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...Hanukkah menorahs come in all sizes and shapes, but when it comes to kids' celebrations, the best is always handmade. Here's how to help your preschooler make a...
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... his own musical beats. Here's a musical experiment that mixes different sounds, science, and math, all in one! Create these sound shakers using plastic containers...
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.... Request that any players who have 7s in their hands place them in a row in the center of the table. The objective of the game is for all players to place their cards...
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... You Do: After it's all dry, encourage him to make up stories, plays or dances using his new finger puppets as the main characters. If you want to...
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... pudding doesn't ooze out. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all the strawberries are filled with pudding. Serve the finished chocolate filled strawberries to the family...
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... often depicted as wearing all kinds of jewelry. One of these goddesses is Bastet or Bast, the feline goddess of protection, music, dance, and joy. Your child can now...
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.... Try to flatten the foil as much as possible. Use the tempera paints to create vivid patterns all around the aluminum foil. Bright colors such as red, orange...
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... favorite colors of tempera paint, he can paint all over his paper, creating a tie-dye look by mixing the colors! Once the paper has dried, he can slowly and...
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... single color or create a fun random design. While the paint is drying, brainstorm all the things your child will be able to see with his fun binoculars. He can...
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... quirky charm. A button heart is the perfect project for small hands: all your artsy kid has to do is cut out a heart and start gluing on buttons! What You Need...
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... piece of cereal at a time into the cup. Have your child count all pieces of cereal to find the sum. Encourage your child to continue practicing one-to-one...
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... the family’s cans. Pull all of the cans out of the cupboard. Explain that she needs to classify or group the cans that have something in common. Instruct...
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..., ask your child to help you cut a particular number of flowers, or pull a particular number of fruits or vegetables from the plant. All these probing questions and...
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...Few kids can resist the pull of an adventure, and the promise of hidden treasure. In between all that treasure hunting, preschoolers get a taste of how to use a map...
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... end don't always come so easily.  Ask a first grader to tell a story of the day, for instance, and often the result will be hilarious because it's all...
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... quite make sense yet, all that scribbling means that they’re starting to understand that written letters have meaning. You can help your child make the leap to the...
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... her fine motor skills, enhance her visual perception, and explore creative outlets. All of these combined will help her to develop stronger skills for writing. So...
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...A homemade shield with coat of arms is a great way to get your child thinking about what his family is all about, and it makes a fun addition to the costume box as...
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... three or four leaves to each branch, making sure to use all 26. Then set it aside to dry. Hand your child a marker and invite her to write each letter from the...
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...,” and either draw a picture of Dad or glue on a picture of him—all the better if it's a photo with Dad and kid together! While you're at it, make...

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