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Hierbij het bordmateriaal voor MAB, enkel nog printen en lamineren, magneetjes eronder kleven en op bord hangen. 

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The list of chemicals used in fireworks has grown dramatically in the 2,000 years since gunpowder was invented. This interactive periodic table from the NOVA Web site highlights some of the elements used most frequently by people who create fireworks, and describes how they're used to create eye-popping effects.
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Combine geometry construction skills with language arts and artistic ability.
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