Hey kids, check out this quick video about about our galaxy, the Milky Way. Find out where the Sun is and what’s out there beyond our solar system.
NO-COOK PLAY DOUGH YOU WILL NEED: • 2 Cups of all purpose flour • 2 Tablespoons vegetable oil (baby oil and coconut oil would work) • 1/2 Cup salt •
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Flying Saucer Pizza You will need to ask your adult for help. •Olive Oil •Patty Pan Squash •Pizza sauce •Pepperoni •Mozzarella Cheese Ask your adult to light the grill. Have
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By Karen Rice • Official Kids Mag Some kids from Northwest Arkansas had fun recently at the Fayetteville Public Library creating their own planets in an “Out of this World”
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Kids and Their Pets: Spanky and Sonja These are my two dogs, Spanky is the black and white one while the other dog is named Sonja, a Blue heeler
By Karen Rice • Official Kids Mag What would it be like to walk on the moon for the first time? No cities. No cars. No plants. No light except
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By Karen Rice • Official Kids Mag We’re talking a lot about outer space in this issue, but what about the planet we call home? We know some kids who
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By Renee Durham Sam Spencer has a goal. He is going to do a marathon. Sam is 14, and has recently started meeting with Achilles Arkansas on Saturday mornings. Achilles
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If you were interested about learning our tasty Oreo moon phases, click here to learn about the FIRST EVER men to walk on the moon; Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin.
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