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500 g of pasta 🍝
3 garlic 🧄
2 tablespoons of pine nuts 🌰
4 tablespoons of olive oil
2 tablespoons of parmesan grated with salt 🧂 and pepper
- Detach the basil leaves. Peel the garlic cloves. Cut them in half and remove the germ inside.
- To make the pesto, mix the basil leaves and the garlic. Add the pine nuts, oil, parmesan, salt and pepper, and mix well again.
- Cook the pasta as directed on the package. At the end of cooking, take 3 tablespoons of water from the pasta and mix with the pesto.
- Drain the cooked pasta. Pour them into a bowl, add the pesto and mix well. You can serve with grated parmesan.
Ingredients: PVA glue, tablespoon, teaspoon, cup, contacts lenses, backing soda, food coloring.
- Pour about 1/4 PVA glue.
- Add a quarter of teaspoon of baking soda into the PVA glue.
- Mix the backing soda with the PVA glue together with a spoon.
- Add a few drops of food coloring.
- Add one tablespoon of contact lenses.
- Warning! If your slime look and fells to sticky add some more contact lenses.
- Start with your rectangular paper, move it vertically.
- Fold the bottom half up to the top.
- Fold the bottom right corner over to the left corner and make a small pinch, just enough to crease the paper. Open it back up.
- Using the crease as a guide, fold the left and right bottom corners up and to the middle.
- Flatten the folded pieces down.
- Rotate the paper.
- Fold one layer from the bottom up along the bottom of the front flaps.
- Flip the paper over to the other side.
- Fold the bottom edge up in the same way.
- Unfold, and then fold the bottom right corner in along the crease you made.
- Repeat on the bottom left flap.
- Re-fold the bottom edge back up.
- Open the bottom of the model.
- Look at the corners. Flatten and then insert the overlapping flap on the left underneath the right section.
- Fold one layer up to the top.
- Repeat on the back.
- Open the bottom of the model.
- Pull apart the left and right flaps.
- Flatten it out, in the shape of a boat.
- Open it slightly. The triangle in the middle resembles a sail.
- Try it out on the water.
- (bonus)! Make more with different sizes and then do a race. What do you notice?
This was helps with https://www.thesprucecrafts.com/easy-origami-boat-instructions-4057416
- (optional paper clip)
- (optional art supplies)
- Take the piece of paper 📝 and fold it in half (vertically).
- Open it up and fold each of the top corners onto the center line.
- Fold the top edges onto the center line
- Fold the plane ✈️ .
- Fold the wings down, matching the top edges with the bottom edges.
- (Optional) with the art 🖼 supplies customize your plane ✈️.
- Throw it and watch it soar!
Bonus: with the paper clip at it to a wing. What do you notice when you throw it?
We made switches in technology. Mine was a person and a hammer🔨. You would put the cardboard hammer on the person and the light 💡 would go on! I had to use cardboard, aluminum foil, and popsicle sticks. I had to cut the cardboard to make pieces and use the glue gun to stick the pieces together. The hardest part was to make the hammer round. I had to cut it well because one false move could destroy 💥 it. There was a lot of dangerous materials like the wood cutter 🪓 that can seriously injure 🤕 you and even kill 😵 you. In the end my switch turned out to be pretty cool😎.
To see how it works watch the video below:
It’s been so long I did a blog 😀. I decided I am. going to make videos that shows to cook👨🏻🍳 delicious recipes😋, create👨🏻🔧 awesome things, and draw🧑🏻🎨 crazy pictures! Before, I do all of this let me tell you about myself. My name is Philip Chadie. I am eleven years old. My birthday is in July 15. My favorite food is brownies and donuts🍩. However, for me broccoli 🥦=🤮. I like to play video games and read. Interesting fact 🤔 I am French 🇫🇷! I can’t wait to do my video channel!
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