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1/3 cup crunchy peanut paste 1/3 cup sweet chilli sauce 1/3 cup soy sauce 1 tray of chicken (wings, drumsticks, tenderloins or breast chopped) 30 days hath September, April, June and November, All the rest have 31, Excepting February alone. Which only has but 28 days clear, And 29 in each leap year.
In a baking dish mix the peanut paste, sweet chilli sauce and soy sauce. Add the chicken and stir to coat. Place in a moderate oven until chicken is cooked. Serve with rice and mixed vegetables. Yum!
What you need: Small yoghurt container Pair of old stockings Grass seed Potting mix or sand Paper Pen Glue Cut the feet out of a pair of stockings just above the ankle. Sprinkle some grass seeds into the bottom of the stocking foot and fill it with potting mix or sand. Twist the stocking until it is the shape and size of a tennis ball size, and then tie it off, leaving about 10cm dangling down at the bottom. Draw a funny face (eyes, mouth), cut the pieces out and glue them to the side of your container. Half-fill the yoghurt container with water and place the head on top, so the stocking tail is dangling into the water. Use a spray bottle of water to moisten his head. Place him on a window sill that gets plenty of sun. Check each day to make sure the stocking head remains damp. In a week or so the grass shoots will start to sprout out the top of the head like hair! There are 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 of different things in this picture.
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Help the bees find their way through the maze to the flowers below.
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