How to make Nutella
1. Get a blender.
2. Put hazelnut powder or crushed hazelnuts in the blender.
3. Add cocoa powder.
4. Put blender on high
5. Blend for 2 to 3 minutes
6. Put in container or just have a little snack right then.
7. Enjoy your homemade Nutella!!!
Fun Facts about Nutella
*The first Nutella was made in Piedmont, Italy.
*The original name of nutella was Supercrema.
*You can cover the Great Wall of China 8 times with Nutella containers.
* Nutella used to be blocks of chocolate, like a candy bar!
A phoenix is a bird in Greek, Roman, and Egyptian mythology. The phoenix can live for 1,400 years, then dies and it is reborn. It has golden and scarlet feathers. It is the size of an eagle. The phoenix is like an eagle, but with rick red and gold plumage,
The myth is that the phoenix burnt itself on the alter of the temple of Helios. A worm emerged from the ashes became a young phoenix.
The phoenixes call can make a person deaf. It can radiate heat so it can burn it's enemy.
It's tears have healing powers.
A dragon is a legendary creature that is most likely a reptile. A dragon is like a lizard that breathes fire and has wings. It is likely that dragons are cold blooded. A dragon speed is 200 mph and the wing span is 400 feet in length. All dragons have two holes in it's mouth, these holes would make a highly flammable gas during breathing. The gas comes out of the dragon's mouth, when the sparks hit the gas, it will light up creating fire.
Dragons live in deep places, others hide in deep caves, and some other perch on high mountain tops. The dragon can be 10 feet long. Dragons use toxic bacteria in their mouths to wound their prey.
How to make Crunch Slime
1. First, get a bowl
2. Get any glue, but you cannot use glue sticks.
3. Pour the glue into the bowl.
4. Add 4 or 5 drops of food coloring (which ever color you like)
5. Stir with a big spoon
6. Add 2 shaving cream bottles
7. Stir the shaving cream and put in more food coloring
8. You may add glitter if you want
9. Stir the glitter into the mixture.
10. After you stir, put in baking soda
11. Put some contact solution (saline solution) on the baking soda
12. Pour baking soda and saline into the slime
13. Put pony beads and decorative filler beads
14. Pour it onto the slime, then add more crunchy beads, if you desire.
15. If you haven't gotten the color you want, add more food coloring now.
16. Knead the slime for about 50 seconds or more.
White tigers are interesting animals. They belong to the Bengal Tiger family. They have black or dark brown stripes going vertically from top to toe.
White tigers have blue eyes, unlike green or yellow found in normal Bengal tigers. People love the beauty of it's fur color, but white tigers struggle struggle to camouflage in the jungle.
Habitat: White tigers were found throughout India, but then they witnessed a decrease over the past 60 years.
Lifestyle: White tigers mainly hunt during the night because it is more effective for them to catch their prey. The reason for this may be because of it's brightly colored fur, so it's easier to spot them out during the day. They also have very powerful eyesight that allows them to see easily in the dark. Claw marks and urinating on trees are tools they use to make their territory. White tigers are also great swimmers.
Reproduction and Life expectancy- When cubs are born they are blind and weigh about 1 kg each. White tigers leave their mothers when they are 18 months old. They can life up to 12-15 years in the wild ,but in a zoo they live until they are 20.
Defenses- White tigers have strong jaws, sharp claws, and huge teeth. White tigers are at the top of the food chain.
Behaviors- White tigers are very aggressive when they are hunting. When they are caring for their young they are very sensitive.
Life Cycle- When babies are born they stay with their mothers for 2 to 3 years. During that time, the mother teaches them everything. White tigers are animals that are on their own. They are solitary animals.
Diet- White tigers mainly eat wild boar, buffalo, and deer. They can eat up to 40 lbs at one time. By eating that much, they won't have to eat for several days. Tigers eat animals by sneaking up and pouncing like an average cat. Then they use their claws and teeth to make a clean, but bloody kill.
Survival Status- White tigers are pretty much extinct in the wild. When white tigers are born they are mostly killed by predators because they are young and easily stand out. Also, these animals are close to being extinct because hunters kill them for their organs and beautiful fur.
More info: White tigers have no predators because they are big and powerful animals. The only threat to them is lack of habitat and prey caused by humans.
The snow male tigers are 8 to 10.2 feet long and female tigers are 7.1 to 8.5 feet long. Male tigers weight 420 to 570 lbs and female tigers weigh about 350 pounds.
Chocolate can lead to illness and even death to dogs. Vets say one of the most common causes of dog poisoning is chocolate. If your dog eats chocolate or dark chocolate, you should call a vet right away. You would have to watch your dog's behavior or make your dog vomit. A chocolate chip cookie can cause problems for a little dog, but not for a big dog. A bag of chocolate chips can spell trouble for a big dog.
Typically, your dog will vomit on his own. If your dog doesn't, the vet you take him to will tell you to give him hydrogen peroxide to make him vomit.
Some pet owners bribe their dog with peanut butter in a bowl and then put hydrogen peroxide around the rim. They do that because dogs tend to lick their bowls clean.
