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... to create your own unique Menorah to light up the house at Hanukkah time? All you need is an empty egg carton tray, some paint and some small light bulbs to...
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... where he is. Whoever goes all the way around the house (game board) first wins! Helpful Tip: For older players, use multiplication. The highest...
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... for her book, including her name and a title. Once all the pages are complete, help your child punch two holes at the left side of the book and tie a ribbon through them. first grade, Black History Month, Swahili, counting, math...
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... it on some newspaper or scrap paper to see whether you need more or less paint. Press the hearts down on all sides to make sure it evenly stamps the page.  ...
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...”: have her mix the glue with a handful of the glitter, so that it makes a thick paste. Dip a large paintbrush into the glitter glue and paint all visible...
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... paper so that it will cover all sides of the cardboard box. Ask him to cut a piece of paper to fit each side. Have him take the cardboard box and glue the red paper to...
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... in different sizes. Once a paper handle is attached to the finished cone, you've got the perfect portable storage space for all kinds of delicious ...
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... can tuck more edible flowers around it to fancy it up. When you're all done, take a photo! Be sure to include a butter knife or tongs for serving. Colonial butters, molding butter, art and food, Colonial history, molds...
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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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... what before she starts gluing. That way, she can see how it all looks and move things around as she sees fit. Now start gluing! Make sure your glue gun is hot...
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... him glue all the colored squares and rectangles on the poster board. On one shape, help him draw two thermometers - one to show a hot temperature and the other...
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... lip all the way to the chin Both of her ears She can now cut out each of these parts. She may require a bit of help from mom or dad to cut...
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... this until all of the "V"s on the bat have tissue streamers glued to them and the bat looks balanced. Now, ask him to cut the bat head out of the...
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... deep red. Strain the red water over a medium saucepan, collecting all that wonderful red water! Your child can hold the strainer while an adult pours the hot...
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... stitch line directly onto the fabric. Use the marker to draw a line ½ inch from the edge on all four sides of one fabric square (see photo).   2...
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... the 100th day of school with this DIY t-shirt! This milestone day is important for early learners, and this hands-on craft will remind them of all that they’ve...
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... has also created edible works of art! What You Need: Vanilla, chocolate, or butterscotch pudding mix or pre-made pudding cups Candy decorations (not all...
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... than one strip to make it go all the way around his design, depending on the size. In this case, a second rectangle aluminum strip can be attached to the first with...
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..., cornstalk, scarecrow, pumpkin, turkey or whatever other fall-themed words for your little wordsmith to figure out.  Then, compile all the pieces of clip art...
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... find all the possible combinations of coins that add up to the number you're gluing. After the glue dries, give your new clock a spin! Move the hands around to...

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