How to Make Floating Bubbles
VideoJug user KipKay shows you how to make bubbles float. This is a
great science project that kids will love, so learn how to make
All you need to make amazing floating bubbles is some of kid’s magic
soap bubbles and some dry ice in a large container. Dry ice is basically
carbon dioxide in
a solid form - it’s frozen at minus 109 degrees. It doesn’t melt; it
turns from a solid right to a gas, in this case carbon dioxide gas.

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Snow White and Rose Red, Part 1 of 2
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Sonnet 3: By William Shakespeare
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Learn reported speech from the lyrics of the song Love Potion Number Nine by the Clovers.  Learn English Through Song helps English Second Language (ESL) students study speaking, conversation,
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Love You Forever, picture book by Robert Munsch
In this story, a young woman holds her newborn son and sings to him lovingly, "I'll love you forever, I'll like you for always, as long as I'm living, my baby you'll be."  The story continues on through the entire life of this family.  This reading of the story is done by Robert Munsch himself, with some guitar picking in the background.  The book illustrations by Sheila McGraw are shown on screen.  (6:44)
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Stress and School Performance
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Love You Forever- In ASL
Student-Created Video-The popular children's story, Love You Forever, by Robert Munsch in American Sign Language. The story is voiced while being signed but no text or illustrations are used.
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Using Alphabet Sound Charts
In this video you will learn how to use alphabet sound charts to teach kids to read through homeschooling or tutoring.  Expert, Matt Nisjak, shows how to use these alphabet sound charts for doing some alphabet chants that kids love to use to learn the sounds.
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Express love in a poem, expanding on the comparisons to a grand idea, with tips from a published author and English professor in this video on writing presented by that author. For high school students wanting to write to their sweetheart, or are thinking of a future in writing - this one's for you.
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education.

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The last class of the semester consists of a brief recapitulation of topics in the Divine Comedy addressed throughout the course, followed by an extensive question and answer session with the students. The questions posed allow Professor Mazzotta to elaborate on issues raised over the course of the semester, from Dante's place within the medieval love tradition to the relationship between his roles as poet and theologian.
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