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This fun craft will teach your child a little bit about the human skeletal system and can be adapted to teach the biology of many different living animals.
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By tracking nutritional information from candy wrappers, your teen can use statistics to find which treats offer the fewest tricks on Halloween!
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Young scientists develop a hypothesis, conduct an experiment, and then revise their hypothesis to find out which common household liquids dissolve candy corn.
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Learning about how plants grow is a building block in the preschool curriculum. Put a fun twist on this science concept with these cup pets.
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Want to build your child's literary repertoire with tools like foreshadowing and description? Try a spooky Halloween story!
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Make an owl painting with your child this Halloween. This owl painting features an autumn scene created by layering images and a pair of handprint owls.
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These paper pumpkins will make lovely, festive centerpieces in your home this fall.
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What happens when an already creepy castle becomes personified with facial features? It becomes super-creepy!
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Create a three-dimensional X-ray of your child's hand in this simple modeling activity. All you need to get started are black paper and drinking straws
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This costume wig is a simple craft that will result in a great item for Halloween, dress up, or pretend play. Make a yarn costume wig with your child.
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Here's a Halloween arts and crafts activity for your preschooler, pre-kindergartener, or kindergartener: make bat wings of poster board and ribbon.
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This dalmatian costume is simple for expert crafters and novice dog lovers alike. Make a dalmatian costume with your child for Halloween or play time.
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Learn how to make fairy wings with these easy instructions. See how to make fairy wings for Halloween or dress-up time.
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Reuse and recycle cardboard tubes to make spooky spiders, kooky caterpillars, wacky worms, and more.
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Meet Medusa, a terrifying, spine-tingling monster -- and the inspiration for your child's latest colorful art project!
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Want to make Halloween truly eerie? Science to the rescue! These ghouly hands come alive with a little help from simple chemistry.
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This easy Halloween-themed science experiment for first-graders is perfect for chilly October afternoons or great as a Halloween party activity.
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Get into the Halloween spirit by creating creepy (but cute) spiders from paper egg cartons, paint, and pipe cleaners.
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Encourage you child to compare and contrast a wide variety of autumn-themed items as she learns to weigh the various objects and record her findings.
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This fun activity encourages her to develop her skills in not only taking measurements, but also in working with the measurements themselves.

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