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Set up a fun guessing game for your curious kindergartener, one that will test her ability to use all five of her senses.
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Get ready for Halloween with a pumpkin mask! When he dons the finished mask, all his friends will squeal with Halloween-y delight.
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Hone observational skills and introduce the basics of data interpretation with this data gathering activity all about the different colors people wear.
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Rhymes are all around us! Get your kid in on this game of simple rhyming words. She'll match up cards with rhyming words and pictures on them.
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With a newspaper, highlighter, and some fun extra prizes, you can help your first grader start lifetime reading habits with print all around us.
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Whether your child wants to be a cowboy or a princess, this homemade horse prop is perfect to use in all sorts of imaginative play!
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Your child can commemorate the best Halloween candy of all time using foam sheets to give your little monster a little practice tracing triangular shapes.
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Stuck inside on a rainy day? Teach your child a classic kid's game: Five Stones. All you need are five stones and a flat surface.
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All it takes is some colored felt fabric, a needle, thread, and a few beads and your daughter can make decorative felt pinwheels!
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Help you child burn his very own CD with all of his favorite color songs to create a compilation album that is truly one of a kind.
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Your little one can welcome the reindeer with an adorable reindeer portrait all while learning the difference between small, medium and large.
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Would your child like to learn about a hidden world? All she needs to do is open her box of markers!
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Your child can count out six pumpkins or six crayons, but what is a six all by itself? ThatÃs a much harder concept to grasp.
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Check out these fun toothpick puzzles that are easy to set up and will give your kid an opportunity to practice all-important spatial reasoning skills.
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Check out this simple version of a pairs game that's played all over the world. It's a great way to practice estimating and predicting mathematical outcomes.
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Practicing letters and words by writing them out is all well and good, but spelling out your practice words with old puzzle pieces is a lot more fun!
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Create a unique and colorful Mother's Day gift that Mom can use all year. Upcycle a tea tin by wrapping it with Washi tape!
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Coffee filter snowflakes are an easy winter craft and a good way to involve children of all ages in holiday decorating.
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Celebrate all your wonderful tongue taste buds with a giant paper tongue project -- you'll even get to decorate it with actual pieces of candy!
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A strong vocabulary helps your little one with all school subjects. With this scrambled words game, he won't mind brushing up on vocab and learning new words.

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