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... Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and Divali have in common? All four of these religions celebrate a winter festival using flames! Here’s a fun way to commemorate any...
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... design a Christmas card, making sure to thank the person for all they do. Now she can cut out several petals from the red tissue paper and attach the petals to the...
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...Practice finding the mean, or average, and median of different data sets in this math card game. All you need is a deck of cards, a score sheet and a pencil, and...
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...We've all seen the horrifying newscasts of oil-soaked birds, and volunteers trying to clean up the mess. In this experiment, your child will chart the effects of...
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... with the decorations, but see if you can keep them in the Hanukkah theme. Try all blue sprinkles, or blue M&M’s. When the decorating is done, take some...
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... your child loves fruit snacks, but you're a little worried about the health aspect of those tasty store-bought treats, then this project is for you! We all know...
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... it with "gold" of all sorts. From foil covered chocolate coins to handmade gold pieces, use this St. Patrick's Day original as a fun family centerpiece...
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... better way is there to introduce another culture to your child than by way of music? Throughout West Africa, the djembe (pronounced JEM-bay) drum is played at all...
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... healthy snack will keep little hands busy and little stomachs full on this important national holiday. All you need to begin are graham crackers, peanut butter, and a...
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... small pot: Combine the milk, sugar, cornstarch and vanilla and bring to a boil. Stir well all the while. In your bowl with the lightly beaten eggs, stir in a...
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... play outside and enjoy nature all while learning her colors. What You Need: Card stock or other sturdy paper (index cards work well too) Scissors...
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... noticed that the number "100" is a star feature of the math curriculum. By the end of kindergarten your child should be able to recite all numbers from 1...
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...? Conduct a weeklong experiment to see what the birds in your backyard like to eat. Once you know that, all it takes is a little detective work to figure out which...
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... inch apart at the top of each coupon. Have him stack all the coupons on top of each other, making sure the holes all line up. Invite him to thread one length...
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... famous of all - The Cat in the Hat. What better way to embrace the world of Dr. Seuss than to dress up like one of his classic characters? This accessory making activity...
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... list, to write a poem about his city. Her poem may have just a few rhyming lines (like the one by Hughes), or it could have all rhyming lines, or no rhyming lines...
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... the plants you'll grow are not only edible, but are actually the herbs that taste best on pizza! After all of the plants are in the pot or planter, fill in...
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... of a story that would use all of these words. You may suggest that he starts by writing one paragraph that incorporates each word. For example, the first...
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...: turn family photos into a sturdy flash card game! After a few rounds of family flash cards, he's sure to have all those names and faces sorted out. What You...
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... space by placing the drop cloth on the ground outside, then spread the bed sheet flat on top. This way you can have fun working outside without getting the canvas all...

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