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This video for children explains about face and place value of numbers. It explains what is the face value of a number and how it is different from the place. Activities to practice and reinforce key skills taught in school. Develops knowledge and confidence in number, counting and place value. Clear examples and explanations included.

Celebrating the Legacy and Leadership of General George Patton

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Welcome to the General George Patton Museum, where the legacy of leadership continues to inspire each generation. Come explore the history of the United States Army through personal stories, artifacts, and film while viewing the foremost collection of Patton material in the world. Let the General George Patton Museum inspire you, awe you, and enlighten you.

The Foremost Collection of Patton Material in the World

With personal effects ranging from General Patton’s childhood to items from his private collection of military artifacts, the exhibits you’ll discover offer an unparalleled look at what made the man a legend. Come see the general’s personal revolvers, sabres from his competition in the 1912 Olympics, and even the 1938 Cadillac in which Patton took his final ride.


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Patton Sober Living is a group of sober living homes in Dallas, Texas. We focus on healing the Mind, Body and Spirit. It's our belief that addiction takes time to heal. Our Founder & CEO, John Patton, has created a program designed to help young adults succeed. Through his personal and professional life experience, John has come to understand addiction as a disease that can be treated over time.
All Patton Sober Living staff are in recovery and are passionate about helping our residents live a fun, sober life. We realize that it takes structure, accountability and support for this to occur. At Patton Sober Living we view our work as more of a calling than a job. The disease of addiction is real, but if treated properly it can be overcome.
People often complete 30, 60 or 90 days of inpatient treatment and immediately feel they've been healed. The fact is, individuals who leave treatment and immediately return to their old environment are significantly more susceptible to relapse. Research shows that the number one factor in a young adult's successful recovery from addiction is peer support post inpatient treatment.
Patton Sober Living provides a safe, structured environment with the peer support necessary for long-term recovery. A highly structured sober living home with much needed accountability is instrumental in continuing the transformation which begins in inpatient treatment.
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