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... circle and tie purple, gold and green ribbons or strips of fabric all the way around. This method also offers the same learning principles. Did you know that the...
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... ¼ cup portions of batter on the skillet. Let each pancake cook until the bottoms are golden brown and the tops are bubbling; then flip. After all the batter...
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... Olympic Games bring together athletes from all over the world in celebration of national pride and global community. Perhaps your own child harbors visions of one day...
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... the number of squares needed for each column. When the six columns are complete, sew them all together according to the design template (it may help to iron the...
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... empowering speeches, or their athletic ability in an all-white sport, there are many icons we have to thank. In this activity you and your child will learn about...
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... color them in to match the sample cloth she has chosen. Once she has colored all four sheets, ask her to glue them onto the poster board, leaving a two-inch...
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... along the far left edge of the ribbons. Hand her the shorter set of ribbons, and help her weave each one in between the horizontal ribbons. Once all the ribbons...
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... needs to cut out. This can be done by measuring the width of the ribbon and comparing it to the width of the entire window. When all the pieces of the curtain are cut...
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... burlap to keep the yarn from slipping out. Follow the above steps with the second color of yarn, and so on. When she's all done, make sure the knots on the...
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... guests that gave him this gift? Maybe he hadn't seen them in awhile. Did they make a long trip to get there? Or, maybe he sees them all the time, and he couldn'...
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.... Julienne (or, cut into very thin strips) all the vegetables as well as ¼ of the Spam. Have your child can combine the flour, water, egg, and salt in a mixing...
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... the same pattern across all four sides of the frame, or choose a different one for each side. Invite him to add images of favorite things, or concepts he learned...
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... the collage however he likes. Cut a piece of poster board (or other thick paper) so that it is at least three inches larger than the collage all the way around...
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... also dress in clothes that she doesn't mind getting a little messy. After she has planned out what she will draw, have her pick out all of the colors needed for...
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... very well. Best of all, once you're done playing, he'll have his circle words down pat. What You Need: Paper Marker Friend...
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... time at all, she'll turn her bathtub or wading pool into the perfect setting for an afternoon of sailing fun and imaginative play. What You Need: Two water...
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... cans, you and your kids can easily craft your own miniature cornhole game that can be played inside or out. Best of all, you won't have to spend a cent&mdash...
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... a thin layer of Mod Podge over the square using your paintbrush and repeat with additional squares all over one side of both card stock pieces. Vary the layout and...
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... four in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal row or all four corners wins the game. To make the boards, lay out a 4 x 4 grid on each sheet of paper. You can find a...
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.... You don’t have to preheat the oven ahead of time. Now it's time to prepare the bain-marie, or water bath, to ensure even and gentle cooking. All you...

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