An eco-friendly idol of Ganesha made using air dry clay.

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Visited India in summer and saw elephants in Jaipur with colorful cloths.<center></center>Got inspired and created elephant with lego with that image of elephant in mind.

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A nice way to decorate your old magazines on table tops. You just need to fold the magazines papers. No paper cutting at all. You can also use it as a vase by putting a few flower sticks in the center. Lets see how to make it. It is really simple, quick and fun way to keep your kids busy.

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Here are the 6 easy steps to draw a cat. <center></center>What you need :<center></center>A plain paper, <center></center>A pencil,<center></center>An eraser,<center></center>Crayon colors - Black, Gray and Pink

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Here is an amazing science experiment that will amaze your Kids and their friends. <center></center>Usually, when you prick a balloon, it goes POP! But I will tell you the trick to pierce the balloon without popping it.

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Newton\'s Second Law of Motion tells that Force equals mass times acceleration (F=MA).<center></center>You can tell how hard a moving object is going to hit by knowing how big it is (big means how much mass it has) and how fast it is speeding up (its acceleration). <center></center>To demonstrate, lets take -<center></center>1. Two marbles - One is small and other is big. The smaller marble should weight lighter than the bigger marble.<center></center>2. Take two wooden tracks and put them…

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Handmade flower pot specially designed with waste paper.

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Sir Issac Newton\'s First Law of Motion is as follows: An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion unless acted upon by an outside force.<center></center>What that means is that something that is sitting there will continue to sit there unless moved. And something moving will keep moving unless something stops it.

Sir Issac Newton\'s First Law of Motion is as follows: An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion unless acted upon by an outside force.<center></center>What that means is that something that is sitting there will continue to sit there unless moved. And something moving will keep moving unless something stops it.

This picture made by Anusha few years back in her art class. It is made using craft papers and gems.

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