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Corrugated Cardboard Pine Cones

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  • Foam: 4” egg
  • Corrugated cardboard
  • Straight pins
  • Low-temp glue gun
  • Ribbon for hanger and bow
  • Tools needed: Scissors; 1” circle punch*; pencil; optional: thimble

 

Click HERE for the instructions

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Dinner Made in the Dishwasher

Who knew?! You’ll need to get some mason jars with good seals – and you can just run a regular cleaning load with these in the top rack… Genius way to save energy!

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Check out the recipes and instructions HERE

 
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Posted by on October 6, 2014 in Did You Know?, Dinner - Eat it!, Fun, Kitchen

 

Tea Bag Ghosts

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Gotta love science!! Check out the how to HERE

 
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Posted by on October 6, 2014 in Education, Fun, Holidays, Kids, Scout Meeting

 

Suitcase from Shoe Box

This would make for a great historical project for school or scouts.

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You’ll need a shoe box, glue, paints and assorted straps. Now go!

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Uses for Epsom Salt

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1)Add some to the bath for a relaxing soak for soar muscles. I think this is probably the most common use.

2)On itchy skin or for bug bites: Dissolve a tablespoon of epsom salt in 1/2 cup of water, let it cool, and then spritz it on itchy skin or soak a cloth in it to make a soothing compress.

3)In the garden: Adding a few bags to the soil before planting can help replenish the magnesium levels in the soil, which have been depleted due to over-farming.

Read more ideas HERE

 
 

Hummus Made Easy

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Construction Sensory Play Box

2ef0db1382bff68554a96aa429a6c9dePick up some dollar store rocks, toy construction vehicles and tools, and a big bin. The kids will spend hours with this. Check it out HERE

 
 
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