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Celebrate the fiery colors of fall with a charming tree and a pile of wordy leaves.
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Teach your kids about colors and patterns while creating a beautiful work of art.
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Make this door curtain to brighten up your home and learn colors and patterns.
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Give your child some hands-on experience mixing autumn colors. All you need are a large piece of white paper and tempera paint.
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This homemade educational travel game will keep your young child entertained and learning reading, writing, shapes and colors. All you need is a tissue box!
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Looking for an easy and creative craft? Beads come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and colors and your kids will have fun creating unique key chains.
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Watch the pop of complementary colors while creating a fun and beautiful collage you can create from magazine clippings.
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Your child can be a Fauvist painter using bright colors and his imagination to create wild artwork!
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This Fourth of July, create some explosive colors on black paper for fun Fourth of July decorations!
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In this art project, eight petals of a flower are painted in watercolor paint using different techniques, colors, and patterns.
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Let your first grader get inspired by the fiery fall colors outside his window by creating a beautiful handprint tree!
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Drive away rainy day blues by making a paper tropical fish in bright colors, jazzed up with multi-colored confetti.
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Make a clay sculpture of a fall tree to celebrate the changing seasons and bring out the artist in your third grader.
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Here's an investigative activity in which your child will discover real-world names and uses for sugar and find out how it is hidden in many different foods.
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Help your preschooler grasp the concept of ordering and sequence while teaching him valuable vocabulary with simple activities around the house.
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Help cement the concept of place value with this simple activity that involves creating a set of dials made from Styrofoam cups.
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Have your child make a special mobile inspired by the weather outside. Learn about seasons, the environment, and art in 3-D.
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Preschoolers are fascinated by how colors can be mixed to form new ones. This activity combines color mixing with the concept of melting for extra science fun.
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Kids get innovative as they mix their own colors then make a painting with the new shades of color they've created.
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Kids paint a still life of a vase of flowers using colors found side by side on the color wheel, just like Vincent van Gogh's Sunflowers.

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