This is so fun, I just finished cutting up enough PVC for 10 'guns' for my daughters 11 th bay party. I plan to send the kids through our small park retrieving parts from strategically placed brown paper bags with clues & directions, and then making them work together to put together & assemble. I found food coloring spray to color the marshmallows for fun ( lavender & orange) and at the end when they are built, they can have a "war"! Then onto to cake & ice cream! I will let you know how it goes making the pieces found in a hunt... I think it will keep them busier the just building them .
Writing Your Paper
If you have taken your time and written a well-organized, well-thought-out outline, then writing your paper, manuscript, or other document should be relatively easy, especially if you have used the sentence outline format. To write your document, simply use your main topics as the topic sentences of the paragraphs in your paper, and then use your subtopics as your supporting points and the sub-subtopics as the examples or explanatory text. Or for longer papers or books, you would use the main topics as the topic sentences for the introductory paragraphs in a section or chapter (and add other introductory information as needed), and then you would use the subtopics for the topic sentences of the supporting paragraphs, and the sub-subtopics for the sentences that add additional or explanatory text.