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Summer Tree Craft

Summer Tree Craft

Summer Tree Craft

Just follow a few simple steps to make your very own tree on paper.
Summer Tree Craft

Things Required

An ink bottle with a dropper, a sheet of paper, a straw, glue, dry leaves.
Summer Tree Craft

Step 1

Start with the most fun step, crunching the dry leaves! Once done, make sure you keep them safely in a bowl. Your leave glitter is now ready.
Summer Tree Craft

Step 2

Now, with the help of a dropper, squeeze out a line of ink in a simple tree design.
Summer Tree Craft

Step 3

Quickly pick up the straw and start blowing on the wet ink. By doing this, you are making the branches of your tree.
Summer Tree Craft

Step 4

After the ink has dried, add glue to the spots where you want the leaves on your tree.
Summer Tree Craft

Step 5

Carefully pour your leaf glitter from the bowl and pat it down on the places where the glue is.
Summer Tree Craft

Step 6

Now move the access leaf glitter and your pretty Summer Tree will be ready!

QUIZ CORNER

Total Questions 4
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HUMOUR

  • RIDDLES
    • Q. How do spiders communicate?
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      A. Through the World Wide Web.
    • Q. What is an owl's favourite subject?
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      A. Owl-gebra.
    • Q. What did one wall say to another?
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      A. Let's meet at the corner.
  • QUOTES
    • Learning never exhausts the mind - Leonardo Da Vinci
    • Kindness is a language that the deaf can hear and the blind can see - Mark Twain
    • It does not matter how slow you go so long as you don't stop - Confucious
  • PROVERBS
    • Don't think there are no crocodiles because the water is calm. (Malay)

      Dangers can be hidden, so be careful.
    • Everyone must row with the oars he has. (English)

      Make use of your talent.
    • If you can't bite, don't show your teeth. (Spanish)

      If you can't take action, don't show your frustration.
  • JOKES
    • What is a frog's favourite drink? Croak-a-cola!
    • Teacher: Class, please write an essay on cricket. Boy, after wasting the whole period, writes: No play today. Rain.
    • What is an astronaut's favourite key on the keyboard? The space bar!

cool facts!

Human Body
  • You can make a three inches long nail, using all the iron in your body.
  • You can light up a bulb, using the electricity your brain generates when you are awake.
  • It only takes seven seconds for food to reach your stomach.
  • Your body produces enough heat in half an hour to boil nearly 2 litres (or half a gallon) of water.
  • Your eyes can identify 10 million colours and your nose can remember 50,000 scents.
  • If your eye was a digicam, it would have 576 megapixels.
  • When you blush, the lining of your stomach turns red too.
  • Your eye's cornea is the only part of your body with no blood supply. It gets its oxygen directly from the air.
  • How many atoms does your body contain? Seven octillion atoms.
  • When you are born, you have 300 bones, but as an adult you only have 206. Some bones fuse to become a single bone as you grow.

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TODAY IN HISTORY

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May 23
Walt Disney incorporated his first film company- Laugh-O-Gram Films

FUN FACTS

The TomTato plant produces both tomatoes and potatoes.
If you screamed for nearly 9 years, you would have generated enough sound energy to heat a cup of coffee.
The only creature that can survive a nuclear explosion is the cockroach.
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog- this sentence uses each letter of the alphabet.
Leonardo da Vinci could draw with one hand and write with the other at the same time.
Months starting on a Sunday will always have a Friday the 13th.
A duck's quack doesn't echo.
Each human spent around 30 minutes as a single cell.
Hot water weighs more than cold water.
The elephant is the only mammal that can't jump.
Even though the dinosaur stegosaurus was more than 9 metres tall, its brain was the size of a walnut.
Even when a snake's eyes are shut, it can still see through its eyelids.
The only rock that can float on water is pumice, a volcanic rock.
The world's largest living structure is The Great Barrier Reef.
Sound moves 4 times faster in water than in air.
Most people fall asleep in 7 minutes.
An ostrich's eye is larger than its brain.
Dragonflies can see in all directions at the same time.
A dice's opposite sides always total 7.
Owls are unable to move their eyeballs.
The taste receptors of butterflies are in their feet.
A rhinoceros horn is made from hair.
Cows and horses sleep standing up.
The brain uses more than one fourth of the oxygen your body utilizes.
Everyone's tongueprints are unique to them.
The left side of your brain controls the right side of your body and vice versa.
A giraffe can use its 21 inch tongue to clean its ears.
You can live without food for a month, but just a week without water.
98% of the atoms in your body are replaced every year.
The longest word without a vowel, in English, is rhythm.
Your thigh bone is more strong than concrete.
One fourth of your body's bones are in your feet.
Earth is the only planet which is not named after a god.
Dolphins sleep with one eye open.
On average, we laugh 10 times a day.
The strongest muscle in your body is your tongue.
Unless food is mixed with saliva, you can't taste it.
85% of plants are found in the oceans.
Each time you see a full moon, you always see the same side.
You share your birthday with 9 million other people.
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