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Primary – October 11

On this date in 1950, the Federal Communications Commission issued the first license to broadcast television in color. How do you think watching television only in black-and-white images would change the experience?

Primary – October 10

Think about the most important rule to live by in your life. Now explain a situation in which it would be OK for you to break that rule.

Primary – October 9

On this date in 1888, the Washington Monument opened to the public. Describe the monument you would build to recognize your favorite leader.

Primary – October 8

RL Stine was born on this date in 1943. Write a scary story you can tell your family on Halloween.

Primary – October 7

On this date in 1916, Georgia Tech’s football team beat Cumberland University 222-0 in what has since remained the most lopsided football score ever recorded. Explain whether Georgia Tech should have run up that kind of score or someone should have called the game after it became obvious Cumberland couldn’t win.

Primary – October 4

Work on Mount Rushmore began on this date in 1927. Explain the characteristics of a public leader who you think deserves to be honored in this way.

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