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How To: Draw a body of water

Do you love to draw? Do you love to draw nature scenes? Whether it's trees, rocks, or water - the parts that make up Mother Nature are beautiful enough to hang on your wall. In this Hawks Vs. Pigeon Production, learn how to draw a body of water against an edge of trees.

How To: Conserve water indoors

W.H. Auden wrote, “Thousands have lived without love, not one without water.” Indeed, the average American home uses 140 to 170 gallons of water every day. Cut that in half with some water-saving tips.

How To: Make oobleck

Obleck is a mixture that defies Newton's third law and kids will love it! Ingredients you will need are 1.5 cups of corn starch, 1 cup of water, and food coloring which is optional. After mixing, if the mixture is too thick, add more water. If the mixture is too runny, add more corn starch.

How To: Fold a simple origami sailboat with one sheet of paper

If you love boats but hate the open waters, the best thing you could probably do is get over your fear, or… grab some paper and make an origami sailboat. You won't need to take your feet off land with this kind of boat, unless you're jumping for joy after successful completion. This is one of the simplest origami sailboat designs out there, and requires only one sheet of origami paper.

How To: Add color to the garden with perennials

Southwest Yard and Garden featuring John White, Dona Ana County Extension Agent, hosts a 6 minute clip with co-host Master Gardener Valois Pearce both of Dona Ana County, New Mexico host a short web show featuring plants that can easily survive on smaller amounts of water over typical plants. They begin by discussing the full sun Ice Plant, which comes in many species and colors as well as their hardiness, but unfortunately are easy targets for wildlife. They then move onto the Gopher Plant, ...

How To: Shoot in water polo

Shooting in water polo is a basic skill for attackers. Water polo shot requires good height out of the water, arm position, shoulder rotation, and head stall. Shot strategy is important to building your water polo game. Concentrate on improving your rotation to follow through and speed up the shot. This is an attack focused water polo drill.

How To: Make a spiritual bath

In this video Krazyboy shares his method of creating a spiritual bath. Krazyboy suggests that while spiritual baths are often known to help cleanse the soul, you can also imbue it with an intent (such as love, luck, success). The idea behind a spiritual bath is cleansing and white. A nice feature of spiritual baths is being able to customize it, including ingredients that feel right to you. To begin, fill a large bowl about half way with holy water/new moon water/spring water. Next, add a cou...

How To: Clean a pan of hardened caramel

Love cooking desserts with caramel but dread cleaning up the hardened caramel left on the pot? Then watch this Cooking Light magazine how-to to learn the quick and easy way to clean your pan. All you'll need to do is add water to the pan and bring it to a boil. For step-by-step instructions, take a look.

How To: Protect the ball in water polo

Protecting the ball in water polo is key to playing a solid game. This water polo instructional includes many drills designed to improve 1-1 play. It includes tips for both the water polo defense and attacker on how to protect the ball in play. This also refers to TV clips of league and pro games to connect it to actual game play.

How To: Make raw vegan tamale-enchilada sauce

Elaina Love, a Professional Raw Food Chef teaches how to make Tamale-enchilada sauce. Ingredients: 1 1/2 Tbs. Mexican chili powder blend, 1/4 tsp. cocoa powder 1/2 tsp. garlic powder, 1/2 tsp. dried oregano, 1/2 cup water (more or less to make an enchilada sauce consistency), 1/2 cup sun dried tomatoes soaked in enough water to cover 2 tsp. olive oil (used as an emulsifier), 1/2 tsp. salt. Put all the ingredients in a blender. Blend until smooth. Pour inside a squirt bottle. Refrigerate. Foll...

How To: Swim like a water polo player

If you want to learn how to do the Water Polo Position Drills this is for you. The water polo swimming position is important because it allows you to quickly and easily change your support in the water with little head movement. When you are swimming make sure that you are high in the water. When swimming make sure that there is a 180 degree parallel cycling. When the entry hand is about to enter the water the exiting hand should be about to exit. When the entry hand enters the water the exit...

How To: Make a Valentine's Day sheep cake topper

Give someone you love a cake that will knock their socks off! In this three-part video tutorial, learn how to create an adorable little sheep cake topper out of fondant icing for a Valentine's Day themed cake. "I love ewe!" says this sheep! Make hearts melt and mouths water with help from this video tutorial.

How To: Fake shots in water polo

Faking shots in water polo is a great way to keep defense off balance. Fake shots will often send defenders off to one or the other side. Losing the defenders during the fake allows you to get the open shot on goal. Water polo offensive techniques are designed to create more space between you and the defender.

How To: Prepare for a hike easily

Preparing for a hike is easy with these tips. Get advice on backpacking, hiking, and the great outdoors in this video tutorial. Take action: use appropriate footwear, bring a first-aid kit, water, and food, and use walking sticks in uneven terrain. John Flaherty, the instructor in this how-to video from Live Strong, has a great love for the outdoors. In 2003, John and his wife started Central Coast Outdoors in northern California. His company provides hiking, kayaking, and biking services for...

How To: Go backpacking

Backpacking is easy with these tips. Get expert advice on backpacking, hiking, and the great outdoors in this video tutorial. Take action: keep weight off of shoulders, bring plenty of snacks and water, maintain healthy exercise, and consult a guidebook to determine an appropriate trail. John Flaherty, the instructor of this how-to video from Live Strong, has a great love for the outdoors. In 2003, John and his wife started Central Coast Outdoors in northern California. His company provides h...

How To: Snorkel

If you love the ocean and love swimming, it's time you step up to the next level… snorkeling. Snorkeling is one of the best ways to explore the underwater life, without fancy equipment or expensive training. And all you need is a snorkel. If you want a better look at what’s underwater, all you have to do is snorkel.

How To: Practice scullling, juggling & headers for water polo

Three time US water polo Olympian, Wolf Wigo, demonstrates some tricks he used over the years to improve his game. In this video he demonstrates head and foot juggling, picking up the ball with his head, around the world and the helicopter backhand. These are fun things players can do on their own to improve their game and have some fun. This is an excellent way to get conditioned for water polo. This also looks cool and might make you look like a water polo show off.

How To: Choose the Right Water Feature for Your Garden

Adding water features to your garden can help to create an enviroment that more closely resembles nature. The sound of a trickling fountain can make your garden feel more peaceful and relax. Paul Tamate, a leading landscape designer working with water features and Asian-inspired garden designs in San Francisco says, "design spectacular water features as the centerpiece of gardens that serve as retreats from modern life."

How To: Make an origami water bomb

If you like origami and you like to have water balloon fights then you’ll love making and using this origami water bomb. You can fold a piece of paper into a closed ball that you can fill with water and soak your friends. This is a necessity to learn as the summer nears. Practice up your skills so you’ll be ready with the perfect summer time weapon.

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