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Solar S'mores

Fun and easy to do solar s'mores
Frist wrap a pizza box in tin foil. Once done find something to hold the top open with. (we used the tin foil continer but you can sue a stick or anything like that.The top should be on a angle) Then add your smores supplies. Break graham crackers in half to make squares and add either choclate or a marshmellow to each piece. Wait and let the sun melt the chocolate and then done!
It took us about 20mins to get the chocolate melted in directed sun.


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