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... to fold a sheet of red paper in half three times and draw a poppy on the outside surface of the folded-up paper. Once she cuts out the poppy she drew she'll...
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... traditional Kakizome, ink was rubbed with the first water taken from a well on New Year’s Day—marker ink is fine for modern times! He can give his...
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... to meet Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Ben Franklin, and more, all at her own dinner table! What You Need: Family members and friends American...
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... the table upside-down. Decorate the bottom of it using markers – write Happy New Year!, or have the kids draw their favorite memory from the year. Do the same...
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... green liquid watercolor paint Glitter Glue Pen Protective table covering What You Do: Lay out a protective covering on your table—you&rsquo...
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... around! Here’s a craft that supports this kind of social studies learning. It also happens to reuse household materials and create a very attractive table...
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... your map onto the bulletin board, and set it in the center of the table. Give each adult at the table a pile of pins in a different color. Start by helping...
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... your child draw, in pencil, an outline of a figure sitting in a chair next to a table with flowers on it. Have him draw a different pattern for each section...
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... Crayons Scissors Pencil case Masking tape Table What You Do: Have your child rip strips of masking tape, placing one end of each strip along the...
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... Spray adhesive Small bowl Epson salts Glitter Table salt Vase What You Do: Help your child lay out the newspaper to keep your work surface clean...
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... historic theme, we've got three games that came from colonial times--and we think are still great fun today! Play these Pilgrim games with your kids before or after the...
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...;food items commonly found around the table on Thanksgiving. Some examples we came up with include:  turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, and...
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... drawn on the driveway. Hop ten feet. Skip across the room. Drop and catch a bounced ball 15 times in a row. Balance on one foot for ten seconds. Cut a...
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... him with the crown. When he behaves badly, remind him that he won't get to wear his crown until he's good. If desired, you can keep track of how many times...
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... life as a preschooler can be frustrating. You've probably told your child many times to "use your words" rather than hit a friend over the head with a toy...
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... your child discover the beautiful results that can be achieved by folding tissue paper multiple times before cutting it. She will love this artsy introduction to a...
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...” lengths of scrap yarn, and fold in half. Tie off your tassel at the folded end, and glue tie to one point of the star. Repeat Step 16 four times, until you...
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... clockwise a couple of times and position the shells to create a flower pattern. Next, ask your child to string beads in desired color patterns. Once there are enough...
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... her own. Flavoring and coloring butter, then molding it in pats and arranging it in an artful display will enable your child to connect to Colonial times in a unique...
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... The samurai were the military nobility of Japan in feudal times. The most important part of their armor was the helmet, called kabuto, which was often shaped in...

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