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... squares should be at least 1/2 inch larger (all the way around) than the opening of the tube. Once the tube is fully dry, place the fabric around one end and secure...
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... the segments with a pencil. Keep marking out 2" segments until you have 9 in total. Once you have all your segments marked out, have your child cut the paper...
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... material Glue dots Cardboard Paint Glitter (optional) A doll head What You Do: Have your child read through all the instructions out loud so that...
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... that describes what you did each day, a scientific notebook of plant and animal observations, an art journal of sketches, or a combination of all three. What You Need...
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...;Point out how most countries share borders with two or more other countries; whereas a few island countries have no shared borders at all.  Ask your child to...
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... with an adorable picture of herself. All this project requires is a couple of hours, and the "oohs" and "ahhs" will be resonating throughout the...
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... winter treat, he will learn crucial cooking skills, such as measuring, knife safety, and how to follow recipe directions. The best cider is made by brewing it all day...
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...;fingerling on each and every current (number) on the game board. If a player loses all of his fingerlings, he's out. Play until there's...
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... color to remain. Now, she can dip it again into a darker color and repeat the process as many times as she likes per egg, until all eggs are dyed. Time to...
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...;ll get to use his creative-thinking abilities and improve his writing skills all while he practices using adjectives! Bust out this fun, artistic activity...
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... eat? Help her find the correct pizza and color in the slices.  Repeat until all of the slips of paper have been used. Expand on this game by making...
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... many numbers as possible in your quest to victory! Draw from a deck of cards to determine your number, then mark all of the different numbers that can be used...
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... color wheel and sets of analogous colors with your child. Make a list together of all the sets of analogous colors she can find. Look at Sunflowers by Vincent van...
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... that it doesn't burn, and swirl the pan to ensure all of the sugar dissolves. Immediately add the butter and stir until it melts. Remove the pan from the heat...
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... with a fresh pack of tissues, and place in her binder for easy access all day long. tissue cozy, kleenex cozy, beginning sewing, felt project, felt craft, felt tissue cozy, teach your kid to sew, sewing for kids, simple sewing project...
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... the strings, gather the ends together and loosely tie a knot. Make sure all strings have about the same tension, then do the same for the other side. Show your...
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... out, just tuck it back in or scoop it onto a plate and enjoy it on the side – it doesn’t have to be neat, it’s all going to get mixed up in your...
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..., kamaboko, ham and scallions. Using a couple of spoons, gently but thoroughly stir in the mayo and make sure all of the ingredients are mixed well together...
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...Explore the color orange with your preschooler by creating an edible picture ... using all orange foods! This Halloween, explore the color orange with your...
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... and thread a ribbon through it so that your child can hang her colorful creation up for everyone to enjoy all throughout the fall season. *A snood is the fleshy...

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