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...;ll have a portable, hand-crafted game to practice color matching, and dexterity—making it a great activity for budding writers. Grab a small hammer and a...
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...This easy lightning bug craft uses a recycled bottle and glow stick to make it glow like magic! Kids get to decorate this bug and learn all about their anatomy...
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...Make a wish upon a tree with this craft that also helps your child learn more about Chinese culture. In many cultures, wishing trees are a place to leave wishes and...
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... What You Do: Did you know that your backyard or balcony can be certified as a wildlife habitat? All it needs is to contain certain elements that protect and...
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... of glue around this join to help hold the tube in place. Once the glue has dried, paint the cup and tube. You can paint it all one color or use bands of color...
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... Dash of cayenne pepper (optional) Clean, dry jar Self-adhesive label and magic markers What You Do: Have your child stir all the dry ingredients together...
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... horizon. If your kid doesn't believe you, here's a simple activity you can do to show him that the moon is always the same size. All you need is a...
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... of black construction paper Glue stick Pencil Scissors What You Do: Stack the two sheets of green construction paper and ask your child to fold them...
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... drinking glass with a different beverage. (The clearer the beverages the better -- clear sodas and flavored waters are great choices, but include at least one type of...
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... step is all you! Use a pair of clean tweezers to pick up sprinkles and create whiskers on the Bunny Cupcakes. Have your child help you make a smile with the...
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... with your lollipop?  Here's an eight-legged creepy crawler who is sure to surprise anyone looking for a treat. Create a Halloween spider and ...
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... child paint on the red, pink and white construction paper. What she paints is up to her -- encourage her to try out differents patterns, dots, dashes and even splatters...
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... Labor Day to encourage your youngster to recognize all the people whose efforts benefit the community. In this activity, your kid will create a chart of job titles...
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For a cool art project, help your child create a "Me Timeline," a unique poster that works on a key math and social studies skill: putting events in order.
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Make your St. Patrick's Day party an extra festive affair with green punch! A mix of sherbet, lime juice, and lemon lime soda, this recipe is sure to be a hit.
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... hide best on those leaves and why. Place all of the leaves and butterflies at the center of the table for your child to match independently, and let your child...
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... cutting board, cut the croissants into 2 inch chunks. Add the bread chunks into the egg mixture and stir carefully so that all the bread is covered with the egg mixture...
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Practice of math facts is usually limited to drill sheets and flashcards. But kids are more likely to tune in to math facts if practice is presented as a game!
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... Spider.  This game is fun indoors or out.  And the more the merrier, since that makes it more challenging, too! What You Need: A team of kids A large...
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... comes our commander in chief, Captain Midnight! He runs a proud and tidy ship. This playful tag game is a party favorite. Players (crewmembers) ask the Captain for...

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