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... for tentacles. How many tentacles does an octopus have in all? Now that the form of the octopus is complete, it's time to decorate. Invite her to draw a face and...
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..., but in the end he stacks too many and they all come toppling down. Celebrate this classic kids' tale by challenging your preschooler to follow Yertle's lead and...
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.... Encourage her to color all of the exposed baby wipe. The more she colors, the better it will look. Tie-dye is a great opportunity to teach her about patterning. Start...
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...;Pacific Islanders regard coconuts as a cure all for illnesses. It is so highly valued as a food source and medicine that they call the coconut palm “The...
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... your preschooler to craft her own "critter dice"—cute, six-sided, animal-themed dice. All it takes are two two single-serving milk or juice cartons...
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.... Once the rocket ship is all decorated, use it in some imaginary game play! For extra fun, make some mini marshmallow poppers. They're the perfect alien...
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... flap. Make sure to prompt your child in a positive tone: “What is the first day of the week on the calendar?" After she has identified all the days, ask...
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... hand made cards are sure to spread holiday cheer to all who receive them. Christmas crafts, holiday crafts, kid's crafts, homemade greeting cards...
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... loud with him as he glues them in place. Repeat this with each textured object until all of them are glued in place. Ask him to draw and cut out a five-pointed star...
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... encourages your child to create her own math problems. All you need are index cards to make simple math flash cards and Conversation Hearts to use as markers. Soon your...
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... fun fruit picking activity. All you need are paper, crayons and brightly colored pompoms. What You Need: Large sheet of plain paper Crayons...
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... take toward better understanding our world. In this activity we'll be focusing on the three main environments where you can find all life on Earth...
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... enjoy arranging items. Glitter can be saved as the last item to place on the art. Let her use a glitter shaker to shake glitter over all the sticky areas that are...
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... the same on the other side, mixing around the order of the colors. When all the paint's dry, it's time to play the color match game! Set out rubber bands...
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...Reuse the tops of tissue boxes as photo frames for treasured family photos in this fun craft activity. Recycling's all the rage these days, and your child can...
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... catalogs and magazines, tape one picture onto each index card. When you're finished, put all the cards, picture side down, into the box. Invite your child to play...
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... were. Repeat for each of the other types of weather, and when you have all the numbers, help her record the data on a graph by coloring in boxes. (You can enlarge the...
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..., by bringing the yarn down one hole and up through another hole. Continue until all of the holes are laced. (You can also use an old shoelace for this activity...
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... each thing on its own strip. For Earth Day, use each link to name something that you can recycle at your house. Ask your child to brainstorm the names of all the...
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... construction paper. Have your child use her safety scissors to cut out the sections on the folded lines.  You should have 16 pieces in all when finished (this gives...

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