Cheesecake in a Jar with Blueberries, Strawberries, Granola + More! Posted May 24, 2011 | 18 Comments What’s more fun than yummy cheesecake? Cheesecake in a jar, of course! source And, yummy blackberry curd cheesecake in a jar, too - source Don’t forget the custom stamped spoons for added charm! RedThreadThinking - Innovation & more Lego Math Worksheets | the Kent chronicles Posted on March 23, 2009 by thesixkents More for you worksheet hungry homeschoolers! The quality for printing, I’ll admit, is not great, but don’t they still look F-U-N?? Here’s #2… And some subtraction, too! Anyhow, I thought they were cute ;-). Enjoy! Other posts you might enjoy: Math/Spelling Worksheets (#013)Math Worksheets (#010) Like this: Like Loading... Filed under: Homeschooling 101 Tagged: | Homeschool, Lego Math, Lego Math Worksheets, Math worksheets
The Art of Negative Space. on the Behance Network Sign Up Log In The Art of Negative Space. Project Featured On: Behance.net — 7/13/2011 Wacom Gallery — 12/8/2013 Tang Yau Hoong Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Follow Following Unfollow Message Add to Collection Tools Used Tools Adobe Photoshop View Gallery → Download Now → Adobe Illustrator Wacom Bamboo Tablet Watercolor Calligraphy Pen Paint Marker/Pen About About Selected designs and illustrations employing negative space by Tang Yau Hoong. www.TangYauHoong.com Published: April 26, 2011 The Art of Negative Space Selected illustrations employing negative space by Tang Yau Hoong Get connected with Tang Yau Hoong on: Website / Shop / Facebook / Instagram / Tumblr / Flickr / Twitter / Pinterest In Nostalgic Mood. Coexistence. Beware of Those Hands. Day vs. Sky Aperture. Moustacheville. In Flying Colours. The Haunting Hand Sky Invader. Ernest Hemingway Erotic Literature Spock in the Spork Eye on the City. Little Red Riding Hood. Eco-Friendly. Found Anything Yet? Sound of Nature: Piano. Feather of Life. Home. Lost Memory. Tags
Spielgaben | an incredible resource for homeschoolers | Racheous - Lovable Learning If you have yet to come across Spielgaben, do I have a treat for you! Today I’m reviewing an educational resource that I believe is one of the best resources for homeschoolers and non-homeschoolers alike. We have merely scratched the surface with the possibilities of Spielgaben and already they’ve enriched our home learning. Although I was provided with a complementary set of materials in exchange for this review, all opinions are 100% my own. You know I love natural, open-ended toys – so it’s probably not a surprise that I adore Spielgaben. The beauty of these educational toys lies in their versatility. Spielgaben offers a huge variety of resources in one high-quality set. It’s impossible to go through all of the ways you can play, learn and explore with these gorgeous quality items. You may have seen Spielgaben in our recent shapes post where I made a posting game for Lucy with DIY dice. You can see some of these resources on Spielgaben’s Pinterest boards.
Salt River Bars We are all about no-bake this week. In fact, ovens are for dorks. Not that it's really that hot this week (we obvy had to mention weather since it's kinda our thang) but we've decided only dorks are using their ovens this week. And we are not dorks. (Well, yes. In the meantime, until Friday or so when we decide we want brownies or chocolate chunk cookies (oooo, cookies), this week we are declaring ovens totally out. Rather, we're following in the footsteps of the totally cool and totally in Bakergirl (hi, Bakergirl, we think you're fab) and making these Salt River Bars. What is a Salt River Bar, you ask? Beats the pants off of us. Yes, we just said that. And, she did not lie. What did we tell you? Salt River BarsMakes 16 squaresAdapted from Bakergirl Print Recipe Line 8 x 8" glass or metal baking pan with foil so that it's hanging over the edges of the pan. Place the pan in the fridge to let the chocolate start to set. We stored these bars in the fridge as well.
Interesting, Weird, and Fun Facts - OMG Facts didactmaticprimaria Soap Flakes : Nathalie Stämpfli Soap Flakes Soap Blocks instead of liquid Soaps Today, most of the soap we use is liquid soap, which contains a lot of water. Block soap instead is more concentrated and therefore has some ecological benefits: You don’t transport unnecessary water around. In place of plastic bottles you can simply use paper for packaging. The solid blocks can easily be piled and allow a greater space efficiency in a truck. But what about the usage of soap bars?