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... child insert the toothpicks all over the porcupine’s back, until it looks like a spiny ball. With your child, brainstorm a good spot for her prickly...
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...In this fun Christmas craft, your child can countdown to Christmas by making a Santa beard and adding a cotton ball representing each day until the 25th! This...
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... one end and making sure they all line up. Fold the yarn in half. Place the cotton ball in the fold of the yarn, then wrap the yarn around it and pinch just below the...
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... made a sweet bouquet for all seasons—a delightful gift for a teacher, grandma, or any other special person in your child's life. first grade, 1st grade...
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... to germinate (sprout). Place the pot in a warm, sunny window. Once the grass starts to grow, make sure you rotate the pot so that all sides of the grass...
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...Introduce your child to science with something she sees everyday--her shadow! Not all science needs to be complicated! On the next sunny day, grab some chalk and...
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... paper on the edge, carefully trim it down so the edge is even all the way around. Paint the toilet paper roll brown with tempera paint. Put it aside and allow it...
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... to bring a smile to everyone's face. This game is great for all ages! What You Need: 10 assorted clean, empty plastic water or soda bottles White paper...
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... aim his throws at the pizza board. This amusing activity can be played by just you and your child, but it is also a surefire hit to entertain all of his friends...
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...! These cute and creepy pals will make perfect toppers for all her pens, pencils and markers. What You Need: Pen White fabric square Cotton balls...
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.... Pour different colors of tempera paint onto paper plates. Dip a ball into one of the paint color and show your child different ways of how he can apply the...
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... pull out all nines, tens, jacks, queens, and kings. You can save them for more advanced games later. While this game can be played by up to four players, you&rsquo...
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...Kids will love this more challenging version of tag where they'll have to run while "attached" to someone else. Running and chasing games give children a chance to...
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... also a great time for some Olympics crafts that will keep your child from spending all his time glued to the action. Before the Games even begin, there is the...
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... can make drums of all different shapes and sizes that produce a variety of sounds. All around the world, drums are used to create music, send messages, and accompany...
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... and leaving the bottom opening unsewn. Turn the puppets inside out so that the seams are inside. Now’s the fun part: decorating! Use a cotton ball to...
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... from the grocery store are all you need to begin. Hang it up and revel in the scents of the season! What You Need: Plump round orange with smooth...
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... this simple math game. For two players, all you need are two sheets of paper, two decks of cards, and some rubber bands for the games to begin. What You...
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... the glue dries, have your child use a pen to write 10 in the smallest circle, 8 in the next smallest -- all the way down in multiples of two. Have your child glue...
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... take one strip of paper at a time, dip it into the papier-mâché paste, and wrap it around the armature. Repeat until all the newspaper is covered. Set...

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