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... drinks as well? Help your child plant a “tea garden": a garden made of herbs for making teas. She will enjoy playing in the dirt, and afterwards she can...
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... list is finished, the child can work on the poster by drawing a picture of each villain, writing the villain’s name, and then copying all the other information...
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... Halloween truly eerie? Science to the rescue! These ghostly, ghouly hands come alive with just a little help from some simple chemistry. All you need is vinegar, baking...
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... ingredient smells and feels. All these things mix together to create something really special! While she’s stirring everything together, encourage your...
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... feet. She can try getting a few colors and tie-dyeing the laces, or dipping them all into one dye to create a solid color. This activity provides a great way to...
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... in Istanbul is often referred to as The Blue Mosque. Nicknamed for its blue domes, this elaborately decorated mosque was built between 1609 and 1616. It is...
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... you finish the book it's time to celebrate! Congratulate each other for finishing a new book and learning all about a new character together. Compare your...
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...;t be complete without Frankenstein and his lumbering monster, and these Frankenstein bolts are the perfect way to channel the classic tale of horror and industry...
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...By painting pumpkin seeds and positioning them on a sheet of paper, your child will turn 50 pumpkin seeds back into a pumpkin, all while learning the basics of...
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... with a bird watching activity! With just a few household materials, you and your child can bask in the wonder of your very own bird feeder -- can you guess what...
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... about performing perfectly—and have beautiful paintings afterwards. Simply paint the page where you've laid masking tape, then remove the tape to reveal a...
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... banner that your child can make himself! All he'll need is a handful of art supplies to create this fun and bright banner -- and he'll probably never...
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... words to perfection...Bingo! New readers need to develop a “bank” of words that they can read by sight. These are words we use all the time, but which...
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...: Have your child remove the cap from the plastic bottle. Then, help her rinse it out thoroughly. Take over duties and use the craft knife to pierce several...
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... and aspirations. The hard part is striving to make those dreams come true. Writing them down is the first step in helping your kid to do all that he can to make...
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... is smooth. Then stir in the milk and add the eggs. Whisk them all together thoroughly to avoid lumps. At the very end, stir in the melted butter, and pour the...
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... an indoor floor. It may be tough for your child at first, but it will get easier. And all that moving keeps things silly, which makes for low pressure and high...
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...: kids may do math “by the rules,” but have no idea how or why. Any time you let your kid practice sequences, make new ones, and think it all over, you are...
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... water. Zip the bag securely shut. Put all three bags in sunny window for approximately 20 minutes, and then check them out: the first two bags will show no change in...
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This fun craft will teach your child a little bit about the human skeletal system and can be adapted to teach the biology of many different living animals.

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