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 The sun – the main source of light on Earth  The moon – this is reflected light from the sun  Fire – creates light energy and heat energy  Electricity.

 The sun – the main source of light on Earth  The moon – this is reflected light from the sun  Fire – creates light energy and heat energy  Electricity.

How to achieve a sugar free diet - Steps to eating less sugar and the health benefits of cutting out sugar

The huge health benefits of cutting out sugar - a sugar free diet

How to achieve a sugar free diet - Steps to eating less sugar and the health benefits of cutting out sugar

3 Likes, 1 Comments - Dina (@dina.joy) on Instagram: “#plantstrong in more ways than one.”

3 Likes, 1 Comments - Dina (@dina.joy) on Instagram: “#plantstrong in more ways than one.”

Official XXL Freshman Pitches Beat|Let Em Know (Prod. By L.B. ThatProducerGuy) by L.B. ThatProducerGuy

Official XXL Freshman Pitches Beat|Let Em Know (Prod. By L.B. ThatProducerGuy) by L.B. ThatProducerGuy

A round gravel garden cut out of a sunny lawn, encircled by a pleached hornbeam hedge. Summer - © Nicola Stocken/GAP Photos

A round gravel garden cut out of a sunny lawn, encircled by a pleached hornbeam hedge. Summer - © Nicola Stocken/GAP Photos

Create a vibrantly colored "burning building" with this easy sensory play idea! Great for community helpers and firefighter themes, fine motor, dramatic play.

Community Helpers: Firefighter Sensory Play

Create a vibrantly colored "burning building" with this easy sensory play idea! Great for community helpers and firefighter themes, fine motor, dramatic play.

An amazing northern lights photo from space showing the ring around the earth where the aurora is most prominent.

An amazing northern lights photo from space showing the ring around the earth where the aurora is most prominent.

A great sensory activity for fire safety. Use shaving cream and powder paint to create a fire. Then have kids use a squirt bottle with water to put the fire out!

A great sensory activity for fire safety. Use shaving cream and powder paint to create a fire. Then have kids use a squirt bottle with water to put the fire out!

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