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... finish her fall leaf cookies. She can blend the edible paints while painting the cookies or paint them all one color.   fall, thanksgiving, cookies, recipes, dessert, leaves...
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... the needle again and attach the yarn to the glove using the process in Step 5. When you've gone all the way around the glove, secure the thread by moving the...
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... them until you’ve used all the dough. While the donuts are cooling, invite your child to spoon some jam into a small plastic bag. Squeeze the jelly to one...
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... used to make a number of different products including all kinds of plastic items and even bulletproof vests. how to make a bouncy ball, how polymers are made, how are polymers made, make your own bouncy ball, lost bouncy ball, super ball...
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... between the dough and the sides of the baking cup. Repeat steps 2 through 4 until all of the baking cups are full. Help your young chef put the muffin pan into...
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... them in place. Ask her to tie all of the cords together in a simple knot about three inches down from the tape. Position the strands so that there are two of...
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... traditional "Trick or Treat." That is, only if he wants to stay on the treat-givers' good sides and gather all the sugary goodness he possibly...
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... traffic cop. Instruct the "cop" to hold all three signs at the opposite side of the room, or farthest point away from the group of...
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...Create origami claws that can transform your child into a bird, cat, or other clawed creature. Is your child all about origami? This paper-folding project doubles...
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... all of the other brave members of armed forces who died serving their countries. remembrance day, red poppy, poppy craft, poppy paper wreath, fallen soldiers, honoring service members...
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... making the no-bake clay on your stovetop. Combine all of the ingredients in a medium saucepan, heat over medium, and stir consistently with a wooden spoon...
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... ghost, she might list ghoulish, spooky, hopeless, and floating.  Although she might not use all of these words in her poem, working on the list will help her...
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.... Kids should get weekly allowances. Teachers should be required to wear uniforms. Every kid should have a pet. All kids should read The Hunger Games...
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...;all at the same time. What You Need: Sidewalk chalk Large area of concrete, such as a driveway or patio List of math problems to call out with matching...
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.... Keep letting him toss the ball and define the words until the muffin tin is empty. Place all the words back in the muffin tin. Have your child take the...
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... clothespins all around the outside of his plant base. (This will serve as the holder for his plant.) When his planter is complete, allow him to decorate it however he&rsquo...
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... use the craft knife to cut the penciled boxes. Have your child test out the grille cipher. Show him how the brightly colored paper blocks out all the other words...
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...; If the nail tends to wobble as your child tries to nail them in place, show her how to use needle-nose pliers to keep each nail steady. When all of the nails are...
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... the paper square. Does she notice how the printed lines make four squares within the cut-out one? Have her use a pencil to very lightly draw a line through all the...
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... the cloth sheet is spread out all around the poster board. Plug in the hair dryer and turn it to its highest setting. Turn on the hair dryer, and show your...

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