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...: Supply your child with all the materials for building a pillow fort and let his imagination take the lead! A good place to start is with a couch or dining room chairs...
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... gardening that covers the plant’s roots with moss and then a ball of soil and moss around that. String can be added to hang and display the finished product! To...
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... the most unlikely of places: a recycled soda bottle! He'll be able to contruct his very own terrarium, plant real seeds and watch the whole thing flourish and grow...
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... cookie sheet.  Repeat until all cookie balls are coated in chocolate. Return to freezer until chocolate sets. Share with family and friends! You can try...
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... creative with a fun 3-D paper art project. Pop-up cards are popular and a Valentine’s Day card is easy to make. All your budding paper engineer needs is a few...
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...Help your child learn grammar the fun way with this engaging clothespin game! Grammatically correct sentences aren't easy to master. With adjectives and tenses...
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Are you looking for a fun craft for the next big American holiday? Make this hat with your kid and let him march around the room like a Revolutionary soldier!
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... and disgusting, what he liked to eat and what he detested, or what he loved to say best, during a small window of time. Make a time capsule! You may just be...
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... about the natural dyes found all around them. What You Need: Onion skins (from both a red and yellow onion) Two medium sauce pans White eggs Panty hose...
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... solid grasp possible of periods, question marks, commas and exclamation points—the four most common punctuation marks in all our sentences. In second grade...
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... fresh strawberries with your child is a fantastic way to spend quality time together, and incorporate some learning fun into a family adventure. At the strawberry...
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...;severed body parts around your drink displays to give the table a creepy vibe. Don't be afraid to make things gruesome and get a little messy. It's all part...
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...Explore the color orange with your preschooler by creating an edible picture ... using all orange foods! This Halloween, explore the color orange with your...
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Wondering how we know that air is there? Here's a quick and easy experiment that proves that air may be thin, but it's not too wimpy to block your shot!
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... charges. In all electrical activity, like charges repel and opposite charges attract. When you rub the comb, friction causes a positive charge to build up in the...
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...! Help your first grader improve his math skills while having hours of fun at the same time. Play this on a family game night, a rainy day, or at a party and it's sure...
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.... The compressed air serves as an invisible cushion that eliminates almost all friction between the vehicle and the surfaces. What You Need: Piece of cardboard...
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...Magic tricks can't hold a candle to this scientific triumph! Watch your child's astonishment as he sees that he can make a candle burn below water, and create a...
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... counting up to the number her beanbag landed on, pick up her beanbag and hop back, calling out the numbers along the way. Continue until all of the kids have a turn...
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... boxes, ask your child to go ahead and wash them out. Remind him that it's important that all the boxes are completely clean. Ask him to fill each box with potting...

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