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... garden waste combine in the compost bin to make nutritious soil that worms and plants love. Tiny microorganisms break down the material into compost. Soon, your bin will...
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... desired flower! first grade, second grade, third grade, plants, science, arts and crafts, Earth Day, project, activity, garden, flower...
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... images. Step 2 Get out in the garden! If you don't have access to a backyard, take a trip to a nearby park or nature area – anywhere plants can be found...
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... Scissors Stickers Seeds (from your garden or neighborhood) Newspaper Digital camera (optional) What You Do: First, have your child help you gather...
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... package directions. In a few weeks, you should have blooming galoshes—a green reminder of spring showers that will last all summer long! rainboot, planter, boot, garden, project, activity, kids'...
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... shape garden of giant stuffed things! preschool, pre-kindergarten, arts and crafts, preschool activity, butcher paper activity, butcher paper, paper activity, paper craft activity...
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... corn may begin to sprout, and this can be the perfect opportunity to grow some corn indoors, which could eventually be transplanted to your garden in the spring. Then...
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... pop out. Voila! Throwing a skating, garden or princess party? Find molds in a coordinating shape to make crayons and you’ve got eye-catching party favors...
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...This eggshell mosaic activity will let kids create a mosaic flowerpot that is sure to be a beautiful addition to any garden. Create a unique gift that is as useful...
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... begins stamping the white tablecloth. Have her fill the entire tablecloth with a lush garden of merry flowers and leaves! Helpful Tips: If your child is...
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... use a marker to draw the house number on the construction paper. Don't forget the garden. Have your child use green construction paper to create a lawn, bushes...
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... how: What You Need: Plain, unpainted metal watering can (available at hardware and garden stores) White primer paint made to adhere to metal (available...
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.... What You Need: Bucket Plaster of Paris Water Paper cups Vermiculite (available at garden supply stores) Small plastic dinosaurs Wooden spoon...
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... ice cream that’s refreshing, airy, and absolutely delicious. It’s a great way to use something from your garden to make something kids love. So grab the...
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..., becoming food for bacteria and earthworms. These little creatures helped produce a nutrient-rich all-natural organic fertilizer for your garden. Spread this rich, dark...
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...: Small metal garden trowel Soft ground What You Do: Take a walk with your child. If you're near a forest, river, or park, look for an area where the soil...
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... do this in your garden or at the local park. A sunny day in late spring or early summer will work best. Sit down next to the flowers that you want to observe...
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... most fragrant rose petals from a garden or from a florist. Discard wilted or brown petals. Add ¼ cup of water and 2 cups of petals to a blender and place the...
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... Paintbrush Grass seed – go to a garden supply store and see if they sell this in bulk so you can buy a small amount – about a handful Soil...
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... containers are just the right size to use as molds for unique concrete stepping stones. Try making a couple dozen stones to embed in your garden, and make a decorative...

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