Happy Canada Day!

Happy Canada Day to all my family, friends, fans, and Everyone else who does not have a clue about me! I hope you enjoy this day with a smile on your face. Canada Day (French: Fête du Canada) is the national day of Canada. A federal statutory holiday, it celebrates the anniversary of the July 1, 1867, enactment of the Constitution Act, 1867 (then called the British North America Act, 1867), which united the three separate colonies of Canada, Nova Scotia, and []

Chapter 1: Lesson 2: The First Humans – The Neolithic Era

The first humans lived in what is called the Paleolithic Era. It is also known as the Stone Age. These people were hunters and they collected things they found. They moved from place to place in order to survive and divided chores between themselves in order to get all their needs met on time. Most humans followed animals in order to find better places to live. They were like immigrants traveling long distances. The Ice Age migrated humans towards warmer lands. Humans []

Chapter 1: Lesson 1: The First Humans Prehistory

I  am going to start by talking about Historians. It is important to know this before we even begin to learn about the past. Historians are scholars that study the past by using whatever records they can find. For instance, they use historic art or read letters, study religious documents, and community records. If we want to study the time where none of these recourses were available then the study of prehistory will rely on Archaeology. These are scientists who study objects []

Chapter 1: Lesson 1: Phrases

Chapter 1: Lesson 1: Phrases I believe we first must begin with understanding what Grammar actually means. Grammar is the structure of a language. It is not about what words mean but how they form and fit together. It is about how words are arranged in a sentence and provide rules that explain how they get used. A phrase is a group of words that act as single part of a speech. It can be a noun, adjective, adverb or even a []

ENGLISH & HISTORY CHALK TALK

A NEW CHANGE I am opening a new chapter here at Review Tales. It has been a while since I have wanted to make some changes and broaden the topics and subjects discussed on this website. As versatile as Review Tales is, I have decided to add some English and History lessons to the content of the page. I know that I have many followers from across the world. English is not everyone’s first language and so I believe it will benefit them []

One Lovely Blog Award! #2

I would like to firstly thank lifesfinewhine for graciously nominating me for this lovely award. One Lovely Blog Award I’m always told that I work really hard and that I need to take a break. Having people that recognize that, and nominate me for awards like this, make up for all the work that does go on this website. As per rules of this award, I am to state 7 facts about myself. I have two beautiful dogs that I love and adore very much. []


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