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... look different all around the world! Before starting on the scroll, encourage her to practice writing some words in English and then writing them in Japanese...
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...Celebrate the spirit of Halloween by creating your own magical witch card that stands up all by itself! This Halloween card is fit for the scary sorcerer in your...
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... all kinds of creepy crawlers. This is a great project to create after a trip to the zoo or while learning about science. This variation on finger painting will be a...
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...;fingers" of the hand. Some of them should overlap the thumb, but all should go under the fingers. Help your child glue down the thumb and the stems from the...
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..., including the clothing, chair, tablecloth and flowers. He can now paint all of these patterns using different colors for each section. Each pattern should be completely...
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... animals and work them into a piece of art. Her work can be ½ drawing, ½ leaves or all leaves, the choice is hers to make. What You Need: Leaves...
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... back of one of the large hearts. Secure it with clear tape. Repeat this for all three hearts. Next, take the folded white paper (your zigzag accordion card) and...
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... olive oil mixture. Next, ask her to dredge the chicken strip in the breadcrumb mixture, making sure all sides are well-coated. Lay the strip on a nonstick baking...
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... a cup of hot cocoa. Feel free to add any additional vegetables you have on hand—carrots, red bell peppers, corn, zucchini, and yellow squash all work well in...
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... variety breaded baked chicken. Best of all, it's simple enough that the kids can help, too! What You Need: ½ cup sweet rice flour 1 teaspoon salt...
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... translucent. Remove the pan from the heat and let it cool to room temperature. In a large bowl, stir together all of the ingredients, except the beef and cheese. Mix...
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... a guideline, your child can make a larger set by drawing around those shapes about half an inch wider all the way around. Have him cut those out and set them aside...
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... weather. This may be a good time to introduce the definition of a horizon line, which is a line that separates the sky from the grass. She can now color in all of...
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..., or they can all be the same size. Let her take the lead. Encourage her to paint the domes using gold and a variety of jewel tones. Let them dry. Now it's time...
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... printing until her design is complete. Finally, follow the directions on the fabric paint to set the paint. When the tablecloth is all done, put it on your...
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... flowers. Draw additional stems and petals to collage onto the final painting. Cut all flowers, stems and petals out of the painted paper. Either fold the blank...
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...This sweet and tangy homemade barbecue sauce is a great way to introduce kids to the culinary arts. Your child can learn all about the barbecue business by making...
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... middle of one set of legs, just over halfway through the head. Do not cut all the way through the head. Paint both octopus body’s front and back. Allow them...
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...Created from felt, these easy-to-make stockings are sure to keep all treats nice and cozy for Christmas morning. This no-sew Christmas stocking helps you celebrate...
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...Celebrate spring with a cute cut-out bug button your child can make out of colorful felt and markers! Spring is here and your child can learn all about the bugs...

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