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... help kids gain familiarity with it in all sorts of creative ways. Here’s an irresistible guessing game that will help your kid recognize pennies, nickels...
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..., the Seder plate, or another relevant image. Help him to write words such as, “My Passover Book”, “Why is this night different from all other...
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... each group hide. The rest of the children hide their eyes and count aloud to 20 (or whatever number is appropriate). Tell the children that they are all...
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...Your child can make sure all her friends get a kiss for New Year's Eve by making little bags of Hershey's Chocolate Kisses to give as presents. Your child can make...
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... precise score of 50, without going over. If a player goes over 50, they have to start all over again at 0. This game is a heart-pounding addition competition that...
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... grows all over Ireland. Offer your child the white paper and green crayon and invite her to draw a large shamrock that almost touches the edges of the paper...
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... Fake mini pumpkin What You Do: Begin by placing the foam square on a vinyl place mat. Let your child take the glue and pour it all over the top of the foam...
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... can use her hands to spread the glue all over the foam. Just make sure she doesn't get in any glue on the bottom of the square. Give your child the dried floral...
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...Here's a math game to keep your child cool during this hot summer. Roll dice, add up the terms, and color in all the pieces of your ice cream cone to win. Knowing...
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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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.... All you need is a deck of cards, and you're ready to get started! Want a little extra math practice without the drudgery? Try this fun card game that teaches kids the...
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...A thankful turkey helps your child think about on the things that he's thankful for. Make this turkey craft with your child for Thanksgiving. We all know...
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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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... 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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...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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... 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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