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Your child will jump at the chance to get messy (under adult supervision, of course) with this project and create some unique home decor that really shines!
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Let your second grader pay homage to an ancient Olympic tradition with this modern day Olympic wreath!
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Here's a fourth grade science craft with lots of benefits: it's good for birds, good for your child's learning, and good for the planet, too.
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Introduce your fourth grader to the concepts of solstices by observing the length of her shadow on the shortest day of the year, compared to other solstices.
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Make this mason jar craft that looks like a glowing snowflake and works like a lantern!
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This paper mache snowman is a unique winter craft for kids. Use this paper mache snowman to show your child the wonders of this three-dimensional art form.
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Make lunch or afternoon snack more memorable your preschooler or pre-kindergartener with these sweet snowflakes snacks.
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Your fourth grader can have fun and get creative this winter by creating a colorful winter weather collage.
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Make a string art tree to celebrate the holiday season with your kid. This string art tree craft allows you make a unique decoration using simple ingredients.
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Prepare your child for winter with a fake igloo and a list of cozy and chilly vocabulary words.
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This adorable activity is a great way to share the Gingerbread Man story with your kid while she practices assemblage.
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Complete with the drippy, glittery shapes that make icicles so popular, this paper project can be hung everywhere from door frames to tabletops.
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Brrrrr! It's chilly outside. Now's the perfect time to create a snow globe. But, don't worry, you don't need glass for this dome.
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Your child can create a special winter headband with the help of some white felt and a length of silver ribbon.
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Here's a sweet holiday recipe to make with your fifth grader: bake scrumptious sugar-dusted chocolate snowballs! Serve them at your next Christmas party.
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Transform your kitchen table into a winter wonderland with a cookie and cocoa party that looks freshly dusted with snow.
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Even if sweet potatoes aren't your kid's favorite, try topping them with fluffy marshmallows -- it will be tough to find a child who can resist!
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Made to humorously resemble reindeer droppings, these simple to make and yummy to eat holiday desserts are destined to become a family favorite.
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Guide your middle schooler through a simple sewing activity to make fleece mittens. Now his hands will be kept warm in the chilly winter weather!
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This year, create cute napkin rings to adorn your holiday table.

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