Once your dog vomits, do not give the dog any food or water. If you think your dog ate chocolate, don't wait for symptoms, because they take 6-12 hours to show up. Some symptoms include: extreme thirst, diarrhea, too much energy, pacing, panting, shaking, and seizures. The chocolate stays in the body for a long time. In severe cases, symptoms can last up to 72 hours. Early treatments will help your dog recover quicker. Vets judge the dog's condition and then decide on the right treatment. Most dogs survive because of fast acting owners.
Dark chocolates, baking chocolates, and dry cocoa powder are more dangerous than white chocolate or milk chocolate. Unlike most cats, dogs have a sweet tooth and will eat almost anything. They also don't know when they are full, so a 10 pound dog can easily eat a pound of chocolate. Small amounts of milk chocolate may not cause a problem in larger dogs, but it's still not recommended that pet owners offer their dog chocolate as a treat.
To make sure your dog doesn't take chocolate follow these tips:
1. Put away all the chocolate to where the dog cannot reach them.
2. Teach your dog to "leave it". The command "leave it" is very effective.
3. Create a sturdy crate that is large enough for your dog to stand up and turn around in it and be comfortable.
4. Also put toys, a blanket, and treats in the crate so the crate feels like their own personal den.
Here are a few types of chocolates listed in order of how toxic they are to dogs:
1. Cocoa powder (most toxic)
2. Unsweetened baker's chocolate
3. Semisweet chocolate
4. Dark chocolate
5. Milk chocolate
6. White chocolate (not very toxic)
#1 Purchase a finger board. If you are just starting, Tech Deck is a good way to go, but Girl and Zoo York are also good brands.
#2 Master the ollie. The ollie is the basic trick in fingerboarding. Place your middle finger on the tail of the board and your index finger in the middle. Some people like it closer to the nose of the board because it gives you more control. Press our middle finger down, forcing the front of the board up. Move your finger forward slightly, making the back of the board come up, too. This will not work if you do not do it quickly. Press down, but not forcefully, so that the board lands on the surface your skating on, and your fingers land on the board.
#3 Learn the 50-50. The 50-50 is the basic grind for skateboarding, fingerboarding and handboarding. Ride straight at the beginning at the rail or the edge of the box. Ollie at the rail or edge. Land your trucks on the rail or edge and slide along until you reach the end. Ride off and land it.
While sweeping your mid fingers, slide your index finger a little forward. This will make the board flip. Land it by practicing the trick a lot. Also put it in the Ollie position.
This is probably the first flip trick you will do. To start off, kick it up right where it start to dip in and kick out and catch it with your two fingers. So you put your back finger on the tail and your other just in the middle and slide it to the back of your board and do it until you get it right.
I want to make my project about being an artist of a chef. I love both, but I want to see what other people think, so I made a survey.
Brain: The brain has billions of nerve cells that are controlled by the brain. The brain controls the nervous system.
Central Nervous System: It includes the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nervous system, and peripheral nerve. It controls most functions of the body and mind. It controls our thoughts and the way we move.
Types of muscles: Skeletal muscle, cardiac muscles, and smooth muscles.
Skeletal muscles are attached to bone. They pull on tendons and make the body part move.
Cardiac Muscle: heart muscles that causes the beating of the heart.
Smooth Muscle: They help food pass through the digestive system. It helps hollow organs contract.
The Anatomy of a Bone- Bones are the framework of our bodies. Babies have over 300 bones. Adults only have 206 bones! The reason is because babies' bones are made out of cartilage and some bones join together when we grow.
Bone Parts: Outside part of the bone is called the periosteum. It's thin, but have the nerves and the blood vessels which nourish the bone. Compact bone is smooth and very hard. Cancellous bone looks like a sponge, but it stronger. In the very inside of the bone is bone marrow and that looks like jelly and makes new blood cells for the body.
The Skeletal System: is a network of what tendons, ligaments and cartilage that connect the bones to other bones. It's function is to protect the organs, move the body, produce blood cells, stores calcium, creates support for the body. Teeth are also part of the skeletal system.
Wide receivers are the play makers on the field. They must have a good combination of physical traits and hand-eye coordination. A great receiver is such a complicated combination of traits. Agility, body control, strength, quickness, soft hands, physical stamina, concentration, and focus.
During practice , the drill starts with two players standing on the goal line facing each other 5 yards apart. They start running sideways tossing the ball back to back until they reach the end zone. They get a quick rest, then start back up on the field.
They have to make sure they stretch before they play. They should also wear gloves to make it easier to catch the ball.
RULES OF THE GAME
When the play is being set up the wide receiver has to be 15 yards from the sidelines. To complete a pass, the wide receiver has to have one foot in bounds. After catching the ball, the receiver wants to go at least 10 yards to make a first down.
Pika Mouse Facts
-It is a type of mouse.
-The creatures of Pokemon used it's name to create Pikachu.
- It is a small mammal.
- It has short limbs.
-They are native to cold climates.
-Most species live on rocky mountain sides.
- More active during twilight, but they are not nocturnal.
- It is related to the chinchilla.
- The Pika mouse is an herbivore.
- They are popular as pets.
- They live only about 7 years.
- They live in burrows with a family group and share duties gathering food or keeping watch.
- They have a very loud bark.
-It doesn't have a tail.