shellbell wrote:Am I the only one... I had never heard of the continent Oceania. We were given a new dictionary and it listed it as a continent. Did a very quick search on goggle and found that there are actually 4-7 continents depending on different things. I had heard about Eurasia, but not Oceania.
Praise God that He doesn't change and that He remains the same!
jasntas wrote:We are starting Antarctica on Monday and I plan to have the dc do the Ice Sculpture project from the Global Art book. I have the sugar cubes but I was wondering if anyone has substituted the hard drying icing with something else. I'm just feeling a bit lazy and don't really want to make the icing.
Could I use regular frosting in a can or school glue? I know the frosting won't harden but it's basically just to glue them together. Would the school glue react with the sugar and melt it or something? I would only want them to stay together long enough to take a picture of their creations for their notebooks.
cbollin wrote:do you have a way to get Marshmallow creme at the store this morning? (or slightly melted marshmallows like for rice krispie treats?)
I think that might work for edible glue for this project based on how my youngest daughter likes to make "marshmallow sheep" from time to time. it holds the mini m and m's in place long enough.??
davimee wrote:I don't have anything to add about the project, but all the talk of sugar made me smile. Last night in her prayer my youngest said, "Dear God, thank you for making sugar. That was such a good idea!"
Julie in MN wrote:
Thanks for the cute story
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