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How to Teach Kids How to Count to 100 (Or Higher)

Learning to count is an exciting accomplishment for any preschooler. Not only does it give them a way to understand number concepts, but it also helps them develop their fine motor skills and learn to focus. There are a few different ways you can go about teaching your child to count. You can do it …

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How to Draw a Mountain Goat in 10 Easy Steps

Did you know that one-way sheep communicate with others and their surrounding is through scent? To communicate with one another, sheep use scent glands located in front of their eyes and between the digits of their hooves that produce smelly secretions used to communicate with one. Also, they can communicate through vocalization, often called bleating. …

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How to Draw an Ox in 10 Easy Steps

Yaks are cattle with long hair covering every inch of their bodies. They can be roughly divided into domesticated (Bos grunniens) and wild (Bos mutus). Yaks are high-altitude relatives of cattle. They spend their life thriving through the harsh chilly of Tibet.  So their body is covered with thick fur undercoat to protect them from …

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How to Draw a Chilli Pepper in 10 Easy Steps

Everyone’s tolerance for chili pepper is different. This fruit of plants of the genus Capsicum, which are members of the nightshade family, Solanaceae, is the chili pepper, sometimes known as chili pepper or more commonly just referred to as a “chili.” Despite the fact that chilis are sometimes considered vegetables, their primary use in food …

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How to Draw a Hummingbird in 12 Easy Steps

Did you know that hummingbirds are the only bird that can fly backward? This beautiful little hummingbird is distinguished by their long, narrow beaks and swiftly beating wings. Their name comes from the unusual quality of being able to fly quickly and the humming sound made by the beating of their wings. Hummingbirds can fly …

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How to Teach Kids to Roller Skate (or Rollerblade)?

So, you’re thinking it might be time to take your kids skating? Great idea! Skating is not only a fun activity, but it’s also great exercise. If you’re like most parents, you probably have some questions about how to get started. Here are a few tips to help you teach your kids to roller skate …

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How to Teach Kids Multiplication

Has your child showed early adeptness in math? Or maybe they’re in the third grade and just not getting this new multiplication concept. Either way, you want to be sure that your child is getting the best education possible. After all, multiplication is a key fundamental in mathematics that will be used throughout their schooling …

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How to Teach Kids to Play the Piano (So They Love It)

When it comes to teaching kids to play the piano, one size does not fit all. Some children are natural-born musicians and will excel with traditional instruction, while others may benefit from a more creative approach. The best way to ensure that your child falls in love with playing the piano is to find a …

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12 Places Your Kids Should See and Things to Do Before They Go to College

If you’ve got a teenager, chances are you’re getting ready for college in one way or another. And while there’s a lot to think about in terms of preparation and logistics, don’t forget that college is also a huge life experience for your child. So before they head off to campus, make sure they’ve had …

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17 Different Types of Board Games Similar to Sorry

Sorry! is a classic board game where four players race a set of pawns around a track. Each turn, the player draws a card and moves the number of spaces or otherwise follows the instructions on it. If a pawn lands on another pawn, it sends the squashed piece back to the starting location. The Sorry! cards …

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How to Draw a Pearl in 9 Easy Steps

  Did you know that pearls are named “Queen of Jewelry” because of their everlasting charm that has attracted individuals ever since it was originally discovered until today? This is the only gemstone that comes from a living creature. The oysters from which they originate from living are also eaten as seafood, and the oyster’s …

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How to Draw a Microscope in 11 Easy Steps

Did you know that the very first microscopes were used to study insects, and they were nicknamed “Flea Glasses”.? This apparatus is a scientific instrument “that produces enlarged images of small objects.” The word “microscope” comes from the ancient Greek words meaning “small” and “to see”. Using a microscope in your science class would be …

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How to Draw a Lab Flask in 8 Easy Steps (for Kids)

A flask is a type of container made of glass. They are a common piece of apparatus used in laboratories.  The amount of volume they can store, which is expressed in metric units like liters (L) or milliliters, determines the size of the object (mL). Depending on what they are used for, their design varies, …

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How to Draw Coins in 12 Easy Steps

A coin is a tiny, flat, spherical piece of metal that is primarily used as legal cash or as a means of transaction. Coins are often constructed of metal, metal alloys, or occasionally synthetic materials. They have been produced for approximately 2600 years and are typically disc-shaped. Coins are the most common form of payment. …

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How to Draw a Camel in 9 Easy Steps

  The word “camel” comes from the Arabic word for “beautiful”. While beauty might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about a camel, there’s much to admire and appreciate about these animals. Camels are native to Africa, the Middle East, and Asia, where they have been used for centuries …

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How to Draw a Red Onion in 10 Easy Steps

I’m sure that this product is very familiar to you since we saw this always in the kitchen and also this is added to many different dishes. Onions are bulb-shaped vegetables that grow underground. Onions may have several health benefits, mostly due to their high content of antioxidants and sulfur-containing compounds. Onions vary in size, …

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How to Draw a UFO in 12 Easy Steps

UFO is an abbreviation of “Unidentified flying object. This is a flying object seen in the sky or landing on Earth which cannot be identified and which some people believe could be a spaceship from another planet. ”Learn how to illustrate this cartoon UFO made from simple elements and cool effects! Drawing an alien spaceship …

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How to Draw a Dragon in 13 Easy Steps

The dragon is a mythical being found in the worlds of myth, legend, and fantasy. Chinese culture, European culture, South American culture, and many more all include dragon tales. Dragons may resemble dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures. Because of this, it is simple to imagine that those creatures could have served as an illustration for …

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How to Draw a Radish in 11 Easy Steps

The radish is a member of the Brassicaceae family of edible root vegetables that was domesticated in pre-Roman Europe. There are many different types of radishes, each with its own size, color, form, and amount of time needed for cultivation. Radish has been grown as a root vegetable since before the Roman era. Radishes are …

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How to Draw an Eggplant in 12 Easy Steps

Did you know that summer is the growing season for aubergine? Eggplants are also commonly known as “AUBERGINE”. The “aubergines” comes from the ancient language of Sanskrit.  This needs high temperatures to grow. They have a short growing season and can be harvested 60 days after planting. This fruit can be also prepared in a …

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How to Draw a Cucumber in 8 Easy Steps (for Kids)

Did you know that cucumber contains more than 90% of water? It is a rich source of vitamins C and vitamins of the B group and minerals such as iron, magnesium, potassium, and phosphorus. Cucumber is not a vegetable it is a fruit. This fruit appears 8 to 10 weeks after planting. One plant produces …

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How to Draw a Carrot in 15 Easy Steps

Carrots are good for your health. Packed with beta-carotene, a pigment that gives carrots their bright orange color, carrots help maintain healthy eyes, skin, teeth, and muscles. Carrots are also rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidant compounds. As part of a balanced diet, they can help support immune function, reduce the risk of some cancers, …

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How to Draw an Umbrella in 9 Easy Steps

  The umbrella was initially created as sun protection and served as a prestige symbol for servants over royalty and other people of high rank. Coverings included feathers, leaves, paper, and silk, some of which had been oiled or varnished to make them waterproof. The ribs were originally composed of cane and then whalebone, but …

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