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Your child will create adorable baby footprints using his hand and fingers!
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Do this activity to help your kids see how seeds contain "baby" versions of big plant stems, roots, and leaves.
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Kids make a cute pipe cleaner bumble bee craft and learn a few interesting bee facts along the way in this spring-themed arts and crafts activity.
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Recycle a baby jar to make this beautiful votive with your second grader! This arts and crafts project is a fun, colorful activity and makes a great gift.
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... colors of tie-dye, but parents aren't always eager to break out the dye with young kids. Creating “tie-dye” baby wipes gives preschoolers the...
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Your first grader will love feeding his favorite winged creatures with these tasty Christmas "cookies" for birds!
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Construct cute baby chicks with nothing but fuzzy pom-poms and an assortment of other craft supplies.
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Now you can have baby chicks around any time of year, with this simple egg carton craft idea.
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Learn about nature while creating a nest for baby chicks with this project that is a fun way to explore how to layer shapes and create texture.
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Kids can jazz up their checker sets by transforming boring round checker pieces into baby chicks and eggs in this 1st grade arts and crafts activity.
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Make a clever egg pop-up card for Easter that hides a special surprise: open the flaps, and out pops a fluffy baby chick!
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Help keep your child's baby teeth safe with this cute tooth-shaped felt pillow that comes with a little pouch that's just the right size for a lost tooth.
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..., you can use your imagination and make others. What You Need: empty coffee can or baby formula can knife scissors markers paintbrush...
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...Froot Loops are colorful and delicious, and now they can be stylish too! Help your special needs child strengthen common developmental issues like hand-eye...
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... needs children who will eat as they play. You will help your child strengthen common developmental issues like hand-eye coordination and focus while sharing a...
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... using traditional paint or crayons, he'll experiment with baby oil and a cotton swab. This is a great science and art experiment that's sure to make any...
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... your child is learning to eat solid foods and leaving mountains of baby food jars in her wake, use them for alphabet stamps. These stamps are great for decorating...
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... process twice more, and then wrap the three pipe cleaners into a twisted “stem.” While giving small hands great developmental practice, you've...
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... to fit your child’s needs and developmental level. A store bought papier-mache paste product may be used, or your child (with your assistance) may want to...
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... Easter mascot by helping your child create her own unique set of rabbit ears! Help your little bunny express her creative spirit and build important developmental skills...

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