Balloon Rockets: What you need: Piece of yarn (or string) – cut to about 6 feet, thread on a straw and tie string to two chairs. Put tape on straw to attach a Balloon that has been blown up but has not been tied. Pull attached balloon to one side and let go! Experiment shows action and reaction. Kids will want to do over and over so be prepared to blow up a few balloons and have extra tape on hand. Link leads to step by step instructions with a photo tutorial.
Earl Grey chocolate cupcakes with lavender frosting...yes, you heard me right
The Perseid meteor as seen in Dundalk, Ireland, Aug. 7, 2009. The Perseids are visible from mid-July each year, with a peak in activity between August 9 and 14, depending on the location of the stream. During peak time the rate of meteors reaches 60 or more per hour. (Date of Image: August 2009) Credit: Peter McCabe, Amateur Astronomer
tom and i saw a huge meteor like this last night. love the perseids!
Homemade Map Art Picture - Christmas present for my Mum
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The Colour of Magic - Terry Pratchett
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