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...Foreshortening: it's all about perspective! Here's a fun and hands on art craft to teach your child about visual effects. Have a blast teaching your child...
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... teach your child all about the inventing process. As she taps into her inner inventor, she'll have lots of fun brainstorming, mixing, and tasting along the way. What...
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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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...Kids can take turns helping a balloon stay up, up, up in the air while imagining all the places they'll go in this energetic geography game inspired by Dr. Seuss...
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...All those plastic bags hiding under your sink can be re-purposed into a fun and exciting decoration your child can hang in her room! All those plastic bags hiding...
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... with the brown paper, and ask her to fold it in half three times. Trace the bat body on top of the folded paper and cut through all of the paper around...
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... porcelain paint marker Oven Paper Pencil Potholders What You Do: Have your child write down a list of all his favorite things about Christmas and...
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... store, or let your child help pick out plants. Choose plants that all need sun or all need shade so the planter can go in one location. The ideais for this...
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... be a cousin far away, a dear summer friend, or even an aunt or grandparent. All it requires is someone willing to be a correspondent. Your child's pen pal services...
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... start by talking about choices and exploring all points of view. After hearing everyone speak, have your first grader conduct a vote. It's tempting to have everyone...
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... ever think you could play tennis without a ball, net, or court? Now you can—all while helping your third grader practice math facts. Show your third grader...
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... tempera paint Glue, string, markers, tape What You Do: Start with an important scientific (and organizational) principle: help your child sort all of...
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... one such characteristic that may be used as a classifying characteristic for a group of animals. For example, some animals, such as worms, have no bones at all. Others...
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... place, where red lanterns are strung all around the city and temples. These red lanterns are symbols of good luck and prosperity. This holiday, bring some New Year...
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... fashion accessories before. All it takes to make these felt and ribbon hair clips is a little bit of measuring, stitching and hot gluing. Holly leaves and berries...
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... pencil dot on the measurement.  Have him use the ruler to connect all of the dots into straight lines, creating a pencil frame all around the paper, 1 cm from...
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... final knot onto the bottom piece of twine.      Work all the way around the bottle in this manner until your child has 4 sets of...
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... for a class trip, a scouting event or just hosting the dog wash for fun, she can ask a few friends to help. Make sure the date and time is one that they are all...
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... better. On one side of each tile, write your memory word. You can use a combination of early sight words and Valentine’s Day words. Sight Words: All...
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... craft can't be beat for slowing down rambunctious kids wrapped up in the excitement of Valentine's Day. Best of all, come February 15th, you can eat it...

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