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... triangle. This creates the base of the tree. Repeat steps 1 and 2 with each page of the magazine until all the pages are folded. Once the folding is done...
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... child place a few candies into the cookie cutters in a single layer. A silicon candy mold works well too, and all you have to do is place the candies inside each mold...
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... you’ve got a whole group of kids. All you need are a few simple supplies, and a healthy dose of imagination! What You Need: Craft foam cut into long...
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... fresh strawberries (in addition to the frozen ones) or simply add a little sugar to taste. Place all of the ingredients in the blender and blend to the desired...
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... family member's head in the middle of one side of the bill. The rest of the decoration is up to you! After you have drawn up all of your bills, you should have 14...
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...Boost your child's imagination and creativity by having her design her own deck of trading cards. Kids of all ages share a unique fascination with trading cards...
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... tally or choose to keep track in your head or not keep track at all. Repeat for as many holes as your course contains, and remember: practice makes perfect! frisbee golf, dics golf, fourth grade activity, outdoor activity, outdoor games...
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... his family! What do Paul Bunyan, Daniel Boone, and Davey Crockett have in common? They're all well-known characters from tall tales, a segment of American...
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... think of all of the different ways she can invent a gadget that will complete the chore. She can be as outrageous and silly as she wants for this part of the...
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... include the memories or stories about the recipe! Once the recipes are all written out, get out the three-prong folder and have your child decorate the front. Some ideas...
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... Fruit "leather" Ready-to-use icing (to use as ‘glue’) What You Do: Gather all the ingredients and display them on a tray, so...
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... lined sheet of paper. Place all your combinations of 10 in one pile after you have written the problem down. The game is over when no more 10s can be made...
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..., trace the outline of your child with a crayon or washable marker. Now your child is ready to create his self-portrait. Start with the face. Ask him to draw all...
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... child draw many different animal portraits and create extra scenery, animal props, or habitat objects such as trees and plants. Hang all her creations in her room...
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... with a few fictional elements thrown in. It all starts with an imaginary British Redcoat who is lost and trying to make it back to Boston. Players take guesses and...
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..., and then turn off all the lights for an entire evening—something our ancestors did every night!   third grade, social studies, arts and crafts...
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... into stories. They’re also learning that ideas for stories are all around them—even right outside the window. Christina Rosetti, a famous poet, once...
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... layers of paint to dry, or you may end up with some unintended muddy colors! Once all paint is completely dry (at least 4-5 hours), you can invite each person to...
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... over the penciled lines. Be sure to give the letters a few minutes to dry—smudging can be a problem! All around Dad’s name, and on the crown points...
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... book report is due he'll have (and remember!) all the information he needs to complete it! What You Need: A book that your child recently read A few...

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