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How to remove wood stain from fabric

How to remove wood stain from fabric

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2017-01-20Views:130

Wood stain is a coloured liquid that can be painted or rubbed on wood products to stain or colour them. Most wood stains are water- or oil-based. If wood stain is spilt on fabric, it needs to be cleaned and removed right away. If wood stain dries on[More]

Descriptive Word Games & Activities for Middle School

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2017-01-01Views:130

Using descriptive words in class helps middle school students make their writing and speech more interesting. There are a variety of auditory, oral, and written activities that can help students use descriptive words more effectively. Additionally, l[More]

One day art projects for middle school

One day art projects for middle school

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-12-21Views:130

Middle school art projects often take several class periods to complete, for example clay mugs that need kiln-firing or paintings that must dry Selecting a one-day art project can be an enjoyable and easy alternative, that will allow students to enjo[More]

The Three Wise Men art activities

The Three Wise Men art activities

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-12-16Views:130

The three wise men are a crucial part of the Christmas story. They were the first to see the Christmas star, following it to Bethlehem bringing gifts for the baby Jesus. Use art to help students learn about the Magi and to decorate your classroom for[More]

3rd-Grade Electricity Science Fair Project Ideas

3rd-Grade Electricity Science Fair Project Ideas

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-12-14Views:130

Electricity is an ever-popular subject for third-grade science fair projects. Junior scientists will be fascinated with their ability to make a light bulb glow or a bell go ding using simple things like a lemon, a nail and a few pieces of wire. Don't[More]

How to Write an Essay About Earthquakes

How to Write an Essay About Earthquakes

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-11-29Views:130

Earthquakes cover as much ground in essay writing as they do in the real world. You can relate a personal earthquake experience, describe the steps to become a seismologist, narrate the earthquake history of a certain location or compare earthquakes[More]

How do river rapids happen?

How do river rapids happen?

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-11-23Views:130

When a significant volume of water passes through a channel in terrain of the appropriate geomorphological character, river rapids are likely to occur. Characterised by being fast, unpredictable and testing to navigate through, river rapids are popul[More]

How to calculate statistical significance

How to calculate statistical significance

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-11-23Views:130

Statistical significance is an important concept to understand when interpreting data yielded from experiments. The term "statistical significance" refers to the probability that results occurred by serendipity rather than due to the actions per[More]

How to Explain Diphthongs to Children

How to Explain Diphthongs to Children

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-11-11Views:130

Just the mention of a grammar lesson to the typical student is enough to make them run for the hills. But, grammar does not have to be scary and it can actually be entertaining for both the students and the teacher. If you are trying to come up with[More]

How to Look for Free Correspondence Courses

How to Look for Free Correspondence Courses

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-11-09Views:130

Correspondence course is the 19th- and 20th-century term for what is today termed distance learning. Student and teacher do not share a physical space but interact by other means. Originally, correspondence courses were conducted via snail mail and,[More]

Types of Index Fossils

Types of Index Fossils

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-10-27Views:130

Index fossils are the remains of an organism that lived in a particular time period. Index fossils help to date other fossils that are in a similar sedimentary layer. Because index fossils are categorised according to a limited time span, a fossil of[More]

How to Teach Phonograms

How to Teach Phonograms

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-10-10Views:130

Phonograms are groups of one to four letters that produce a certain sound in the English language. They are commonly taught to young children just learning how to read to assist them in sounding out words. Teaching phonograms is an integral part of e[More]

Fun Ways to Make a Solar System With a Child

Fun Ways to Make a Solar System With a Child

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-10-07Views:130

The giant-size wonders of outer space and astronomy such as asteroids, pulsars, planets, supernovas, globular clusters and black holes fascinate many children. But relative distance in the solar system is so immense that it is difficult for children[More]

Techniques for the PGCE Interview

Techniques for the PGCE Interview

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-09-29Views:130

A one-year PGCE course is the most common gateway to a career as a primary or secondary schoolteacher in the United Kingdom. As a prospective teacher, you will have to prove your mettle through written and practical assignments during your PGCE, incl[More]

What are the three phases of northern industrialization?

What are the three phases of northern industrialization?

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-09-12Views:130

The industrial revolution forever changed the roles of the farm, the landscape of our cities and the responsibility of the workforce in the United States. Three distinct phases of industrial development brought different levels of advancement. Each p[More]

5th grade science fair project ideas

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-09-08Views:130

Every year millions of fifth graders prepare for a science fair. Many parents and students scurry to find the best idea to showcase for the fair. When considering a project topic, select a subject you are interested in learning and something that mat[More]

How do I Propagate Willow Trees?

How do I Propagate Willow Trees?

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-08-15Views:130

Willow trees are fast-growing plants that die relatively young, between 30 and 80 years of age. Apparently their speedy development occurs at the cost of their immune system, which is unable to fight diseases, injuries and insect infestations effecti[More]

How to Teach Perfect Verb Tenses

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-08-09Views:130

Perfect verb tenses in English include the present perfect, present perfect continuous, past perfect, past perfect continuous, future perfect and future perfect continuous; continuous verb forms are also referred to as "progressive." When teachi[More]

How to do a personal statement on an academic transfer

How to do a personal statement on an academic transfer

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-08-06Views:130

Although not all schools require personal statements from Academic Transfer students, including one can help to increase your chance of admission by giving the admissions committee a more well-rounded view of yourself. A personal statement is your ch[More]

The best space heaters to heat entire rooms

The best space heaters to heat entire rooms

Category:Science & educationRelease time:2016-08-01Views:130

Space heaters are convenient appliances. Throughout the wintertime, costly heating bills are common for large houses in cold climates. Space heaters can help curb these costs by allowing consumers to heat a living room or bedroom locally while keepin[More]

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