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... Lamb. Help your child write the solfege names for the notes on the music. The first note in the song is mi, so when she writes out all of the solfege names it...
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... in different sizes. Once a paper handle is attached to the finished cone, you've got the perfect portable storage space for all kinds of delicious ...
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... needle back the other way through a different hole in the last button, re-string all the buttons, then tie a double knot. Now, he should take the reserved...
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... it through the holes. Tie a square knot with the loose ends, and you're all done!  Take the bullroarer outside, grip the handle firmly and twirl the sounding...
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... tree together. Glue the tree top to the trunk, and your growth chart is all done. Pick a good spot to hang it up. Before taping, test the wall surface to ensure...
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... take one strip of paper at a time, dip it into the papier-mâché paste, and wrap it around the armature. Repeat until all the newspaper is covered. Set...
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... what before she starts gluing. That way, she can see how it all looks and move things around as she sees fit. Now start gluing! Make sure your glue gun is hot...
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... absorbed all of the liquid. Let the quinoa stand in the pot for 5 minutes, then fluff with a fork. In a large skillet, melt the butter over medium heat...
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... natural inclination for gardening. After all, what could be more fun for kids than digging in the dirt? But once those seeds start growing, it can be pretty difficult to...
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... boxes, ask your child to go ahead and wash them out. Remind him that it's important that all the boxes are completely clean. Ask him to fill each box with potting...
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... multiple Fireflies. The game isn’t over until they’ve all been caught and put in the bug box (for a time out)! first grade game, tag, firefly tag, firefly...
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... your preschooler to craft her own "critter dice"—cute, six-sided, animal-themed dice. All it takes are two two single-serving milk or juice cartons...
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.... Sit with your child and together carefully observe all of the shapes and colors you see inside the glass. Some of the whites may actually be gray or yellow, and the...
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...;re all finished, put some bracelets and hair bands around the tube, piling them up towards the top. The base of the paper plate or bowl is also convenient for...
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.... Once the rocket ship is all decorated, use it in some imaginary game play! For extra fun, make some mini marshmallow poppers. They're the perfect alien...
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... stick.  Frame your wild beast and put it on display for all to visit! Fun Fact: Before photography was invented, it was very popular for people to hire...
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... the recipe for his Gourmet S’mores. This fun writing activity gives him practice writing out steps in a clear and understandable way. When he's all done...
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... circles behind the glasses’ circles for the lenses. Now the glasses are all done and ready to wear. Take him on a walk outside in the sun to show off his...
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... him glue all the colored squares and rectangles on the poster board. On one shape, help him draw two thermometers - one to show a hot temperature and the other...
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... lip all the way to the chin Both of her ears She can now cut out each of these parts. She may require a bit of help from mom or dad to cut...

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