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... schooler (see below) Duct tape What You Do: Time capsules are meant to capture a particular moment in time or moment in history. In this case, you want to help...
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... Duct tape Dowel long enough to reach across your sink What You Do: Stretch a rubber band around your oatmeal container 2" from the bottom. Mark...
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... similar socks together.) Colored duct tape or electrical tape Bold permanent marker Laundry basket Optional: Clothesline and clothespins Set-Up: Help...
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..., empty plastic bottle Cardboard Pencil Scissors Hot glue gun (with an adult helper) 2 straws Heavy tapeduct or packaging tape 2 bamboo skewers...
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... seams with a little duct tape!) Wooden paint stick for stirring Plastic bucket Chopstick or bamboo skewer for marking words in concrete Broken tile and/or...
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...) Large plastic spoon or chopstick for stirring Molds for the chalk (use small paper cups, egg cartons, small yogurt containers, duct tape or toilet paper rolls...
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...) Play sand Duct tape What You Do: If you are using real traffic cones, skip to step 2. If not, you can easily make your own traffic cones out of...
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... paint in 3 or 4 different colors 6-10 foam or soft fleece balls no larger than golf ball size (ping pong balls also work well) Duct tape Stapler...
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... Duct tape Two rubber bands Two regular balloons What You Do: These first couple of steps should be carried out by an adult, as cutting...
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... long as your child’s arm Poster paints Paintbrushes Construction paper or small bungee cords Scissors Duct tape What You Do: Encourage...
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... over the paper. Be sure the screen is securely stapled to the back of the frame; reinforce with duct tape if necessary. Have your child rub the colored chalk...
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... figure it out. What You Need: Bathtub Duct or electrical tape   Hot-glue gun Modeling clay Plastic soda bottle with cap (large) Plastic...
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... sound waves. What You Need: Two tin cans, tops removed Duct tape A nail A hammer String Markers, paint, glitter, felt, or other...
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..., or duct tape Felt in a variety of colors What You Do: Wrap the flannel around the plywood or cardboard. Use a stapler or duct tape to secure the flannel...
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... Wooden spoon for stirring Duct tape Heavy duty plastic baggies (freezer type works well) Red, yellow, and blue food coloring Stove or hot plate for adult use...
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... Scissors Ruler Pen Stickers, markers or crayons (optional) Tape (duct, packing or masking works best) Marbles Small toys that do not roll Blocks What...
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... streamers; duct tape Set-Up: Assemble the props and clear the field area. Collect tennis balls (or any rubber balls of any size) that you have on hand or...
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... working out fine motor skills, making Washi eggs is the perfect no-mess activity. Just empty out the contents of a few eggs, grab some Washi tape, and start...
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... of DIY coasters from washi tape and reclaimed tile, then sit back and enjoy a tall, cool drink – all without staining furniture. These DIY coasters are an easy...
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...Make this easy op art craft for kids to teach them basic crafting skills and create a beautiful work of art without paint. Masking tape art is perfect for an...

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