Kim Vallee

Kim Vallee

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Montreal / I'm a STEM educator and an innovative mom who cares about how we prepare kids for the future. My mission: helping kids aged 5-12 to become inventors and makers
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The drum set is a part of the standard rhythm section used in many music styles. The most usual type includes a bass drum, a floor tom, two tom-tom drums, also one.

This rooftop courtyard of a Mexico City home is lined with a verdant mix of indigenous plants, including banana trees, palm trees, lion’s claw, Mexican breadfruit, and native vines.

This rooftop courtyard of a Mexico City home is lined with a verdant mix of indigenous plants, including banana trees, palm trees, lion’s claw, Mexican breadfruit, and native vines.

FLISAT Children's desk IKEA The desk can be adjusted to three different heights, so it can be used for homework or arts and crafts for many years.

IKEA - FLISAT, Children's desk , The desk can be adjusted to three different heights, so it can be used for homework or arts and crafts for many years.The desktop can be tilted to help your child vary their work posture.The groove prevents pens a

IKEA - PÅHL, Desk with shelf unit, white/blue, , This desk is designed to grow with your child, thanks to the three different heights.The desk is easily adjusted to 23 1/4", 25 7/8" or 28 3/8" by using the knobs on the legs.You can keep cables and extension cords organized by placing them in the cable holders between the front and back legs.Choose an expression to suit your home and style by turning either the green or white side of the back panel outwards.

IKEA - PÅHL, Desk with add-on unit, white/pink , This desk is designed to grow with your child, thanks to the three different heights.The desk is easily adjusted to or by using the knobs on the legs.You can keep cables

How To Make a $1 DIY Smartphone Photo Projector For the Kids Photojojo

This would be cool to set up a backyard movie theater. How-To: 5 buck Mobile Phone Projector. Neat low-tech tutorial on how to make a projector for your mobile phone using a shoebox, a paperclip, and a magnifying glass. MacGyver would be proud.