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ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION QUIZ

By Dadazi

How much do you know about the world around you? Take Fact Monster's Environment Quiz to find out.


What country consumes the most energy in the world?.1

    Russia

    China

    United States

    Canada

2. ?What country produces the most energy in the world

    Iraq

    Saudi Arabia

    United States

    Russia

3.? What is the leading source of energy in the United States

    Coal

    Oil

    Nuclear power

    Natural gas

4.? Which of the following sources of energy is NOT renewable

    Petroleum

    Hydropower

    Biomass

    Solar power

5.? How much of the world's water is available for human use

    97%

    23%

    3%

    Less than 1%

6.? About how long does it take a Styrofoam cup to decompose

    10 years

    2 months

    400 years

    150 years

7.? According to the World Health Organization, what is the most polluted city in the world

    Los Angeles, California

    Mexico City, Mexico

    New Dehli, India

    Shanghai, China

8.? What is the most common type of debris that litters our oceans

    Bags

    Plastic beverage bottles

    Cigarettes

    Food packaging

9.? Three Mile Island was the site of what disaster

    The worst nuclear explosion in the world

    The worst forest fires in U.S. history

    The worst accident in U.S. nuclear-reactor history

    The worst oil spill in U.S. history

10.? What is the most common type of trash thrown away by Americans

    Paper products and cardboard

    Metals

    Glass

    Plastics



you will find the answer to this quiz just below how to make "Thing One and Thing Two."

SELIGOR'S CASTLE - FAMILY FUN TIME
BOTH THESE BEAUTIFUL CRAFTS COME FROM THE WEBSITE BELOW

YOU WILL FIND MUCH, MORE THAN I CAN PLACE HERE AT MR. WOO'S
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Cat in the Hat                              Finger Puppet

Cat in the Hat Finger Puppet Craft


Cat in the Hat Finger Puppet Craft

For the Cat in the Hat, you’ll need 2 red pipe cleaners, one white, and two black

(the black used together to make the finger puppet base)

Plus a 4 inch black piece bent as shown to make the arms.

First, wind the puppet base with the two black pipe cleaners.

Then make the "Cat in the Hat" hat

Pipe Cleaner Seuss Hat

 


Pipe Cleaner Seuss Hat

First you’ll wind a red and white pipe cleaner around your finger to make the top then after three turns, start winding them together to make the brim. The wire is so easy to work with and so forgiving, don’t worry if it seems to come out all wonky – it’s super easy to fix into whatever shape you want. To make the top of the hat, simply coil the top pipe cleaner piece a little smaller as shown in the last photo in the series above

Glue the hat to the white pom pom

Bend two small black pieces of pipe cleaner as shown for ears, and glue them to the sides of the head just below the hat

Cut the thread into two 1½  inch pieces, and glue them to the back of the tiny black nose pom pom. This is a little tricky because both are so small – younger children might need help with this part

Glue the nose to the middle of the front of the cat face

Glue the googly eyes right above the nose

Glue the head to the puppet base

Slide the cat’s arms in between the coils of the puppet base body

Tie a ‘bow’ with a red pipe cleaner around the neck, and use your wire cutters to trim the extra length of the ends off

SELIGOR'S CASTLE
- FAMILY FUN TIME

BOTH THESE BEAUTIFUL CRAFT S COME FROM THE WEBSITE BELOW,
YOU WILL FIND MUCH, MORE THAN I CAN PLACE HERE AT MR. WOO'S
http://www.craftjr.com/dr-seuss-cat-in-the-hat-craft

Thing One and Thing Two Finger Puppets

Thing One and Thing Two Finger Puppets Craft

Thing One and Thing Two Finger Puppets Craft

The materials shown will make both of these puppets – 4 red pipe cleaners plus two sets of arms bent as shown, two 2 inch pieces of white pipe cleaners, two white pom poms, one turquoise pom pom, 4 googly eyes, two tiny light blue pom poms.

Wind the puppet base with two red pipe cleaners coiled together.

Find the middle of the blue pom pom and snip it in half with your wire clippers or scissors:

Thing One and Thing Two Hair

Thing One and Thing Two Hair

Pull them apart very carefully so that the two sides stay intact. Quickly put a LOT of glue onto the blue hair and get it on top of the white pom pom head – otherwise the fuzzies will fly everywhere and make your nose itch.

Glue the nose onto the face and the googly eyes on top of the nose.

Slide the arms in between the coils of the puppet base body.

Coil the small white pipe cleaner into a tiny circle, and glue it to the front of the puppet body

Glue the head to the puppet body.

THESE ARE MY ANSWERS FOR THE WORLD POLLUTION PROBLEM.

I DIDN'T DO VERY WELL DID I?

Answers...

Question 1 -  Actual Answer: United States.

