4Truth wrote:Does the gelatin we use for the first science experiment (the cell) have to be lemon flavored, or does it matter? We were supposed to do the lemon gelatin thing yesterday, but for some reason I missed it when prepping for the week and didn't have lemon flavored on hand. So I wondered if lime would work, or if there was a special reason lemon was mentioned.
HSmommi2mine wrote:We just started R2R and need non-hardening clay for a project this week. What is it exactly? I can find air drying clay in a big tub and little (expensive!) sticks of non- hardening clay in multicolor packs but what I really need is a big tub of non-hardening clay. Any ideas?
momtogc wrote:Has anyone used an alternative of any kind to do the "Bible Library" craft on RTR Week 1 from How the Bible Came to Us? I didn't buy matchboxes because I didn't know what I would do with all those matches. But I really want us to do the activity so any suggestions for another way?
momtogc wrote:Thanks! I read your post and the one above it where someone talked about using raisin boxes. I just happen to have eight of the little mini raisin boxes. Perfect. I'll look around to see if I can find something they will fit in to hold them together. I just needed to think outside the box! ; ) Thanks again!
momtogc wrote:Ah yes, God's Word is a gift. Ribbon is appealing! Great ideas! Many thanks!
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