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... board What You Do: After you've cut and prepared the fruit, lay it all on a tray or cutting board and place it in front of your child. See how many different...
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... U.S., but did you know it's popular in Japan, too? To play in Japanese, all you have to do is say "jan-ken-pon" instead of "rock-paper-scissors...
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... the next, two hearts, then three stars, and on until you get to ten. When the sticks are all ready, mix them up and give them to your child. Encourage her to pair...
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... boring. Add a little pizzazz to snack time by holding a snack hunt! Similar to an Easter egg hunt—but without all the sugar—kids search for hidden treats, and...
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...Help your kid make beautiful coin rubbings to decorate a fun treasure box. Every little adventurer needs a place to store all her fun finds—from coins to...
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... it's also fun for all ages! What You Need: Newspaper White paper Crayons in assorted bright colors Black tempera paint Paintbrush and water...
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...All you need is craft paper, wadded-up newspaper, art supplies, and a healthy dose of imagination and you'll create a larger than life stuffed object. All you need...
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... without all the mess. Plaster sculptures are fun to make, but let's face it—they're a little messy. But never fear: in this activity, your preschooler can...
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...Want to decorate eggs for Easter without all the mess? Try making an Easter egg collage instead! Want to decorate eggs for Easter without all the mess? Try making...
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... your child he’s going to create a poster for his room, full of pictures of all the things he loves. While this project will seem like simple arts-and-crafts...
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... fabric dying technique that’s popular all over the world, especially in Yunnan, China (where it’s believed to have originated), West Africa, and Indonesia...
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.... All you need is some newspaper and tape! Children love to build things they can play in—old boxes, blankets and furniture, or wooden blocks can all be the...
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...When your child is itching for a game, consider ditching Hide and Seek in favor of Shape and Seek. Here's how it works: Shapes are all around us, and young kids...
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... skills and satisfy her curiosity all at once! While many adults don’t like insects, kids go buggy for them. And that’s great, since such small creatures...
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.... Exploring art processes, learning about shape, increasing fine motor skills, and developing awareness of spatial relationships are all important objectives for this...
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...Let your preschooler walk, hop, and skip her way to understanding rectangles, triangles, and circles. All you need is some sidewalk chalk and a bit of space to get...
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... pan. Discuss primary colors and how these three colors can be used to make all of the other colors. Show your child how to use the eyedropper to pick up some...
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... steam. A fun alternative to play dough, he'll feel better after he gets rid of all that pent up energy, and he can eat the results! What You Need: 3 cups...
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...Simple activities that incorporate actions such as grouping, counting, classifying, and categorizing all kinds of items will expand your child's vocabulary and...
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... should be 3 inches tall. Have your child attach one letter to a piece of red felt using fabric glue. Repeat this for all 26 letters. Help your child to glue...

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