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... pattern or a particular type of rhythm. All he has to do is rhyme the end sound in each line. He can use this rhyme as many times as he wants—4 times or even 15...
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... out. Have him write the numbers one to ten on the segments with one number on each circle. Count with him as he goes along. When he's all finished...
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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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.... Help your child put hot glue on back of each tile and press the tile onto the base. Continue until all the tiles are placed. If she's making a ring, she'll...
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... has also created edible works of art! What You Need: Vanilla, chocolate, or butterscotch pudding mix or pre-made pudding cups Candy decorations (not all...
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... not all the way to the top. If you don't have a popsicle mold, you can also pour the juice into paper cups, then tear the paper off once the juice has frozen...
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... in the egg and then into the flour and breadcrumb mixture until all the zucchini strips are on the pan. Now he can pop the zucchini in the oven for 10 minutes...
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... fork to press the edges and then poke holes on the tops. Encourage her to keep creating pop tarts until all the piecrust and pumpkin filling are gone. Now she can...
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... candy canes were made in the late 1600’s? They were originally created as decorations for Christmas trees and were all white and plain sugar in flavor. It wasn...
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... kids of all ages. Bugs are a lot easier to play with when they're made of paper. Now your child can explore color mixing and design while folding together a...
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...: Create the base for the “bones” by peircing two mini marshmallows on both ends of a pretzel stick. Make sure the pretzel stick does not pierce through all...
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... place. Have your child glue down all of the scraps he wants, creating a mound in the back of the pick up truck. Multiple layers will create various textures and...
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... wrap down over the window and use double stick tape to secure all the edges around the window, sealing it shut with plastic. Cut the other piece of construction...
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... metallic circles into the design. They can be used as animal eyes or as part of the background design. Carefully glue down all of the objects onto the Toran. Allow the...
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.... Cut out all three pieces of your puppet from the poster board. Attach the arm pieces to the body using the brads; one brad will join the hand and elbow piece to...
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... all the cheese has been coated. Invite your child to put the cheese in the freezer for at least 4 hours or overnight. Now she can pre-heat the oven to 400...
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... cooking. Summer is all about fresh fruits and vegetables from the garden! Your 5th grader can take advantage of the bountiful tomatoes during summer to chop her way...
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... other colors. Now have add the second most common color, then the third, etc. When you are all finished, have a discussion with your child about how each drawing...
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... scrunched-up fabric piece onto that spot of glue. Hold the fabric in place until it feels tightly glued to the cardboard. Let her repeat steps #4 and 5 for all...

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