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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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...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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... underwater creatures. Have your child dip a clean paint brush into a cup of water and spread a layer of water all over the piece of white paper to wet it, prior...
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... sight reading in music and most people think about being able to read sheet music – following the notes up and down a scale – even in a song you’ve...
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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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..., flexible aluminum (available at most dollar shops and grocery stores) Scissors Paper Pencil Scotch tape Cookie dough or soft white bread What You Do...
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... to call her own. All she'll need are a few simple materials and steady hands to create this little bundle of peeping, cheeping fun. What You Need...
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...Your child can create a toy soap sure to provide bath time fun for himself or, when given as a gift, a friend! Not all soaps are created equal – some simply...
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... tape each onto two stacked blocks. After you have labeled all of the blocks, mix them up and then call in your young learner. Take her someplace in your home...
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... and looks great on any garment. What You Need: Light-colored fabric Thread Sewing needle Beads, various colors, shapes Graphite pencil What You...
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... are dazzling enough for all to enjoy. Make mason jar lights a mainstay in your house this holiday season and beyond. What You Need: Mason jars White...
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... of membrane comes loose, she needs to work on the next and the next until all of the membranes have been removed. By the end, she should have an empty orange peel...
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... first layer is slightly hardened, then add another layer of melted wax and more charms. (Don’t rush the process; all the charms will sink to the bottom if the...
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.... Then ask him to pretend that he has embarked upon a trip to that part of Africa and is experiencing all that the local culture has to offer. Using his imagination...
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... will read stories galore about all sort of animals, real and imaginary. They'll work hard to “decode” the words—learn how their letter sounds...
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... celebrating a festival beloved by Hindus and Jains across the world. Deepwali, or Diwali for short, is the Indian “Festival of Lights.” For five days...
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... and thread a ribbon through it so that your child can hang her colorful creation up for everyone to enjoy all throughout the fall season. *A snood is the fleshy...
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... fried jelly-filled donuts, are a real treat any time of year, but especially when celebrating the Festival of Lights. Teach your child about Jewish tradition and the...
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... his predictions. Redo the experiment, but this time place all the pennies on one side of the boat and record the results. Then place half of them on one side, and...
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... card game favorite, Go Fish? Use this twist on it to help your child learn her grammar terms in a fun way! Make grammar cards with adjectives, verbs, adverbs, and...

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