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... mold, and tap the mold against the table to get the mixture nice and level. Keep doing this until all the mold is full. Drag the flat side of the paint stick...
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... all the rocks are painted, place them aside to dry. When the rocks are dry, use them to “label” objects in and around the house. For example, take...
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... create a special treat all on his own, but he will also get a culinary science lesson in states of matter. What You Need: 1 stick (1/2 cup) refrigerated...
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... it into thirds, but make sure she doesn't cut all the way through. The slits will help make the roll bendable. Have her cover the paper towel tube with the...
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...!—to come. What You Need: Balloon 1 cup all-purpose flour 2 cups water Mixing bowl Scissors Newspaper, torn into strips Tempera paint in...
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... middle fold of the card for a more finished look. Urge him to use these potato stamps to decorate all sorts of things besides cards; try posters, wrapping paper...
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... Glitter, beads, and/or sequins Glue What You Do: Pour a little green paint into one of the small bowls and ask your child to paint the rock on all...
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... excess chocolate to drip off the marshmallow and place it vertically on top of a cookie. Repeat until all of the cookies have chocolate covered marshmallows on top...
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... workout. A single paper plate and a few glitzy jewels are all your child needs to create an impressive angel craft for kids. This cute angel craft for kids is made even...
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... the ground. Gravity doesn't have a stronger pull on heavier objects; the pull is equal. That's why all objects fall at the same rate. It wouldn't matter...
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...Introduce your child to the wonders of colorful chemistry with this simple food coloring project. Not all science experiments require tons of time and fancy...
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...; When the water comes to a full boil, have your young chef set the timer for 13 minutes. When the timer goes off, have your child create an ice water bath. All he...
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... truffle mixture.  Working as quickly as possible, help him shape each scoop of mixture into an egg and place it on a plate. Repeat steps 6 and 7 until all...
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... create using cotton balls and construction paper. Bumpy, soft and fluffy and even puffy are all perfect ways to characterize this adorable Halloween ghost! What You...
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... stapling the ends together. She should repeat this process until all of her paper strips are used up. Once she's done, help her hang her heart chain where everyone...
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... is Valentine’s Day after all! What You Need: Red or pink paper A black marker Valentine’s Day jelly beans (red, white and pink...
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... heavy to light, weigh each item and record the results. Once all of the items have been weighed, look at the numbers. Are there any surprises?  What items...
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... the yarn through all of the holes. Tape the final piece of yarn to the back of the pumpkin. Ask him to draw the jack-o'-lantern face on the yellow...
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...;soft boiled” egg—the egg white will have turned an opaque clear white, and the yolk, while still soft, will be more firm! And all this happened with just...
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... encourage shared interest in kids of different ages. Although scientific principles are the main focus of the lab, you child will learn all kinds of other skills by...

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