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..., it’s all blue water; when you unzip it, there's a row of felt Israelites crossing. Moses and the Ten Commandments: Use fabric glue to attach Velcro...
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... large, but this is fine—they'll enjoy wearing them all the same. Smooth plaster with the back of a spoon if necessary. Let the plaster of Paris harden for...
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... paper from the fabric. The wax from the fabric crayons will have melted into the fabric and the heat will have set the color. Fabric crayons are available at all...
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... a picture with a simple shape will be easier to make. A flower, a heart or a star will all work well. Trace the cardboard tube on a piece of scrap paper so...
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...;s at it. All you need are dog biscuits, dice, and a timer to help your preschooler understand some fundamental math concepts. This game is best played with at least...
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... counting up to the number her beanbag landed on, pick up her beanbag and hop back, calling out the numbers along the way. Continue until all of the kids have a turn...
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..., under a jar, and between two jars. Encourage him to keep going until all of the labels are in fitting places. Now it’s time to play with the blocks. What...
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...;this targeting game. All you need is a flashlight and a handheld mirror and you're ready to go! What You Need: A bright flashlight A handheld...
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... Biologist. Nearly all kids love the water and the beach, and this craft allows them think about marine life and imagine how organisms interact with their...
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... cover the cookie sheet to allow the dough to rise until all the pieces are double their original size. Explain to her how yeast helps make the dough rise. Have...
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... it feels elastic, like Play-Doh. Time to add color!  Keep all of the dough one color by adding a few drops of food coloring into the dough as your child...
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... take the eight pieces of cut nylon rope and tie all of the pieces in a knot at one end. Leave a bit of a tassel, about 3 inches, on the end of the rope. Place...
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... stretching each cotton ball and gluing it into place on the rainbow drawing. Now hang the rainbow on your refrigerator to remind your child (and family!) to eat all...
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... colors for his caterpillar and will laugh as he thinks of all the foods his caterpillar ate to turn those colors. This activity will help build excitement about...
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... thick. After all of the strips are cut, lay them flat on the table. Ask your child to write down on each piece of paper one word, phrase, or sentence about...
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... around the base to secure it. String a second shell and twist the wire around the base and continue doing this until all five shells are strung. Twist the wire...
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...;all while designing an imaginative set of counting cards. Use these holiday-inspired cards with your child as a colorful learning tool to reinforce her budding...
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... great creative art project for preschoolers, and with all the cutting, painting, and coloring, it's great for developing those fine motor skills, too. What You...
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... creates this sweet and clever gift, and all that tying will help develop her fine motor skills and improve her dexterity, too! What You Need: Plastic wrap...
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... Clear drying, non-toxic glue Markers What You Do: First, learn all about bees with your child. Take a trip to the local library and look through books...

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