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... involved...just broken shells. In place of your child, an egg will be doing all the jumping. The nylon pantyhose you'll use for this experiment has a natural...
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... (where the computer screen is) so that it sticks out like a computer keyboard. All your child needs to complete the costume is a sweatpants and a shirt in a...
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.... Citizens welcomed him back by lighting rows of lanterns to drive away the darkness. Today, Diwali is a chance to celebrate all the joys people tend to overlook...
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...;severed body parts around your drink displays to give the table a creepy vibe. Don't be afraid to make things gruesome and get a little messy. It's all part...
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... is smooth. Then stir in the milk and add the eggs. Whisk them all together thoroughly to avoid lumps. At the very end, stir in the melted butter, and pour the...
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... the game until all the cards have been matched. Then each player counts the number of pairs she has. Whichever player ends up with the most pairs is the winner...
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... activity that lets your teenager make her very own set of uniquely textured candles! All she has to do is melt down sheets of wax bubble wrap and roll them around wicks...
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... either sew or glue the straps in place. Make sure you leave enough time for all the glue to dry. Now you’ve given your magic fairy her wings! Have her try...
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... the garden. A homemade ladybug costume is also a quick and easy costume solution for kids of any age. You can probably find most, if not all, of the things you&rsquo...
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... with all the candy your trick-or-treater has collected, the strengthened bag handles won't break. Due to the nature of the materials used for this...
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...;ll get to use his creative-thinking abilities and improve his writing skills all while he practices using adjectives! Bust out this fun, artistic activity...
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... his reading and writing skills. You can inspire and encourage the inner storyteller in your child with this activity by having him create some fairy tale dice! All...
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... squares of paper on and cut out one note for each instrument square. Once your child has cut out all of the notes, help her paste the picture of their instruments on the...
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... cooking the pancake (and flipping it further, if necessary) until it is browned and done all the way through. Transfer the cooked pancakes to a plate to cool, and...
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... fabric. Guide him in sewing all around the neck pillow. Stop and help him secure the end of the fabric when a 3” to 4” opening is left at the bottom of...
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... until the entire card is woven. After weaving in each individual strip, advise your child to push all the strips down because they will move while your child is...
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... the edges under, help your child staple the plastic together. Make sure all the staples are facing one side, which will be the bottom. The plastic cover on the...
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.... Constitution with your child. Explain that the Constitution is the highest law in the United States and that we all live by its rules. Inform her that the rules...
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... each night depends on the positions of the earth and moon relative to the sun. When we can’t see the moon at all (during the new moon phase), the moon is...
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... original drawing. Invite them all to open up their papers and view their collaborative creatures! To extend this activity further, encourage the children to name...

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