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... construction paper in the colors your child chooses. They should be approximately two inches wide and eight inches long. You’ll need at least 15 – 20 of them to...
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... tablets or pills (about 4 inches long) with a screw top Small piece of wood Nail or drill Hammer Water Four 1/2-inch candles, already burned or cut down to 1/2...
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... your child's head with the tape measure to figure out how long the headband should be. Help your child cut a strip of construction paper about 2 1/2 inches wide...
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... menorah off with a set of long candles to make a beautiful centerpiece for your Hanukkah dessert table. What You Need: Cupcake mix Cupcake pan Cupcake...
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... Ruler Newspaper What You Do: Have your child tear a sheet of newspaper into long strips. He doesn't have to worry about sticking to any specific...
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... enough not to be seen behind two soda bottles lying side by side. Cut two strips of felt, long enough to be shoulder straps so that your child can...
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... to quickly improve her understanding of the concept of measurement while she practices her multiplication. What You Need: Deck of cards with the face cards...
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... two possible sounds! In technical terms, we call these the “long” and “short” sounds. The “a” in “apple,” for...
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...Help your child create long-lasting Christmas memories with this charming reindeer sculpture activity. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is a favorite holiday story...
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... a pot of gold in this box and write "Finish." Then, have him draw 10 snakes as long or short as he pleases, connecting any two squares, as long as the...
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...Textbook studying doesn't have to be a slog. Here's a simple activity you can do at home before your middle-schooler begins those long end-of-the-chapter review...
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...; long Sand (a bit from the sandbox will work just great) Potting soil Packet of fast-growing seeds (we prefer early red globe radishes) What You Do...
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... Glue Dried lentils, birdseed, confetti or glitter Hole punch Ribbon What You Do: Cut out a piece of cardboard about nine or ten inches long and four...
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... glass is used to measure how long it takes for the sand inside to pass from one of the bulbs to the other. In this activity, you will make your own hour glass using...
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...Made of soft cotton and filled with sand, this simple creation is sure to make the stress of a long day melt away. Your child can help eliminate stress for himself...
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...: Invisible tape What You Do: Start your tin foil art by showing your child how sheets of aluminum foil can be folded several times to make long thin strips, or can...
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... stem wire Artificial flowers in festive colors Real or artificial greenery Tiny battery-operated lights Long white dress (optional) Needle and green thread...
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... You Need: 2 coffee cans, large Rocks, or sand 2 Dowels, 1.5" in diameter, 4' long Beach ball, large 2 pieces of string or thin rope, 6' long...
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... again. They can go over or under each other's arms, or through legs if needed! Encourage them to do whatever they want, as long as they don't break the chain...
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... store. What You Do: Ask your child to describe something he sees. It doesn’t matter what it is, as long as he can see it clearly and describe it...

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