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...: Your child should first collect some sweet smelling flowers from the yard. Lavender, lilac, honeysuckle and rose petals all have strong fragrances, but other flowers...
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... pirates. The game begins when the captain says, "All Pirates on deck." That means all players need to stand up for duty. The captain will give the...
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... Olives, red peppers, or slices of salami Toothpicks Paring knife What You Do: Start by gathering all the ingredients and inviting your child to...
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... combine the two by making a delicious salad butterfly, with all her favorite colorful ingredients. Challenge her to make one with all the parts of an insect: antennae...
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... out the almond shapes. Let him use a glue stick to place the multi-colored leaves all over his tree. Don't forget to have him place some of the leaves on the...
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... the phrase and add one extra circle for each space between words-- 27 circles in all, in this case. Cut them out, and lay them in a long row on a flat surface...
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... will pick a team captain. Hand over the coin to the captain of the hiding team. The hiding team members will all put their hands underneath the table and pass the...
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...While we cherish our child's work, keeping it all can get a bit overwhelming. Here are three easy, budget-friendly ways to preserve those precious memories without...
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...Planning a 4th of July picnic? Give your kids a chance to help out by making this creative (and practical) caddy for all of your picnic wares. As an added "green...
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...Try this activity that brings ring toss right into your home pool. All you need is some pool noodles and kids with very active imaginations, and you have all the...
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... all of the bones are completely hidden.   Have your child use the spoon (or his bare hands!) to dig through the soil to find each of the hidden bones. As...
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... keeps the card. She can start a "winnings" pile to keep all of the cards she's won. Continue in the same manner until your child has looked at all of...
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... them out, face down, to each player in rotation, until all the cards have been passed out. (It doesn't matter if one player gets an extra card or two!) Players...
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... child’s initial word count by as many words as possible, but to still retain all the important information necessary to understanding what happened. Record the...
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... aside one sheet of paper for each new word that is to be introduced or practice. Place the pages in a stack and fold them all into half to form a booklet. Staple the...
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... to work with. This easy craft project boosts counting and fine motor skills all while gaining an appreciation of Jewish culture. What You Need: Construction...
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...You don't need to head to the Arctic to explore life in an igloo. Your child can build her own at home. All you need is water, empty milk containers, and some super...
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... corners. Cut fringe into all four sides of the blanket. Cut through both layers of fabric at the same time, to ensure that they are the same size. Fringe pieces can...
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..., this means you should not cut all the way through the paper; there should be an 1" wide area that is not cut through. It may be helpful to use a pencil and ruler...
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...This heart-shaped paper garland is easy and quick to make with kids of all ages, and will brighten up any room. A valentine garland makes any home look more lovely...

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