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... pot so that you can puree the other half of the potato mixture and milk. Return all of the soup to the large pot and heat through. Invite your child to taste it...
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... in the egg and then into the flour and breadcrumb mixture until all the zucchini strips are on the pan. Now he can pop the zucchini in the oven for 10 minutes...
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... candy canes were made in the late 1600’s? They were originally created as decorations for Christmas trees and were all white and plain sugar in flavor. It wasn...
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... kids of all ages. Bugs are a lot easier to play with when they're made of paper. Now your child can explore color mixing and design while folding together a...
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... cooking. Summer is all about fresh fruits and vegetables from the garden! Your 5th grader can take advantage of the bountiful tomatoes during summer to chop her way...
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... scrunched-up fabric piece onto that spot of glue. Hold the fabric in place until it feels tightly glued to the cardboard. Let her repeat steps #4 and 5 for all...
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..., and press the bent craft wire into the glue so the loop sticks up over the top of the charm. Repeat steps 8-10 for all of your charms. Let the glue to dry...
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...Stay warm during the winter my making this sweater mug cozy. This winter craft is good for kids of all ages and makes a cute DIY cozy for drinks. Everyone needs to...
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... is hot; she could use a stick or pencil end to press the vine to the hot glue. Keep gluing and wrapping vine onto glue all the way to the jar top, turning the...
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... he can measure and add the reduced cider, oil, and also the eggs. Invite him to stir the ingredients until they are well incorporated, working all those muscles in...
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... felt so they match up evenly and stay in place. Sew both pieces of felt together along the edges. Sew through the orange foam beak all the way to the edge of the...
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... journal closed. Once the glue dries, all your child needs is a pen. She's ready to start journaling!   fabric journal, make your own journal, jazzed up journal, do it yourself journal...
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... together before folding all three in half. She will now have six strands joined by a loop at one end.  Let her make a knot below this loop. Make sure the knot...
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.... Taking time to reflect on all the reasons we have to be grateful is something everyone should do. The holiday season is a wonderful time to communicate how...
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... design on the mirror first with pencil and paper, since glass paint cannot be easily erased if she changes her mind. She can paint all over the mirror to make a piece of...
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... Vinci is probably the most famous Renaissance Man. He was one of the most famous artists of all time but he was also a scientist and inventor. Da Vinci liked to...
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... scientists, or you will kill the yeast!) 6-1/4 cups all-purpose flour (for a more “historical” mix, use some whole grain flour here) 2 teaspoons salt 1...
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... Africa and consumed as a vegetable all around the world. It was brought to the United States during the slave trade and is very popular in the South. Okra is often used...
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...: Pen and paper What You Do: Begin this activity by sitting down with your child and taking stock of all the activities that he does on a regular basis...
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...) are all well-known companies that are publicly traded. Explain that when a person buys a share of stock in a company, they buy a piece of the company and become a...

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