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Cold Stars and Newly Minted Moons: Homemade Peppermint Patties

We’ve definitely had a galactic mint trend going on this week with our “Imagined Galaxies” March breACK! For our final March BreACK! treat, we’re tackling a homemade version of one of the kids’ new faves, one I’ve loved for a long time: the Peppermint Patty.  It took me a while working with different recipes to […]

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Kid – Invented Constellations

Today, keeping up with the “Imagined Galaxies” theme of our March breACK! 2015, I had the kids build upon their enthusiasm for their Imagined Solar System designs by inventing their own constellations. They spent time using the art supplies of their choice to diagram or illustrate their brand new group of stars. Then, I asked them, in […]

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Space pARTy 101: Imagined Solar Systems

Today, as part of our March breACK! 2015 space party, I asked the kids to create their own imagined solar systems. We had two points of inspiration. First, I had them look through an amazing book, The Universe: A Convergence of Art, Music, and Science, (ed. Jay Belloli) that Blaise picked up a long time […]

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Deep-Space Pizza Planets [Chicago-Style Deep Dish Pizza Recipe]

This week’s March BreACK! festivities are turning into quite the space party! And no party would be complete without a pizza. Today, we’re putting together one of our favourite feast-pizzas, Chicago-Style Deep Dish, with a bit of a twist. We’ve made them into Pizza Planets with “stars” of sliced Mozzarella Cheese and a few extra […]

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Space Fish, Aliens, and UFOs : Mixed Media Collage for Kids

While it was a somber home-coming, the crew of the ‘Ramses 2000’ could not help but rejoice to see the matcha fish swimming about the salt-clouds of Mysinae. They saw some fine fins swooshing left and right, and some others clinging by their suckers onto the windows of the ship, their tentacles bright orange-pink, or […]

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