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Creating your own rainstorm...this is so cool! All you need is a clear container, water, shaving cream, food coloring and droppers. Have kids make predictions by drawing what they see and think will happen.

Science project: 2 clear containers, water, shaving cream, food coloring, and droppers. Slowly pour the food coloring on top of the shaving cream clouds and watch the "rain" come down when the clouds get saturated.

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Cute handprint craft for kids! Fun follow up to Eric Carle's House for Hermit Crab.

Handprint Hermit Crab Craft

This handprint hermit crab craft for kids is a great extension of the Eric Carle book, A House for Hermit Crab and makes a great classroom display!

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how to apply contouring makeup - this is how I feel after attempting any make-up tutorials.

I think I like this.  Though we are, biblically, to live at peace with all men, in so far as we are able, sometimes it just doesn't work out.  And even though I wouldn't say anyone is my "enemy", there are definitely people in life I simply cannot live at peace with, and it's usually because I've "stood up for something" in my life.  It's a good thing.

you have enemies? that means you've stood up for something in your life. - winston churchill Knowing yourself and what you love, then stand up for it

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Have kids make a paper ice cream cone of fractions! Kids can get creative with their flavors! First, they choose how many of each flavor they'd like for their cone (10 scoops total). Then, they write the fraction down for each flavor.

Have kids make a paper ice cream cone of fractions! Kids can get creative with their flavors! First, they choose how many of each flavor they'd like for their cone scoops total). Then, they write the fraction down for each flavor.

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