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... be all one color or can be made up of both red and pink x’s.  A flower might have a center of one color and petals of another.  Once your child has...
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... together before folding all three in half. She will now have six strands joined by a loop at one end.  Let her make a knot below this loop. Make sure the knot...
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... behind. Help your child continue to repeat this process with all of her red squares until the stocking is completely covered. Have her glue a few layers of cotton...
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... roots. She can also decorate the outside of the soil ball by plastering moss all around it. Finally, she’ll wrap her twine around the ball several times to...
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... your child read the planting directions that accompany each plant. General directions are also listed below. All the herbs listed above grow in areas of full sun...
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... truffle mixture.  Working as quickly as possible, help him shape each scoop of mixture into an egg and place it on a plate. Repeat steps 6 and 7 until all...
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.... She can add more vinegar if the mixture needs more thinning. Have her stir all the ingredients together. Provide some rubber stamps (the kind usually used with...
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... list is finished, the child can work on the poster by drawing a picture of each villain, writing the villain’s name, and then copying all the other information...
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... story of Israelites being freed from Egyptian slavery. The Seder plate is a specific arrangement of foods which are all symbolic to the ritual. In this activity, your...
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... yogurt container can also provide great marker and crayon storage. Let your child decorate the empty container all around with washi tape. You can help him cut...
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... paint Pencil What You Do: Ask your child to paint water all over the watercolor paper using a brush. It should be wet, but not soaked with water. While...
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... create using cotton balls and construction paper. Bumpy, soft and fluffy and even puffy are all perfect ways to characterize this adorable Halloween ghost! What You...
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.... Continue cutting and gluing until all rectangles are adhered in position from top to bottom, small to large. Complete the Christmas tree by having him glue the star...
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... are dazzling enough for all to enjoy. Make mason jar lights a mainstay in your house this holiday season and beyond. What You Need: Mason jars White...
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... pencil pot. His African pencil pot drums are all ready to go!   Africa, pencil pot, African pencil pots, African drums, drum pots, pencils, pencil holder, pencil craft...
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... all you; cutting plastic can be dangerous.) Have your child use scissors to cut the rest of plastic along the marker line. Set the top part of the bottle aside...
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... cookie sheet.  Repeat until all cookie balls are coated in chocolate. Return to freezer until chocolate sets. Share with family and friends! You can try...
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... with all that costume jewelry! If you have a drawer full of rings never worn, recycle them with this simple bracelet craft that turns a mess of old jewelry into one...
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... stapling the ends together. She should repeat this process until all of her paper strips are used up. Once she's done, help her hang her heart chain where everyone...
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... write nice and big (capital letters approximately 1 inch tall) so that your kid has plenty of space to work. When you're all done, it's time to engage ...

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