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Check for allergies 1st.

*Get oil, a jar of salted or roasted peanuts, and pour in a blender. Serve it with saltines.

*Have students bring in something made from peanuts.

*Make soap

Here's a great website I use, too
http://www.da.usda.gov/oo/colorbook.htm

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lwiggins 02-16-2009 06:15 PM

Check for allergies 1st.

*Get oil, a jar of salted or roasted peanuts, and pour in a blender. Serve it with saltines.

*Have students bring in something made from peanuts.

*Make soap

Here's a great website I use, too
http://www.da.usda.gov/oo/colorbook.htm

hawkfam 02-12-2009 06:41 AM

I am looking for any hands on activities or crafts to go along with George Washington Carver. We are just getting ready to start learning about him. I know he is the peanut guy so any ideas for that?




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