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Text Box: This is a wonderful way to introduce the world of rock collecting to your children. Here’s what you’ll need:
Powdered Alum, which you can find in any spice section at your grocery store
Water                                         A small pan                                       A wooden spoon                           Food coloring                               Several small jars                    Paper towels
Please remember to never leave children alone with the stove on.
Text Box: Directions:
First off here’s the amounts of food coloring for each kind of stone; “Emeralds” 10 drops of green. “Rubies” 12 drops of red. “Diamonds” no colors. “Topaz” 10 drops of yellow. “Sapphires” 10 drops of blue. “Amber” 6 drops yellow + 2 drops red + 1 drop green.
Measure 4 teaspoons of water and 3 teaspoons of Alum into the pan. Add food coloring to get the color you want. Then bring the mix to a boil and stir until all Alum is dissolved. Allow3 to Text Box: cool for 2-3 minutes and pour mixture into a jar. Let the jar sit uncovered and undisturbed for 3 days. Be careful not to move jars at all. After the third day pour out excess water and carefully remove crystals; last place them on a paper towel to dry. For more information about rocks and identifying them check out:
Www.geology.about.com/od/
Have fun!

Text Box: days. There’s tons of special days in different religions this time of year, and we just don’t know where to begin when it comes to talking about all of them. So in other words, have a great season and no matter what religion you are, what color you are, remember that it doesn’t matter about our differences. We are all celebrating for one Text Box:     CULM wants to wish you a happy holiday season. Last year’s holiday issue had descriptions of different holidays and activities you could do to celebrate them. This year we did not, simply because the holidays we featured earlier were more main stream holidays, and we felt like we were leaving out those who did not celebrate those holiText Box: reason or another so sit back, relax, and enjoy! 
Happy Cinco De Mayo
From Troll X
Text Box: Easy Crystal making project.
Text Box: Happy Holidays, whichever one you choose.
Text Box: Wintertime Sparkle bottles
Text Box: looks like in the winter; let dry. Fill up the bottle 3/4 of the way with corn syrup, then throw in a small handful of confetti. Top of the bottle with water and twist the lid on very tight. Also you can add a couple of drops of food coloring in to the mix to make it more interesting. Shake and watch the “snow” fly. It’s a nice decoration for a windowsill or on top of a desk. 
Text Box:     This is a project that is fun all year long, but is especially great in the winter when some of the world is getting snow. You’ll need just a couple of things:
Corn syrup                                  Water                                        Medium sized empty bottles, (glass or plastic)                            Confetti                                             painting supplies                        
Directions: Paint the outside of the bottle like what the outside Text Box: Sorry your crystals won’t actually look like the picture…

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Text Box: Volume 2, Issue 3

 

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