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metallurgist / plumber / bricklayer / magician / frogman / street cleaner/sweeper / metalworker / woodcutter / locksmith / astronaut / carpenter / butcher / scuba-diver / mason / builder / turner / alpinist, mountain climber, mountaineer , iceman / janitor / doorkeeper / porter / priest / gardener / engineer / drawer, draughtsman, draftsman / scientist / spaceman /
an empty plastic bottle
- Cut a thick strip of copy paper. Draw a shirt for the front of your empty bottle. Glue the paper around the empty plastic
- Using your permanent marker, draw a face on your balloon.
- Pour 1/2 cup of vinegar into your empty water bottle.
- Next, using a small spoon pour baking soda into your balloon until it’s about 1/4 the way full.
- Now you are ready to perform your science experiment! Carefully stretch the neck of the balloon around the neck of the bottle partially filled with vinegar, making sure to keep the baking soda in the balloon. When you’re ready, dump the baking soda into the vinegar and watch as your balloon (or in this case, face!) grows and inflates!
- toilet paper rolls
- permanent marker
Trace and cut out the bunny ears and 1 inch base from your TP roll. Make sure to leave the ears connected to the bottom of the roll.
- Paint the ears and base all one color.
- Paint the inside of the ears pink.
- Use the permanent marker to draw a bunny face and put your egg in the holder.
(squirrel) 1) cabbage / sauerkraut / napa I [‘næpə ], [‘nɑːpə] / head of cabbage / kohlrabi [kəʊl’rɑː-] 2) pepper / hot pepper 3) onion / onion juice / chive [ʧaɪv] 4) garlic / 5) ginger / 6) (black) radish; (зелёная) summer radish / mooli [‘muːlɪ] 7) cucmber / pickles 8) egg-plant / aubergine [‘əʊbəʤiːn] 9) flu stuff / Night Nurce / 10) brine, pickle 11) hangover; “the morning after the night before” — have a hangover, have a bad / thick head
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flour flower / oyster / powder / this time – first time – 3 times / kind – 2 kinds / this way – like this / aside / take a shower – wash / more salt / I’m going to … / for a while / peel – peel off – peel off the skin / cut / even – evenly / rinse / squeeze [skwiːz] / translucent [trænz’l(j)uːs(ə)nt] / stir / grind / raw / each – each-other / spread / hot, spicy, piquant sauce, strong cheese /
Christopher Columbus was a hero to some and a villain to others. Hewas a brave explorer, but he also enslaved, murdered and stole fromnative people across the Americas. He first met the Arawak natives inthe Bahamas in 1492. They generously traded everything they owned.Columbus saw this as a weakness. He wrote in his journal, “Theybrought us parrots and balls of cotton and spears and many otherthings. They wouldmake fine servants.”
Shipworms had destroyed two of his ships. He wasforced to abandon them and send the rest of his ships to an island wenow know as Jamaica.