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How To Make Cloud Cookery For School Projects

by aileen Posted on October 12th, 2009

Making clouds is a good activity for you to understand the processes that happen during cloud formation. Here are some easy steps you can follow to make clouds.
Things You’ll Need:

A clear plastic juice bottle with cap.
Pump attachment
Fireplace matches
Glue gun and glue sticks


Make a hole on the cap big enough for the pump attachment to go [...]

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How to Make a Heating Pad

by Carmelia Posted on October 5th, 2009

A heating pad is a very important item to have around in the household. Whether it’s a headache, menstrual cramps or other pains, a heating pad would make for a great help. This heating pad is also made with organic and recycled materials, so you don’t have to contribute to any more waste by buying [...]

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How to Make a Model of a Brain

by aileen Posted on September 17th, 2009

Making a brain model is a great way of learning the different parts and functions of the brain. Here are some tips you can follow to make a brain model.
Before starting your brain model, you have to be familiar with its different parts and functions.
Hemispheres of the Brain

The 2 hemispheres of the brain are the [...]

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How to Make Colored Popcorn

by Carmelia Posted on August 24th, 2009

Colored popcorn makes for a fun snack when watching movies in the theater, but you can have them in the comfort of your own home, too. Here’s how you can make colored popcorn for any occasion you have.
Making Popcorn
You can’t make colored popcorn without popcorn. Here’s how you can make a fresh batch of popcorn [...]

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How to Make Homemade Chocolate

by Carmelia Posted on July 28th, 2009

If you’re a real chocolate lover, you have to try a hand at making your own chocolate. Making your own chocolate may take several tries before you arrive at a recipe and mix that you like, but you will enjoy it every step of the way. Here’s how

Cacao or cocoa beans

Cocoa butter
Nuts, raisins, etc. (optional)


Oven [...]

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How to Make a Playlist in iTunes

by Carmelia Posted on July 9th, 2009

Your iTunes is a great way to store and organize your music any way you want it. Even with so many songs stored in it, it’s understandable if you would want to separate some songs from the general. Make playlists for your workout songs, sad songs, driving songs and any other categories you can come [...]

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How to Make Your Car Ready for a Car Show

by Paul Posted on June 15th, 2009

A car, whether classic or modern, is a beauty as long as it is well-maintained. However, is it ready to be displayed in front of car lovers and racing aficionados? Remember, the people who will view your car have seen their share of super cars and muscle cars, so you should make yours stand [...]

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How to Make a Lemon Battery

by Paul Posted on June 5th, 2009

An acid is corrosive, reacting with other substances upon contact. The reaction’s power depends on the item mixed with the acid, especially if its combined with equally reactive substances. Lemon happens to bear high levels of acidity that, when enhanced, can create enough force to power small gadgets. Make a lemon battery [...]

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How to Make a Motorcycle Seat

by Paul Posted on May 12th, 2009

A motorcycle seat is made for comfort, amidst a rough motorcycle ride. The firm and thick cushion pads the impact for every road bump while its smooth cover pampers posterior. Settling for the seat that comes with your bike is okay, but any style-conscious biker prefer seats that have more attitude. Make [...]

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How to Make a Portable Water Purifier

by Paul Posted on May 12th, 2009

Having a portable purifier at home ensures that you and your family are drinking clean, microbe-free water. Just by running tap water onto the apparatus, it enacts on the liquid, filtering contaminants from your drinking water. Portable purifiers are widely available on the market, however, they are often stiffly priced. instead of [...]

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