Planets Fact 1

My 30 facts are back! I haven’t done this in ages! This months topic is Planets! Yay!

As usual all the facts are coming from my National Geographic Kids Magazine.

Did you know This July NASA sent the Perserverance Rover- a kind of sciene lab on wheels – to Mars?

If you didn’t know this fun fact please like this update and follow us if you have a WordPress account and I hope you Enjoy Our Journey.

P.S. Jzk Abdussalam for checking out TBWCK yesterday, your comments made me happy and Jzk to anyone else who liked my post and or checked it out as well. And no it is not a Batman fanfiction I just named the characters after DC’s Dick Grayson and Damian Wayne because they are two of the very few DC characters I like.

TBWCK is returning

Alright y’all I’m gonna start upload the chapters of ‘The Boy Who Couldn’t Kill’ weekly again starting wednesday inshallah but I’ve checked and apparently some of the chapters haven’t been read. So please find the time to read it. I’ve put a lot of work into writing this story and it’s very disheartening to see it not getting a positive reaction so if you could read it and give me some feedback I’ll be really grateful. JZK! 😊 https://my.w.tt/pwTlbIVdW9

Otaku Dictionary

Becoming an Otaku without joining communities is hard because I didn’t understand the slang that came with it. This is shown when I originally referred to myself as a weeb and then later found out the correct term was Otaku. So I feel now that I understand a lot more, I should translate these terms for all you normies and weeblets.

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Bubbling Wizard’s Brew

Our Homeschool Journey

H’s experiment was to make a Bubbling Wizard’s Brew. This is really just a simple experiment to see how chemicals react with each other. The book we used just really spiced it up a little to make it intriguing for children

Another quick and easy experiment that can be carried out with household products.

For this experiment you will need:
A clean glass jar, clear vinegar, food dye, was hing-up liquid, bicarbonate of soda, glitter (to make it all sparkly!)

1. Half – fill a glass jar with clear vinegar. Add several drops of food dye then sprinkle the glitter over the top of the vinegar

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2. Add a good squeeze of washing – up liquid to the jar. Then gently stir the mixture with a metal spoon to mix everything together

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3. Add a heaped teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda to the jar to see what happens

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Money Purse

Anyone remember that time I broke my ruler because I threw it across the room, the one I’m using in the first pic was that ruler

Our Homeschool Journey

M made a money purse. Another item I remember making at school! Here goes…

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Draw the shape of your purse onto a scrap of material. As a very first, rough attempt, M drew the shape of a house.

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Fold over the fabric and cut around the shape. Cut off the front side of the ‘roof’, ensuring the back triangle remains

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Stitch on your buttons and decorate accordingly

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Turn your work inside out and stitch around the edges. You don’t need to stitch the ‘roof’

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Turn the work back to it’s original form and your purse is complete!

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