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... softened butter 1/4 cup fat-free evaporated milk 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1 3/4 cup all purpose flour 3 tablespoons cocoa 1/2 cup confectioner’s...
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... one about candy: Valentine candy Fills my heart with joy and love It's so yummy too!   Writing haiku is fun for all ages. Work together...
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...Boost your child's imagination and creativity by having her design her own deck of trading cards. Kids of all ages share a unique fascination with trading cards...
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... cup powdered sugar 1 tablespoon vanilla 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup very finely chopped almonds (or nut of your choice) 2 1/2 cups sifted all-purpose flour...
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... things, usually using “like” or “as." For example, "My mom's hair is as red as an apple." Hair and apple are not alike at all, but...
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... and muscles, it is responsible for holding up an entire body all day long. Has your child ever thought about how his spine works, and why it bends? This assembling...
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... create his own fantasy world by imagining that his enormous creation is anything from a giant spider web to a great redwood forest. The best part is: All of this fun and...
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... will be so impressed with the agility of these amazing primates that she'll be inspired to learn all about them! This activity provides a perfect opportunity to teach...
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... all the cards in the deck. If you're playing with a group, have the players each create their own score sheet and take turns determining whether or not a...
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... all three sheets of paper. Ask him to mark the bottom of the thermometer with a "0,” and the top with "100" to indicate the numeric value of...
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.... The paper bag will become the inside lining of your bag, but you should not be able to see it from the outside as the felt should cover all sides of the bag from the...
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... it through the holes. Tie a square knot with the loose ends, and you're all done!  Take the bullroarer outside, grip the handle firmly and twirl the sounding...
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...Turn all those pine cones hanging out around your yard into a special centerpiece to display during your next holiday gathering! Pine cone centerpieces make for a...
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... paper bags to create one-of-a kind stockings! This is a great activity to keep the kids entertained. And, it's a great project to use up all those bits and scraps of...
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... spatula until they are all evenly coated with the egg white, which encourages her fine motor skills! It’s time to get sugared! Offer your child some...
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... brewing? Your child can learn more about earth science as well as meteorology through learning how to make a weathervane! All that’s needed are materials you...
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... her spring spring roll ingredients! She can use all her favorite fresh veggies, such as cabbage, carrots, and cucumber! Offer your child a paring knife to cut...
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... into the balloon. A toothpick or stick to poke the sand through the funnel may help the process go faster. Fill the balloon almost (but not all the way) full with sand...
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... hands. Have her roll the soap into a ball. She can continue scooping and rolling until all the soap mixture has been used. The finished rolled soap balls can cool...
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...’s a lot of measuring, which encourages your child’s math skills and culinary abilities! He can use the whisk to incorporate all the ingredients. Next...

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