# Tag Archive: elementary school

## Facts About the Health Triangle

What does it mean to have good health? Your “total health” refers to three kinds of health — physical health, mental health, and social health. These three things are called the “Health Triangle” model. When people think of their health, it is easy to just think of just their body. Someone might think their health …

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## Facts About Photosynthesis

“Photosynthesis” is the name for the way plants make their own food. They only use three ingredients — water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide. In the food chain, humans and animals are called “consumers” because our food comes from plants or other animals. But plants and algae are called “producers,” because they make their own food through …

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## Facts about Symmetry

Facts about Symmetry What makes something symmetrical? Symmetrical shapes or forms are the same on both sides of an imaginary line through the middle. A square is symmetrical. It is symmetrical because you can fold it in half, and both sides will be identical.

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## What is the Difference Between Homophones and Homographs?

What is the difference between homophones and homographs?

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## What is the Difference Between Factors and Multiples?

Would you like you like to learn the difference between factors and multiples? And would you like a few math examples to help you understand the difference? Here you go!

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## What is the Freezing Point of Water?

Do you know what the “freezing point” of water is? Fact Frenzy brings you this article that explains the temperatures that make liquid water and water vapor freeze, and the difference in temperature scales.

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