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..., and this flower pot windchime is a great way to teach your kid to listen to the music all around him. What You Need: 3 Terra cotta pots (1.5" tall...
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... and creativity! Whether your child is one of these or all three, make snack time a rich and supportive educational experience! What You Need: Froot Loops (or...
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... that it can have several heads, arms, legs, and other parts.... Use your imaginiation! The first one to get all 6 different body parts on her monster is the winner...
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... numbers large enough to pop up and be readable on the headband, but not so large they go all the way around your head. Print the numbers, and help your child cut them...
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... cards. On each card, lay out four rows of four cut-outs each. This will give you a bingo card of four images by four images, or 16 in all. Make sure that you don...
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... natural inclination for gardening. After all, what could be more fun for kids than digging in the dirt? But once those seeds start growing, it can be pretty difficult to...
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... boxes, ask your child to go ahead and wash them out. Remind him that it's important that all the boxes are completely clean. Ask him to fill each box with potting...
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... tree together. Glue the tree top to the trunk, and your growth chart is all done. Pick a good spot to hang it up. Before taping, test the wall surface to ensure...
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... for imagery and motifs that may provide inspiration. Once she has rewritten the words to all 12 days, ask her to make copies of the song and pass them out to every...
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... with him: Pecos Bill, John Henry, and Paul Bunyan are great places to start, and their stories are all available in book form at your local library. When you're...
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... What You Do: Let your preschooler paint all exterior sides of a paper lunch sack with blue paint. Set aside to dry. Draw a three by four inch rectangle...
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... found into the paint and apply them to the paper. As your kindergartener paints, ask, “Do all of these things paint the same way?” Point out the different...
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...;s number sense by counting all of the daffodils you see. springtime, spring, Earth Day, daffodils, flowers, painting crafts, arts and crafts, Kindergarten, recycled crafts...
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... recognition while making a bright and cheery crab decoration fit for any window or ocean scene. All you need are a few basic art supplies and a little time. What You Need...
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... fill one circle at a time with a different textured item. For example, the first circle could be all acrylic gems, while the next contains only pipe cleaners...
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... that they are properly sized so they fit on the paper bag and not too small. Using scissors, help him cut out all of the parts of his animal from the...
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... paper, glue, and a paper bag are all you need to get started. What You Need: Paper bag Markers Construction paper in green, orange, and other colors...
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... over rice. Back then, Monday was laundry day, and women could leave the pot on the stove to simmer all day unattended while they washed clothes. This recipe...
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... glue the clay to the plate. Use markers for extra detail or to decorate the perimeter of the plate. When your child has finished all that cutting and...
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... construction paper. This will be the headband, and will wrap around your child’s head. If the paper is too short to fit all the way around her head, cut two...

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