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A Japanese Architecture Firm Designed the Coolest Kindergarten Ever

Design by Tezuka Architects | Photograph by Katsuhisa Kida At the award-winning Fuji Kindergarten in Tokyo, children run endless laps around a ringed roof that doubles as a playground. Completed in 2007 by Tezuka Architects, the Montessori can accommodate up to 600 children aged 2-6. The continuous space allows children to freely explore, discover and interact with their environment. There is no play equipment installed and the roof is only 2.1 metres tall (6’8″), allowing a close connection between levels. Children can scramble up a bank and climb a set…

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Sesame Street Puppeteers Explain How They Control Their Puppets – Video

Puppetry may seem like a bland hobby, but it actually involves a lot of skill and dedication to get it right. Naturally, when you are able to puppeteer for Sesame Street, you belong to the top 1% of puppeteers. In this one, they explain how to master your puppets! Advertisement Read more: https://www.viralviralvideos.com/2018/01/09/sesame-street-puppeteers-explain-how-they-control-their-puppets/

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5 Interesting Maps That Use the United States as a Reference Point

In the compilation of maps below we see a map of the contiguous United States used as a reference for explaining the relative size and location of other places in the world (and solar system). If you enjoy this quirky compilation be sure to check out our more extensive posts: – 40 Maps That Will Help You Make Sense of the World – 32 Maps That Will Teach You Something New About the World 1. If the Mediterranean Sea was in North America   Map by GappyJostar on reddit 2.…

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