Kid Audition Wows the Judges on Australia’s Xfactor

May 31st, 2014
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Australia’s 14 year old Jai Waetford wows the judges on the opening episode of Channel 7′s Xfactor for 2013. Watch this amazing kid as he wows the judges with his extraordinary talent a true star in the making. Enjoy the video.

 

 

 

 

Rainbow Snake Bubbles for Kids

May 30th, 2014
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Are the kids bored and have nothing to do at home? Here is a fun and easy science experiment for children to do at home. Grab a sock and some bubble mixture and have fun with this homemade bubble machine maker for hours! It would surely make kids excited and get hours of fun and at the same time  spend quality time with them. Watch the short video and see how to make rainbow snake bubbles enjoy!

 

 

Top Ten Food For Beautiful Glowing Skin

May 29th, 2014
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One of the many aspects of being beautiful physically is having a radiant glowing skin. Most people wants to have a beautiful skin especially the women. Aside from proper skin care, healthy living and using the right beauty products, we can have a perfect skin through the food that we eat. Food plays a big part in acquiring a beautiful skin. There are foods that contains nutrients that could nourish our skin and can make it look younger and radiant. Beauty and skin expert Jenny Jones reveal the foods she credits with her glowing skin. “I’m always complimented on my skin,” she says, “and there are certain foods that can make a dramatic difference.” If you want to have a smooth, radiant and glowing skin, watch this video as Jenny Jones reveals her secret to perfect skin –the top ten food for beautiful glowing skin.

 

The First International Olympic Games

May 28th, 2014
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Did you know that in the ancient times Olympic games were religious and athletic festival held every four years at the sanctuary of Zeus in Olympia, Greece? The word Olympic was derived from  Olympia a place in Greece where Olympics games were of fundamental religious importance. Featuring sporting events alongside ritual sacrifices honoring both Zeus (whose famous statue by Phidias stood in his temple at Olympia) and Pelops, divine hero and mythical king of Olympia. Competition was among representatives of several city, states and kingdoms of Ancient Greece. These Games featured mainly athletic but also combat sports such as wrestling and the pankration, horse and chariot racing events.

 

Today,  modern Olympic Games are the leading international sporting event featuring summer and winter sports competitions wherein thousands of athletes across the planet variously compete. The Olympic Games are considered the world’s foremost sports competition with more than 200 nations participating. The evolution of the Olympic Movement during the 20th and 21st centuries has caused several changes to the Olympic Games. Among these changes are creating the Winter Games for ice and winter sports, the Paralympic Games for athletes with a disability, and the Youth Olympic Games for teenage athletes.

 

The first International Olympic Games was held at Panathenean Stadium in  Athens, Greece on April 6, 1896 and it was proclaimed by King George I. This Olympic events was originally the idea of Baron Pierre de Coubertin of France who traveled the world to gather support for his dream to have nations come together and overcome national disputes, all in the name of sport.