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... apart. They're so easy, it's hard to stop at just one! What You Need: Toilet paper roll Construction paper Scissors Glue Tape Markers...
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... Black construction paper Scissors Tape Pencil Scratch paper What You Do: Have your child practice drawing monsters on a sheet of scratch paper. ...
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... Need: Small terra cotta pot Red paint Black paint Paint brush Washer Silver glitter glue Red tissue paper Paper tape Glue What You Do...
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... tin Metal paper clips (about 20) Cardboard Unsharpened pencil or chopsticks Tape Acrylic paint (optional) Stickers (optional...
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... launching pennies across the kitchen. Who knew science could be so fun? What You Need: Two rulers Masking tape Two fat markers or highlighters Pennies...
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... Aluminum foil Cardboard Plastic comb Balloon Pencil Cellophane tape or Scotch tape Rubber cement Electrical tape Wire clippers Pliers What You Do...
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...! What You Need: Tape measure Construction paper Scissors Glue Stapler or tape Marker 2 pipe cleaners 2 pompoms What You Do...
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... Need: Old magazines (or newspapers) Pencil Tape (clear plastic tape works best) Basket What You Do: Prepare paper rolls ahead of time by...
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... a few household objects and art supplies! What You Need: Round containers such as oatmeal boxes, plastic planters, or raisin canisters Packing tape...
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... needle Paper tape What You Do: Use the paper tape to tape the sharp edges of the square metal screen to prevent poking little fingers. Show your child how...
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.... All you need is some newspaper and tape! Children love to build things they can play in—old boxes, blankets and furniture, or wooden blocks can all be the...
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... Paintbrushes Glitter Paper tape Glue stick String Pencil Scissors What You Do: Instruct your child to cut a circle disc from the cardboard that all of...
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... polyester yarn Scissors Tape What You Do: Tape the end of the string on one side of a cardboard rectangle. Wind the string around and around the...
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... You Need: Water bottle Construction paper Tape Scissors Pipe cleaner Markers Stickers Glow stick What You Do: Have your child choose a...
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... yellow foam sheets Pencil Glue Stapler Double stick tape Rhinestones, pompoms, sequins   What You Do: Show your child how to make a cone...
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... little warriors everywhere. What You Need: Aluminum pie pan, 8 ¾ inch diameter or larger Colorful masking tape Pencil Cardboard, larger than...
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...” Crepe paper ribbon, 8” long 3 pieces of thin red ribbon, 12” long Glue stick Clear tape Valentine’s Day sequins Valentine’s...
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... superhero to go with it! What You Need: Old belt Wide ribbon Scissors Instant bond double-sided fabric tape (available from sewing stores) Small piece of...
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... the castle starts to get floppy, you can repair it by duct taping a wooden dowel or a long strip of folded cardboard to the inside. Now it's time to paint the...
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... play the next time you read aloud. What You Need: Transparent “highlighting tape”—available at teacher supply stores. Pad of paper and...

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