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    • Crushing Cold
    • Use warm water to rinse out a plastic jug. While the air in the jug is still warm, put the cap on tightly and place the jug into a ...
    • Change the flow
    • Clean a pencil with soap and water, then hold it almost straight up and down over a sink or jar. Pour a thin stream of water from a glass or pitcher onto the side of the pencil. The water will ...
    • Umbrella Wrapped Utensils
    • . Have a look at your napkin, youll notice one corner where all the folds come together, and the opposite corner is open. Cut about 2 from the tip of the open corner. 2. Bend the end of a black pipe cleaner so that ...
    • The Walnut Pastry
    • Once upon a time, there was a small hut in the middle of a vast valley. In it lived a farmer, his wife, their two sons, daughter, and outside, a couple of chickens and a chubby cow. The eldest boy and his sister took turns in ...
    • Static Magic
    • Blow up a balloon and rub it against your head to make your hair stand on end. 2. Tie a second balloon to the end of a long piece of thread. Tape the other end of the thread to the center of a doorway, so the balloon hangs down. Rub the first balloon ...
    • Sheep Bagtag
    • Glue the black pompom on to the front of the white pompom. Sandwiching the keyring in between. Glue four small ...
    • Portfolio Craft
    • If you want to cover all of your card, cut two rectangles of wrapping paper about 30 by 40cm. Tape around the edges of the card, remove the backing strips and ...
    • Bloomin Buttons
    • If spring has yet to blossom, your kids can create a preview of the seasons colors by ...
    • Water Beats Gravity
    • Fill a glass with water. Use a rubber band to hold a handkerchief or bandanna tightly over the top. Over a sink, quickly turn the glass upside down. The water should stay in the glass.Use a finger to ...
    • Tissue Paper Rose
    • Cut three strips of tissue paper: one 3 inches wide, one 2 ½ wide and one 2 inches wide. Concertina folds each strip so you are left with a roughly square shape. On each strip draw ...
    • Kitchen Mystery … Solved!
    • What happens inside biscuits and cookies as they bake? They go into the oven as thick dough. Then baking soda or baking powder makes them inflate: tiny pockets of ...
    • Fairytale Castle Craft
    • Cut any flaps off the box. Trim the tubes to size so that they are a couple of inches taller than the box. Glue one tube into each corner and leave to dry. Paint the ...
    • Cool to the Touch
    • Lay a metal tray and a wooden cutting board next to each other on a table. Leave them in place for at least 30 minutes so that they both ...
    • The Hunting of the Great Bear (Part 2)
    • Meanwhile, like a pale giant shadow, the Nyah-gwaheh was moving through the trees close to the hunters. Its mouth was open as it watched them and its huge teeth shone, its eyes flashed red. Soon it would be ...
    • The Hunting of the Great Bear (Part 1)
    • There were four hunters who were brothers. No hunters were as good as they at following a trail. They never gave up once they began tracking their quarry. One day, when the cold nights return, an urgent ...
    • Mr Sticky (Part 2)
    • On the side, Mum said. She was busy concentrating on the water. Don’t worry I was careful. Abby looked on all sides of the tank. There was no sign of the water snail. He’s probably in the gravel then, her mum said. Come on ...
    • Iron Burns …Slowly
    • Sometimes a big load of iron in a ship can get hot. The heat can even set other materials on fire. That’s because the iron is rusting, which means it is burning very, very slowly. Iron rusts in a chemical reaction called ...
    • Ice cube Glue
    • Over a plate, press the flat sides of two ice cubes together. Slowly count to 30, then let go of one ice cube. Why do they stick together? ...
    • Mystery Fog
    • With the help from an adult, put hot tap water into a glass. Put ice water into another glass. Why does fog form on different parts of the two glasses? ...
    • How to Be Safe in Ice and Snow (Part 2)
    • Sometimes if youre out having fun, its easy to forget to pay attention to your body. But if your body temperature drops even 4 or 5 degrees while youre outside, it can make you feel crummy. Thats why you need to be ...
    • Mr Sticky (Part 1)
    • No one knew how Mr. Sticky got in the fish tank. “Hes very small, Mum said as she peered at the tiny water snail. Just a black dot. Hell grow, said Abby and ...
    • How to Be Safe in Ice and Snow (Part 1)
    • Your dream finally came true . . . it was announced on the radio and on TV . . . its a snow day! Schools closed for the whole day, and that means its time for one thing: going outside to have fun in the snow. Or maybe ...
    • Which way will they go?
    • Use string to hang two apples or balloons at the same height and about one inch apart. Blow through the space between them. What happens? ...
    • Baby from the Eagle’s Nest (Part 2)
    • But of course, as soon as the servants had passed, Gretchen and Nestor had become themselves again, and run further along. Then they heard the three footmen coming again. Gretchen took out the ...
    • The Baby from the Eagles Nest (Part 1)
    • Once there was a girl named Gretchen who lived in a big stone house in the woods with a kindly old wizard; but unfortunately he was so old and absent-minded that he paid little attention to her or to his household from one day to the next. Still he ...
    • The Child Martyr
    • After the martyrdom of his father, Imam al-Hasans son Abdullah lived with his holy uncle, Imam ...
    • The Merciless Enemy
    • Imam Hassan (A.S) had just arrived home. He was tired and intended to rest. Just then, a ...
    • Work and Generosity
    • Imam Ali (a.s.) was a hard-working man with a pleasant personality. He worked hard while
    • Loving Children
    • Imam Ali (A.S.) was very kind to children, especially to orphans. If he ever saw an orphan crying, he ...
    • Pepper Pick Up
    • Sprinkle some salt and ground pepper onto a plate. Blow up a balloon and rub it against your dry hair. Now slowly bring the ...
    • Paper Engineering
    • Lay a sheet of notebook paper across two books, and load coins onto the paper. The paper sags. Now bend and ...
    • Four-Part Bank
    • To make dividers for inside your bank, measure the length and width of an empty oatmeal container. Using these two measurements, draw a rectangle on cardboard. Cut it out. Use ...
    • At Red Rock
    • The red spool held in the boys’ hands twirled rapidly as the kite tugged. “Let the line out slowly,” dad said. “You don’t want to use it all at once.” “But dad,” Colin answered, “I want it to ...
    • Allah Is not Matter
    • Books, pens, tables, stones, trees, the sun, the earth and things like these are all ...