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Always learning from KATHY BARBRO. My kids and I love your tutorials. Thank you for sharing!

To better understand the digestive system of the human body, we completed an experiment of what happens to our food after we eat. 
Using only a plastic bag, a banana, crackers, and colored water, we were able to recreate the process of digestion, with the plastic bag representing our stomach. 
In the plastic bag, we crushed the banana and crackers together to represent chewing.
We then added the colored water to the mixture to serve as the gastric juices for digestion.

How to self inflate a ghost balloon using baking soda and vinegar

Small bottle
Small funnel
Baking soda

Once upon a time there was a boy called Jack. He lived with his mother. They were very poor. All they had was a cow...
The giant in this story has a magic harp that can sing and a magic hen that lays golden eggs!
 Imagine that some of the things in your house are magic.
Tell us all about them. For example:
 - My slippers - when I wear my magic slippers I can jump as high as my house.
 - My red giraffe - when I go to sleep with red giraffe I have nice dreams.
-  My school bag - if my school bag is heavy it grows wings and can fly to school.

Remember, remember the fifth of November
Gunpowder, treason and plot
I see no reason why gunpowder treason
Should ever be forgot.

Great artist I have in my class!

Burton Morris (Pittsburgh, 1964) is an American pop-art artist. He is influenced by pop-art artists from the 60's and 70's, like Warhol, Lichtenstein and Haring.
Now he is one of the most famous modern post pop-art artist. His work is cheerful, energetic and colourful. His characteristic lines with the bright colours give his work a fantastic energy.
Morris's work is known of tv-series like Friends and also appears in major advertising campaigns by U.S. companies like AT & T, Pepsi and Heinz.

My students´s works of art inspired by artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo - a man who used images of fruits and vegetables to create art.