD] HQ by Caustic Cosmos on SoundCloud

Caustic Cosmos - Glass Box [FREE DOWNLOAD] HQ by Caustic Cosmos on SoundCloud

Archelon, Giant Sea Turtle

The Archelon is the largest sea turtle species ever discovered. It lived during a time when most of North America was covered by a shallow ocean, about million years ago. I LOVE skeletons!

Get Tangled in These Mythical God Family Trees - A fun visual of the Greek Gods and their relations. all ages (educator note, mention of affairs, etc on the poster)

Get Tangled in These Mythical God Family Trees

Greek and Roman mythology are very similar. This shows the linage of the most well known and major gods and goddesses of Greek mythology and how each of them are connected to one another.

The Burgess Shale Formation, located in the Canadian Rockies of British Columbia, is one of the world’s most celebrated fossil fields.

rhamphotheca: “ Fossil Crinoids (Uintacrinus socialis), Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D. Because many crinoids resemble flowers, with their cluster of waving arms atop.

SOAP BUBBLE BURSTING, 1904, BY LUCIEN BULL

Traces of Light - Yuval Cadmon photography: Learning from the Masters - Photography of movement

Students can do self portrait digital collages inspired by Archimboldo, using a theme such as machine parts, fruits, creatures, etc.

For a time, Arcimboldo painted portraits in Prague in the court of the Holy Roman Empire. Here is a portrait of Rudolf II, the Holy Roman Emperor at the time, painted as Vertumnus, Roman god of the seasons.

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