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... in the Northern Hemisphere year round. The Big Dipper is actually not a constellation at all, but part of The Great Bear. And the North Star, Polaris, is not the...
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... few extras you can do to expand the project. First off, when your child is preparing the “mold,” invite him to place some small seashells all around the...
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... your drawing. As you start drawing, remember that observation and detail are the most important aspects. Be prepared to slow down and take in all minute...
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... is always full of flowers,” or “I have a dream…that the future is full of plentiful food and clothing for all,” for example. Read the speech aloud when completed! fifth grade, activity, Martin Luther King, Jr....
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... to her that the lemon juice is an acid. All acids will turn a blue liquid or indicator, red. Tell her that the grape juice is called an indicator because...
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... over a holiday, during summer break, or as a Back to School project. The best part is, all of the items she'll need to complete this project are probably...
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... edible “flowers” that actually hits all these points. We’ve included three “types” of flowers for you to choose from, depending on...
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... watermelon intact. Now’s the time for your child to get in on the action! Lay all of the watermelon circles on a clean cutting surface and invite your...
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...'re done! All that's left to do is have your child take his Max costume out for a spin on Halloween while he trick-or-treats the night away! If your child...
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...; What You Do: Cooking: Have your child wash all the mason jars and lids. They will need to be boiled for complete sterilization, but this can be done while...
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... oz) unsalted butter, softened 1/4 cup granulated sugar 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 cups all-purpose flour 6...
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... first line, and “Don’t Pollute” on the second. Instead of o’s, have your child use the yellow circles. All of the other letters should be about...
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...Take a stab at 18th century American cooking with your kids by following this tasty recipe from the first colonial cookbook. "Of all the puddings we colonial...
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... berries onto each pair of leaves. Or, if you are using mini pom-poms, apply a dot of glue underneath the center of all three of them and adhere them to the pair of...
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...'s mixed up add the honey-spice mixture. Try to spread everything around evenly, making sure to cover it all with spices and honey. Once everything's mixed...
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... be found in the supermarket with all the ice cream toppings. For a special presentation, decorate with cute yellow marshmallow Peeps and arrange on a platter with...
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... to create one of the giraffe's legs. Repeat this step three more times to create the other legs. You should have four coils in all. Stretch the leg coils...
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... cover page. Have your child use the presentation folder to “bind” her new book. This way, all of the pages remain beautifully intact, free of holes or...
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... that's at least one-inch thick. Be sure not to draw all the way to the edges of the paper. Leave at least a two-inch border. Help your child cut out the flower...
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.... Design flower collages. Gather enough flowers and leaves for all the kids. Invite the kids to glue the flowers onto paper in a pretty design. Pressed flowers...

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