Question 2 -  Actual Answer: United States.

The United States produces about 71 quadrillion Btus of energy a year. China is No. 2, with 67.7 quadrillion Btus.

Question 3 - Actual Answer: Oil. Oil provides the U.S. with about 40% of its energy.

Question 4 -  Actual Answer: Petroleum. Petroleum is a fossil fuel.

Coal and natural gas are other examples of fossil fuels.

Question 5 -  Actual Answer:Less than 1%.

Only about one-third of 1% of all water on Earth is available for human use.

Question 6 -  Actual Answer:400 years. It only takes an orange peel six months to decompose.

Question 7 -  Actual Answer: Mexico City, Mexico.

Mexico City has held the dubious distinction for at least four years in a row.

Question 8 -  Actual Answer:Cigarettes.

Volunteers for the International Coastal Cleanup removed nearly two million cigarettes and cigarette filters in their most recent effort to clear litter from the world's oceans.

Question 9 -  Actual Answer: The worst accident in U.S. nuclear-reactor history.

On March 28, 1979, at the nuclear power plant near Harrisburg,

Pennsylvania, coolant (the fluid that keeps a machine cool) escaped from the reactor core due to a combination of mechanical failure and human error.

Question 10 - Actual Answer: Paper products and cardboard.

Paper products and cardboard account for about 39% of all trash.

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SCOOBY, SCOOBY DOO WHERE ARE YOU.....?

Not many Cartoons about for use to copy, but here are some clips from the Scooby Doo Games, with some hints and help if you get stuck. xxx Seligor

A MESSAGE FROM SELIGOR'S CASTLE TO

MARGO FALLIS & ELECTRIC SCOTLAND FOR KIDS
WE WISH HER AND HER DAUGHTER A SPEEDY RECOVERY, BLESS YOU BOTH. 


 
Colouring Book is here with me courtesy of

  www.ElectricScotland.com

Scot

This is where you can get some more wonderful pictures to print out and colour at home with coloured pencils or crayons.
http://www.electricscotland.com/kids/colouring.htm


Margo Fallis

Margo Fallis was born in Edinburgh, Scotland. At age 7, her family emigrated to Australia, and then 3 years later to the USA. Margo has been writing most of her life and draws her own illustrations. She loves travelling and finds nowhere in the world more beautiful than her homeland. And you can also have some fun with her jigsaws. Margo is available to do special commissions and if you are interested in publishing a collection of her stories she'd love to hear from you! 
All stories in this section are the copyright of Margo Fallis.

In fact this website is so wonderful that I wrote to Margo to ask if I could share a few of her stories, likewise with all of mine etc. She sent me a lovely reply to the affirmative but ;

Unfortunately she has not been very well herself and her daughter is in hospital, so she is having to spend a lot of time away from her websites at the moment.
I know you would all love to join with me and wish Margo and her family , all our love and prayers to get better soon.



                      

                   Oh dear! I don't like Spiders very much!

A Spider who sat on my Head

Print and Colour for your Art Book
Naughty Boy and Naughty Girl

 Boy, Girl

Print and Colour for your Art Book
Coco the Clown
 
Coco the Clown

Print and Colour for your Art Book
 
Chief Readum Smoke  Chief Eagle Nose

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Print and Colour for your Art Book

http://www.electricscotland.com/kids/colouring.htm
 http://crafts.kaboose.com/swf/pencil-holder-school-craft-photo-350x255-aformaro-img_9501_rdax_65.jpg

What you'll need:

  • 1 large sheet of craft foam (12" x 17.5")
  • 1 child safe sewing needle
  • Yarn
  • Tape
  • 4 dots of self adhesive hook and loop
  • White craft glue
  • Scissors

How to make it:

http://crafts.kaboose.com/img/craft_images/pencil-holder-school-craft-photo-350x255-aformaro-img_9490.jpgFold the craft foam sheet so that you end up with two sections that are 6.5" and one that is 4.5" (x 12"). (See photo.)



Print out the word  "PENCILS" . Lay the foam out flat (not folded) and place the pattern onto the 4.5" section. Poke the sewing needle through the paper and make an impression in the craft foam. Do this all the way around the letters.
http://crafts.kaboose.com/img/craft_images/pencil-holder-school-craft-photo-350x255-aformaro-img_9492.jpg  Thread sewing needle with a 48" piece of yarn. Pull completely through and tie both ends into a knot. Sew the yarn through the holes you created to create the word "PENCILS" on the craft foam. (See photo.)     
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When finished, thread the yarn through the back of the letters and tie off. Trim and secure with a piece of tape. (See photo.)


