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Experiment with water to create secondary colors with children

Would you like to do a very simple homemade experiment with your children at home to play with some scientific principles? Here's a great idea: create secondary colors from primary colors using just water. Do you think it is not possible? All you need is clear plastic cups, paper napkins, and food coloring.
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How to promote respect for your classmates from the classroom

Respect is one of the most important values ‚Äč‚Äčthat we must cultivate from home and school, with our family, friends and all the people around us. It is the basis on which relationships between people are sustained and, therefore, it is essential for there to be a healthy coexistence and for there to be harmony within the community.
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8 foods kids don't like to eat and why

It is time for lunch, the most difficult time for some parents. And it is that when preparing the daily family menu, parents break their heads thinking of something that all members of the house eat without exception. Impossible! There are 8 things children don't like to eat.
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Diagnosis of a celiac child

An untreated celiac child may be listless (disinterested or down) with irritability and easy crying. It has been recently verified that celiacs are 4 times more likely to develop hypothyroidism, 3 times more likely to suffer from hyperthyroidism and 3.6 times more likely to develop thyroiditis.
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Children's right to equality

The first of the rights of the child in the Universal Declaration of the Rights of the child is the Right of children to equality, without distinction of race, religion or nationality. The right of children to equality states that every child will enjoy the rights announced in this Statement. These rights will be recognized to all children without any exception or distinction or discrimination based on race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinions, national or social origin, economic position, birth or other condition, whether of the child himself or his family.
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