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make rain clouds in your kitchen and other color mixing activities

Kitchen Science: Making Rain Clouds

Here’s something fun to try this weekend – make rain clouds with the kids in your own kitchen!

Check out my full rain-cloud-making/color-mixing post here.

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digital photography for beginners book September 5, 2014 at 10:10 pm

Magazine cover – Students will choose a magazine, then study past
cover photos for inspiration. Whitehill, Karen Jacobs, Iwaski and Michael Khandros.
Usually, there is little room for extras, as the typical dorm room just isn’t large enough,
so it’s important to be as creative as possible.

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