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Cardboard Box Costumes -- this would definitely be a good opportunity to let your child's imagination run wild! Great group activity to incorporate cooperative learning

Cardboard Box Costumes -- this would definitely be a good opportunity to let your child's imagination run wild! Great group activity to incorporate cooperative learning

Wormy Orange Punch : 1 gallon orange sherbert, 1 quarts Pineapple juice, I liter lemon lime soda, gummy worms. Found on tasteofhome.com

Wormy Orange Punch : 1 gallon orange sherbert, 1 quarts Pineapple juice, I liter lemon lime soda, gummy worms. Found on tasteofhome.com

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Melt crayons to make witch fingers for Halloween fun! Creative Connections for Kids #Halloween

Melt crayons to make witch fingers for Halloween fun! Creative Connections for Kids #Halloween

The Passing of Time | Education.com

The Passing of Time

The Passing of Time | Education.com

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Science Fair: Apple Allelopathy: Accelerating the Ripening Process

Apple Allelopathy: Accelerating the Ripening Process

Science Fair: Apple Allelopathy: Accelerating the Ripening Process

Haunted houses made with lunch bags - This would be so much fun for the kids to do.

Haunted houses made with lunch bags - This would be so much fun for the kids to do.

So, what compounds give bacon its aroma? The researchers compiled an exhaustive list of the volatile compounds present; they found that hydrocarbons, alcohols, ketones and aldehydes were present in large quantities in both the bacon and pork aromas. They also found some compounds present exclusively in bacon, and suggest that these play a major role in its scent.

So, what compounds give bacon its aroma? The researchers compiled an exhaustive list of the volatile compounds present; they found that hydrocarbons, alcohols, ketones and aldehydes were present in large quantities in both the bacon and pork aromas. They also found some compounds present exclusively in bacon, and suggest that these play a major role in its scent.

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