Educational Blogs

A list of all blogs that fall under the category of Educational. Looking to learn something new? Have a read at these educational blogs.

Keyboards are some of the most famous and most recognizable musical instruments. In this article, I will talk about Pianos, Harpsichords, and Pipe Organs.

Hola. Mi nombre es Carmen Mas Andreu y tengo 65 años. Soy de Barcelona y me gradué en Humanidades por la Universidad Oberta de Catalunya. Mi interés principal es el arte, la literatura, la filosofía, la arquitectura, la historia y en fin, todas las ciencias humanas.

También me interesan las redes sociales, la musica, cine y baile.

Me gusta mucho el JetPunk y casi cada día realizo algunos test que me sirven para aprender y para adquirir nuevos conocimientos.

He creado un test sencillo.

This time I’ll talk about Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, and Austria.

This time I’ll talk about Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Andorra, and Angola.

This time I’ll talk about Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. Next I will talk about 5 Facts About 5 Countries.

This time I’ll talk about South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Vermont.

Yes, "31" is the name of this game.

This is the most detailed blog of the Philippines, made be SirPhilippines and GeoSmartKirbyXD. This blog is like a Wikipedia page, but not plagarized, much less information, and funnier. This also might be the longest non-spam blog on Jetpunk? And if you want to test yourself, we have a badge! Start reading now!

This time I’ll talk about Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and South Carolina.

There is a fascination of π in general. But there is another equally important number that deserves much more attention. This blog tries to explain what e is and why you should know more about it.

This time I’ll talk about New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, and Ohio.

This time I’ll talk about Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, and New Jersey.

This time I’ll talk about Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, and Missouri.

This time I’ll talk about Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, and Maryland.

This time I’ll talk about Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, and Iowa. Also at 10:22 and 22 seconds tonight, it is going to be 2/22/2022 22:22:22 PM which is kinda cool I guess.

Welcome back to five facts about five states. This time I’ll do Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, and Georgia.

This is my new blog series where I will be talking about five facts about five states. On the next blog, I will talk about Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, and Georgia.

This blog explains all the basics of the card game Rummy 500.

This blog will be explaining the differences between crane flies, harvestmen, and cellar spiders, all three which are commonly called “daddy longlegs”.

As the Chinese New Year of Tiger celebration is drawing to a close this year, here is a blog explaining some common Chinese idioms with reference to tiger.

This blog explains all the basics of the card game Spades.

This blog explains all the basics of the card game Fight the Landlord, including how to set up the game, how to play the game, how the game is won, and the rules of the game.

Hello everyone! A week from now is the beginning of the Lunar New Year. I decided to make an article about Lunar New Year/Chinese New Year.

This blog will introduce all the basics of the card game Euchre, including how to set up the game, how to play the game, how the game is scored and won, and the rules of the game.

Toki pona is a conlang, or constructed language. At its core, it is designed to be simple. Let's take a look at the so-called "language of good," and see what happens.

This blog introduces the basics of the card game Cheat: how to set up the game, how to play the game, and the rules of the game.

A new series to give you some quick linguistic facts you might not have known!

This blog explains all the basics of the card game Hearts, including how to set up the game, how to play the game, how the game is won, the rules of the game, and some tips to increase your chances of winning.

This blog will teach you the basics of the card game Rummy, including how to set up the game, how to play the game, how the game is won, and the rules of the game.

This blog will teach you the basics of the card game Crazy Eights: how to set up the game, how to play, how to win, how to keep score, the rules, and my tips to help you win the game.

This blog explains all the basics of the card game Spider Solitaire: how to set up the game, the objective, the gameplay, when the game is won, the rules, and my tips on how to gain more victories.

This blog officially begins my "Card Game 101" series! It teaches you how to play the card game Solitaire: how to set up the game, the gameplay, the rules, when the game is won, and my tips on how to increase your odds of winning.

What do you know about the famous ghost The Brown Lady? Well, read this blog to learn more.

Have you ever heard about that one borderless sea? Well, in this blog you’ll learn all about it.

Almost everyone knows about the amazing migration journeys of birds across the planet, Salmon at the Atlantic, or the Wildebeests of Africa. But did you know about the marvelous journey that the tiny Monarch butterfly (family) takes each year?

Would you like to know more about this foreign city replacing Malabo as the capital of Equatorial Guinea? If so, read this blog! I will be talking about the the climate, population, and location.

This blog introduces the Heart Sutra, one of the most frequently used and recited writings in Mahayana Buddhism.

In this seventh blog about interesting mathematical facts/discoveries, we take a look at some "eurekas" in the field of number theory, including some still unanswered questions.

You may have heard Louisiana and the greater New Orleans area in the news recently. But why is it in the news? And what does it have to do with climate change and the sea? Read this interesting article to find out about the modern problem with Louisiana.

Part of a series of blogs about the evolution of mammals, as well as their ancestors and related groups, shown through a series of extinct animals. This blog features animals that first evolved during the Carboniferous period to the Cretaceous.

The Space Needle is a 600 feet tall observation tower in the city of Seattle built for the 1962 World's Fair. It is an iconic symbol and building of Seattle and is often pictured in the Seattle skyline images - you might have recognized it because it is shaped like a needle with a pyramid-shaped disc at the top. Many people visit it every year.

Grapes are one of the most popular fruits of all time. They come in a wide variety of drinks and foods, whether it's wine, a Gatorade bottle, or raisins. Without grapes, lots of our history of food would've been different, and many would have been devastated. This blog will tell you all about grapes!

Pencils are one of the most common objects used for any school/writing system in the entire world. Pencils have helped humans throughout mankind and are what makes some ideas, drawings, and literature. Although the term "pencils" is widely used, like for pens, markers, mechanical pencils, and wood pencils, this blog will only cover the wood type, which is the most common. Enjoy!

In this sixth blog about interesting mathematical facts/discoveries, we explore the brachistochrone problem.

The Indian tricolour is one of the most easily recognised flags in the world. Dive right in to know more about the flag of the largest democracy!