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... hands. Have her roll the soap into a ball. She can continue scooping and rolling until all the soap mixture has been used. The finished rolled soap balls can cool...
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... add to the soup, stirring until the cheese melts. All that’s left to do is to get out the bowls and ladle out the soup for dinner! He can add a dash of...
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... paper. All that’s left is to start reading a good book so that his new Frank Lloyd Wright bookmark can be used to keep his place! arts and crafts, bookmark, construction paper crafts, paper and glue, 7th grade...
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... great jump rope rhyme! Though we all know the classics like “Cinderella dressed in yellow” and “Teddy bear, teddy bear…” writing your own...
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... loud with him as he glues them in place. Repeat this with each textured object until all of them are glued in place. Ask him to draw and cut out a five-pointed star...
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... this until all of the "V"s on the bat have tissue streamers glued to them and the bat looks balanced. Now, ask him to cut the bat head out of the...
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... any extra veggies you have on hand. With all the dicing and chopping, this recipe provides lots of kitchen practice and a chance to teach older kids knife skills...
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... him write a sentence or two with a black marker, describing his special moment or event. When it's all finished, have him pick a special spot to display his story...
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... favorite friends! Invite your child to create invitations to send to her friends inviting them to afternoon tea! This way your child, and all her friends, can enjoy...
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... recorder (take turns). Everyone else is a spotter. The object of the game is to find all the cards together. For specific locations, you should hand spotters the card as...
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.... Squares, triangles and rounds are easy. Once your child can handle a cookie cutter, all kinds of fun, seasonal match-wiches are do-able. Stackable slice foods: jicama...
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... chocolate chips in the glass bowl and gently stir with the spatula until the chocolate is melted. Offer help as needed – the saucepan will be hot! Once all the...
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... brewing? Your child can learn more about earth science as well as meteorology through learning how to make a weathervane! All that’s needed are materials you...
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... deep red. Strain the red water over a medium saucepan, collecting all that wonderful red water! Your child can hold the strainer while an adult pours the hot...
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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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... What You Do: Let your preschooler paint all exterior sides of a paper lunch sack with blue paint. Set aside to dry. Draw a three by four inch rectangle...
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... Ikebana recognized as a true art form, it's practiced and celebrated all around the world today. Your child will learn more about this special tradition while...
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... spatula until they are all evenly coated with the egg white, which encourages her fine motor skills! It’s time to get sugared! Offer your child some...
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.... Your child can repurpose and recycle a used can into a useful compost bucket! Composting is turning all your fruit and vegetable bits into healthy fertilizer for your...

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