Italian Bees by Aria

Did you know that NOT all bees sting? That’s because not all bees have stingers, like the Italian Bee. A beekeeper friend found this nest of Italian Bees for my family to care for. Did you know that bees have nationalities just like people? So guess where the Italian Bee is from? Nope, not Canada,Continue reading “Italian Bees by Aria”

Eastern Grey Kangaroos by Isabella

Eastern Grey kangaroos are found on the eastern side of Australia. They are marsupials which means that they carry their young in their pouch. A bunch of kangaroos together is called a mob. They are really adaptable and love eating grass. A lot of people say there are too many of them but I disagree.Continue reading “Eastern Grey Kangaroos by Isabella”

The Wolf Eel by Isabella

Wolf eels live in the Northern Pacific ocean near rocky reefs and kelp forests. They eat sea urchins and crabs. A male and female wolf eel are very loyal and stay together for a long time. They like to spend their days in little spaces.                       Family Name:                      Anarhichadidae You can watch a really cool videoContinue reading “The Wolf Eel by Isabella”

How to Zig-Zag on a Skateboard by Aria

Do you want to learn how to ride your skateboard in a zig-zag? Do you want to be able to control the direction your skateboard is traveling in? Great! I love to zig-zag down the street on my skateboard. Supplies: Skateboard, helmet Optional: Knee, elbow and wrist pads Procedure: You can start here by readingContinue reading “How to Zig-Zag on a Skateboard by Aria”

How to Jump Across A Stream by Mateo

Want to learn to jump further? The first step is to believe in yourself and tell yourself that you can do it. You have to be BRAVE and force yourself to move forward. Push yourself that extra little bit and then your body will move further through space. That’s how I learned to jump. JumpContinue reading “How to Jump Across A Stream by Mateo”

How to Build a Bird Feeder By Aria

Winter is the perfect time to build a bird feeder. Birds will flock to your feeder since seeds in the wild are harder to find. What You Will Need: Pinecones, string/yarn or twine, sun butter or a nut butter, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, a teaspoon, parchment paper and baking sheet Procedure: First Step is toContinue reading “How to Build a Bird Feeder By Aria”

How to do a Cartwheel by Isabella

Have you always wanted to do a cartwheel? Did you know that everyone has a hard time doing a cartwheel in the beginning? Here are the steps that I follow when doing a cartwheel. (Remember, to keep practicing. You can do it! ) Begin with a warmup. Now you are ready to do a cartwheel!Continue reading “How to do a Cartwheel by Isabella”