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... (1/2") just above the number so when the flap is folded down it hides the number. Repeat this for all five pages. While the glue dries, close...
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... patterning and spatial awareness. And, she'll remember it all with a beautiful work of art. What You Need: Fall leaves, freshly collected from outdoors...
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... in an indoor planter. Open the top of the milk carton all the way around, and then thoroughly wash and dry the carton. If the top is jagged or has tears, simply cut...
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... dots of glue on at a time. Picking up the little seeds is wonderful fine motor skill practice. Count the seeds together as he picks them up. When all of the seeds are...
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... mix them all together they can turn into something completely different! After 2–3 minutes of kneading, have her sprinkle a baking sheet with cornmeal. Show...
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.... Add walnuts (optional). Mix until all ingredients are thoroughly combined. Form a ball with the dough and refrigerate for 20 minutes. Spread flour on a...
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... holes all the way around the circumference of the plate. You can ask him to measure out the holes, which should be 2–3 finger-widths apart from one...
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... of shells, experiment with them and see what you end up with! Press the straw all the way through the mixture at the top, and leave it in as the entire mixture...
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... into an empty bowl and mix them, to see what color it makes. She can continue doing this with all of the other empty bowls. She can also experiment with creating...
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... for dinner, or just to have an unexpected treat. It's also a great birthday party idea! What You Need: 4 ½ cups unsifted all-purpose flour 1...
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... that the open side isn't touching the glue. Let it dry overnight, and then award your child with it the next day! These ribbons are great for all occasions...
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... package directions. In a few weeks, you should have blooming galoshes—a green reminder of spring showers that will last all summer long! rainboot, planter, boot, garden, project, activity, kids'...
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... the letters completely with glue. Have her choose between lentils, birdseed, confetti or glitter, and then invite her to sprinkle it all over the glue, covering the...
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... helps his brain expand to think beyond just a paintbrush. Plus, it's pretty cool to dip regular items into paint and see what happens! With this craft, all...
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... Paper Markers or crayons What You Do: Punch holes in the sturdy paper/cardboard, one near the top and one near the bottom. Align all the holes for...
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... to cavities, which are no fun at all. This activity uses a hard-boiled egg as a pretend tooth and shows what happens if plaque goes unchecked. Reluctant brushers...
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...'s all part of growing up! And who knows? You may even want to make a set of these for your own closet! What You Need: Twist ties Hole punch Bottle...
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...Construct an easy-to-make and even easier-to-store puppet stage. All you need is a curtain rod, an old sheet, and fabric pens, and you'll soon have the perfect set...
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... beads on one of the candy canes or to count the candy canes on the tree. After all this hard work, share a real candy cane with your child! preschool activity...
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...Improve you child's fine motor skills and sense of rhythm by helping him make a holiday jingle bell instrument. He'll love ringing and dancing with it! Jingle all...

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