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Thread a new piece of yarn onto the needle and sew both 6.5" sides together to create the pencil case. Tie off and secure with tape.


http://crafts.kaboose.com/img/craft_images/pencil-holder-school-craft-photo-350x255-aformaro-img_9500.jpgTurn pencil case over to the backside and pipe a generous line of white craft glue along the stitched edges to secure. Let dry. (See photo.)


http://crafts.kaboose.com/img/craft_images/pencil-holder-school-craft-photo-350x255-aformaro-img_9499.jpgPlace 4 self-adhesive hook and loop circles along the edge of the pencil case flap to keep the case closed. (See photo.)

Fill with pencils!

Foam Pencil CaseBy:

Amanda Formaro

Difficulty: Easy


Of course you could use the same pattern to make any kind of little case. A nice one would be for Mum to keep her jewellry in, maybe Dad could have another to keep his cuff links and tie pins in. Gosh I think there is many different use's and you can stitch a different name on the front of each case. Decorate the one for Mum with some pretty sequins or craft flowers. When I was little I used to save buttons, especially mother of pearl ones. When I went to boot fares or Charity shops, I would look through all the button tins, some Charity shops will save them for you, if you ask nice. They look so beautiful when arranged on the foam.
I just took a quick peep at some of the "Craft with Buttons" and there are many. Take a peep for ideas, but try to make your own so much fun.

Seligor. xxx
 SELIGOR'S CASTLE
From my favourite Kaboose People
And what better with summer here, and trips to the sea-side.



FUN FOR THE FAMILY

Seashell Critters

By: Amanda Formaro

Difficulty: Easy, Age: 6 and up

Parental supervision is recommended

Sea-shell creatures

Save the shells you find on the beach this summer and make these adorable little seashell critters.

This activity is a great way to test the childrens' creativity--have a seashell critter fashion show when you are all done!

What you'll need:

  • Seashells in various types and sizes
  • Hot glue gun
  • Wiggle eyes

How to make them:

  1. Arrange shells together to form different animals and creatures.
  2. Have a parent glue them together with hot glue.
  3. Add wiggle eyes to your creatures.

Here is another idea for using your shells.


Tips:

It’s best to position the shells first and decide how you want them to go together before gluing.

Put cockle shells together to form oyster like creatures.

For more colorful projects, paint your shells before gluing together.




 Fun 4 all the family

Milk/Juice Carton Bird Feeder

By: Amanda Formaro

Difficulty: Very Easy

Parental supervision is recommended
Recycle a milk/juice carton and make new feathered friends with this creative nature Earth Day craft for kids. Also make a great spring craft.

What you'll need:

  • Empty quart sized cardboard milk/juice carton
  • Scissors
  • String or cord
  • Hole punch or pencil
  • Bird seed

How to make it:

  1. Have an adult help you cut a hole in the bird feeder – it should be big enough so a bird could come and sit and eat the feed, but not too big or the carton will become unstable. Leave at least three inches at the bottom to hold the seed. (See photo.)
  2. Have an adult help you cut a hole using the hole punch in the top of the milk carton and put a string through the hole. Alternatively, you can poke a hole on either side of the flap at the top of the carton by poking a pencil through the top. (See photo.)
  3. Tie a knot in the string. (See photo.)
  4. Fill the carton with bird seed until it reaches the top of the hole. (See photo.)
  5. Hang the cart on a tree branch and watch the birds enjoy their snack! (See photo.)
  6. Remember if you have squirrels they will demolish your feeder pretty dashed quick, I hang mine from the washing line

Tips:

  • A quart size carton works perfect as it isn't too large and holds a decent amount of food.
  • You may choose to decorate the outside of the carton but keep in mind that it will be outside in the elements and decorations may wash off in the rain. Also, you wouldn't want the birds pecking at flaking paint!
  • Check your bird feeder regularly and refill as needed.

  • thanks for the idea from http://crafts.kaboose.com
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With many kinds of people;
And when we work together
It's such a sight to see.
The world is beautiful when we live in harmony!

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Rainbow
Now you be you
And I'll be me.
That's the way we were meant to be.
But the world is a mixing cup.
Just look what happens when you stir it up!
moon with mothsI see the moon,
And the moon sees me.
Sitting on my grandma's knee
God bless the moon,
And God bless me.
Shine on the ones I love.
I see the moon
The moon sees me
Under the shade of the old oak tree
Please let the light that shines on me
Shine on the one I love.
Over the mountainsmoon through a spiders web.
Over the sea
Back where my heart is longing to be
Please let the light that shines on me
Shine on the one I love.


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MONDAY'S child is fair of face,
TUESDAY'S child is full of grace,
WEDNESDAY'S child is full of woe,
THURSDAY'S child has far to go,
FRIDAY'S child is loving and giving,
SATURDAY'S child works hard for a living,
And the child that is born on the
SABBATH
day,
is bonny and blithe, and good and gay. 



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