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How to Train Ducks

It may come as a surprise, but ducks are actually quite trainable. With the right motivation and a little patience, you can teach your pet ducks to free range and return to their pens on their own, become comfortable being petted and held, and even respond to their names. The key is to get them(…)

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Maglev Train Diorama

Standards(G6-8) Transportation vehicles are made up of subsystems, such as structural, propulsion, suspension, guidance, control, and support, that must function together for a system to work effectively. (L 9-12) Transportation services and methods have led to a population that is regularly on the …By: eakoty Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured

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How to Train a Deaf Dog

Deaf dogs are collared with the myth that they’re harder to train. However, all dogs utilize body language and vision when communicating with each other. This means that it’s easy for any dog, including a deaf one, to learn hand signals. When training a deaf dog, focus on the keen senses the dog possesses, rather(…)

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How to Train Climbing Roses

Climbing roses come in all sizes, ranging from tall to or more. All of these roses need to be trained to climb, however, as they do not climb naturally. In order to train your roses, you’ll need to tie the canes to a support and keep up with pruning. If you haven’t installed a support(…)

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How to Train Remote Employees

Remote employees can offer many great benefits for your business. Training these employees, however, may present some unique challenges. If your employees live far away from your place of business, make sure that you have set up a consistent and reliable communication platform. Send them well-crafted training materials so that they can teach themselves how(…)