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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by making personalized art out of some Celtic letters.
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Help your child compose an alphabet poem about the season, and have her practice letters while awakening her creative writing skills, too!
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... penning the letters D-A-D on a large piece of paper. Go through family photos together and choose a variety of pics that represent dad and your family. Create a...
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... to write out the letters of their names in the same manner. Lay the cards out in an open space, where they can easily be seen. Encourage him to find words...
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... there are different types of letters that people can write to one another. There are friendly or personal letters, business letters, cover letters, memos, thank you...
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... American beadwork. As you talk about patterns, have your child use the pencil to draw her name in large block letters. The letters should be big enough to fill...
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... nor the tape show. Use the pencil to write the oversized letters and, if desired, the corresponding numbers on each tile. With the black marker, color over the...
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... tightly. Time to decorate. Make sure you know your Hebrew letters! Have each child paint the sides of the carton any way they wish. Feel free to use the colors closely...
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... letters or writing a special message for him such as “I love you, Dad!” This craft also gives you and your child an excuse to have a fun photo session to...
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... shapes and letters if you cut it with fun cookie cutters. It's the most "fruitful" activity we can think of! What You Need: 1 pound of any berries...
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... for, and the year it was made. She can use a marker to write the label directly on the lid or cut out letters to glue on top. Now she can decorate the rest of the...
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... to space the names out enough so that the list runs the full length of the paper. On the right hand side of the paper you will then list the letters A through G (or...
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... children who struggle with starting to write, or those who can't form the letters fast enough, this activity can do wonders for their language arts skills...
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... your child write "Recycling Rules" in big, bold letters. Use the ruler to draw a straight line right down the middle of the poster. Have your child...
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... enjoys, such as talking on the phone, playing outside, and dressing as she chooses. Now, show your child how to design her name by forming the letters out of the words...
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.... Have your child trace over the letters in the word that spell its abbreviation. For example, in the word Mister, she would trace over the capital M and the r...
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... the frame, you can spray paint it a bright color. Once it’s reattached, your child can decorate it along the outside with buttons, wooden letters and other...
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.... Letters are a great way for him to keep in touch with loved ones and practice his writing! If your child isn’t sure how to write one, this easy project will lay...
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... your child gets the hang of it, he might even want to experiment with different letters and shapes to make his own stencils. What You Need: This template...
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... does the Easter bunny know whose house to visit? Unlike with Santa Claus, kids don’t mail him letters, or leave him milk and cookies. These hanging carrots...

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