Ruth Mifsud
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FREE Science Game: Periodic Table Battleship - What a fun way for elementary age kids to become familiar with the periodic table in school or homeschool.

FREE Science Game - Periodic table battleship is such a fun way to introduce and engage kids in the science periodic table. Perfect for science stations, after school, and homeschool students.

"Be The One" : Apologia Anatomy & Physiology Unit Three: Build A Model Robotic Hand

"Be The One" : Apologia Anatomy & Physiology Unit Three: Build A Model Robotic Hand Analyse how motion, force and energy are used to manipulate and control electromechanical systems when designing simple, engineered solutions

water cycle bag - I used to do this demonstration with third graders. add a drop of blue food coloring to the water if desired. A very effective experiment that works best in a sunny window.

Just finished the water cycle so this is great! Water cycle bag - I used to do this demonstration with third graders. add a drop of blue food coloring to the water if desired. A very effective experiment that works best in a sunny window.

Multiplication Practice with a super clever, fun Paper Game - Kids in 3rd grade and 4th grade are going to LOVE this! Great for homeschoolers too!

Maths > Fractions > Paper Math Games: Fractions and Multiplication - fun way for kids to practice math skills at home.

Large canvas print of original seascape painting designed to enhance your home or office decor. Colors include tiffany blue, teal blue, light turquoise blue, aqua, grey, white, and a touch of teal green. This art would really look good in a laundry room. The colors just "feel" clean. Artwork is by Denise Cunniff - ArtFromDenise.com. View more info at https://www.etsy.com/listing/204365258

Beach decor canvas art, Gray Teal home decor, Sunset, Seascape painting - Giclee…

Create large, custom pixel-inspired artwork on the cheap using a simple plywood or medium-density fiberboard panel and crafts paint.

Create large, custom pixel-inspired artwork on the cheap using a simple plywood or medium-density fiberboard (MDF) panel and crafts paint. Sand and clean the wood panel, then use a pencil to mark off a grid of same-size squares.