dry ice:

Frozen carbon dioxide (CO2) having a temperature of -103°F (-78°C) or less. Carbon dioxide changes directly from a gas to a solid at its freezing point. Dry ice is often used to keep foods cold while they are being shipped.

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Home from School? I am Reading AloudTuesday March 24, 2020

Home from School? I am Reading Aloud

What a strange time this is for many of us…..home from work and home from school. It is a big adjustment, and I know many of you are missing your friends and your normal routine. Still, it is wise to…

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