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.... Starting on the right side, have your child roll the felt case towards the left.  When it's all rolled up, show him how to use the ties to secure the...
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.... Help your child put hot glue on back of each tile and press the tile onto the base. Continue until all the tiles are placed. If she's making a ring, she'll...
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... fortune teller box out of a shoe box! Amaze and delight all your friends as you pull fortunes right out of a fortune teller's mouth. What You Need: Shoe...
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... pull out his “housewife”, and all the necessary supplies would be there. What You Need: Construction paper, at least 9" x 13” Glue...
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... use all the same color bead or same shape bead. Prepare a sharp sewing needle with sewing thread as you would for regular sewing. Use the largest sewing needle...
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... when she reaches the end of this line. Glue and lay twine until all of the thin lines are done. Now have her pick out the areas that she wants to look like...
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... all you; cutting plastic can be dangerous.) Have your child use scissors to cut the rest of plastic along the marker line. Set the top part of the bottle aside...
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... wing on another piece of felt. Have your child cut this second wing -- now he has the completed pair! Help him arrange all the owl pieces where he wants them...
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... child should own just a pair of these beautiful accessories! Help her make more in  different colors and different styles to match all her favorite outfits...
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... short as you like. Spruce up a doorway, or go all out and brighten up the entire length of a wall. What You Need: Construction paper (white and green...
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...'s OK if you want to be secretary, too, for all or part of this activity! Whichever you choose, make sure you do this: Hold the banner paper vertically, and...
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... measuring three quarters of an inch (3/4”) from all sides, and draw lines where you will be cutting. Use your utility knife to begin cutting pages out of the...
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... a cut line by poking holes in the container all the way around, following the rubber band. Have your child cut the container following the holes. Place the lid on...
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....  Set up the answer quiz cards beyond the sponge station and have the answer facing down. Also, make sure all the numbers are visible. Have the two...
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... typically possible. When the mixtures cool, the water can no longer handle all that extra sugar. After you pour the lollipop solution in the...
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... the paper, along with a brief description of each person’s talents, interests, or skills. These are all wonderful little tidbits to help a new neighbor get to...
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... challenges—average weather temperatures, for example, or cost of junk food. Let your math imagination soar—it’s all powerful support for your child...
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... place a penny over that. Help her to alternate this way, with a paper towel piece between each coin or washer, until you have used all ten pieces. Now make sure your...
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...? Turns out that secret code activities also represent great practice in language and reasoning for kids of all ages.  Any working code must rest on a pattern...
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...Two thumbs up or none at all? If your fourth grader is like most movie-going kids, you don't need to wait for the Academy Awards to hear the Critics' Choices...

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