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... Black and green tempera paint Paintbrushes Medium styrofoam ball Black construction paper Googly eyes (we used orange!) Black yarn White glue, or a low...
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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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... words to perfection...Bingo! New readers need to develop a “bank” of words that they can read by sight. These are words we use all the time, but which...
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... be all of the protection they need. Kids love playing games with flashlights like flashlight tag, flashlight reading, etc. Here is another fun activity with a...
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... newspaper ball for the base of his litter bug. Glue or tape the bottom of the ball to help it hold its form. Encourage him to attach small objects to build up his...
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... become your "bowling pins." If you plan to play indoors with a light "bowling" ball, you can leave the pins empty. Otherwise, use a heavier ball...
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... great examples include: Can you shape the oobleck into a ball? What happens when you squeeze it in your fingers? Have your child pour the mixture into the plastic...
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... package of markers, a bouncy ball, candy, a magic spring, a packet of seeds, a glow bracelet or a small flashlight, a pair of sunglasses, batteries and a small pencil...
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... together by doing these little experiments: Have your child roll the Gluep into a ball and place it on her palm or a flat surface. Does it stay in the shape of a...
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... cotton ball and separating a small piece of it from the rest of the ball. Glue it in a circular line around the face of the Eskimo to complete the wintry look. igloo...
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... the seasons. What happens to plants in the spring? Explore plant anatomy and growth with your young botanist to dive headfirst into the science of spring! What You...
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... gallon. Crumple up a white paper napkin into a tight ball, to be the swan's head. Glue it to the top of the handle on the gallon. Cut one small triangle and...
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...It's easy to turn old magazines into a fast-and-furious finding game that's both fun and educational for kids. Let the games begin! It’s easy to turn old...
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.... For most kids, sitting in a car for hours on end is no laughing matter. The solution? Before you hit the road, arm yourself with a handful of travel games where...
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... people. What You Need: Plastic cup Colored felt or fabric pieces Hot glue or rubber cement Wooden dowel Wooden ball Scissors Markers String...
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... help your child unleash his imagination and bring a lovable story character to life. What You Need: 1 red punch ball balloon 3 green balloons...
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... the top of the hat. For a finishing touch, let him glue a fluffed cotton ball on the elf's face to create a white beard! how to make an elf, elf, elves, recycled crafts, recycled elves, upcycled elves...
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... her to learn about basic art and design elements such as color, pattern, and texture. This is a great activity to do during the fall and winter seasons! What You...
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.... This activity makes a great writing prompt. And it's a kick for kids to imagine one of their favorite characters in the school cafeteria or playing ball at the park. So write on! first grade, writing, reading...

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