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... metallic circles into the design. They can be used as animal eyes or as part of the background design. Carefully glue down all of the objects onto the Toran. Allow the...
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.... Cut out all three pieces of your puppet from the poster board. Attach the arm pieces to the body using the brads; one brad will join the hand and elbow piece to...
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... all the cheese has been coated. Invite your child to put the cheese in the freezer for at least 4 hours or overnight. Now she can pre-heat the oven to 400...
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... cooking. Summer is all about fresh fruits and vegetables from the garden! Your 5th grader can take advantage of the bountiful tomatoes during summer to chop her way...
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... other colors. Now have add the second most common color, then the third, etc. When you are all finished, have a discussion with your child about how each drawing...
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... scrunched-up fabric piece onto that spot of glue. Hold the fabric in place until it feels tightly glued to the cardboard. Let her repeat steps #4 and 5 for all...
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... boat is ready to carry all kinds of objects across wide bodies of water! paper boat, homemade boat, egyptian boat, cardboard, boat...
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...These plastic bottle dolls are as unique as all the different people in the world, and give your child practice with crafting and pretend play. Want to give your...
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...Make homemade fruit leather with your child, from all natural ingredients and minimal sugar, for a fun, healthy treat that will teach kids how to cook! This healthy...
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..., and press the bent craft wire into the glue so the loop sticks up over the top of the charm. Repeat steps 8-10 for all of your charms. Let the glue to dry...
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...Stay warm during the winter my making this sweater mug cozy. This winter craft is good for kids of all ages and makes a cute DIY cozy for drinks. Everyone needs to...
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.... This is a conker! Repeat with the other chestnuts until they're all attached to a string. How to Play: Have one player hold a conker by the...
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... colors will be. Once one layer dries, he can always go back and add another layer to darken it. Now he can add hills and mountains, making sure to paint all the...
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... out of a few toothpicks and plenty of colorful string. According to folklore, these Guatemalan worry dolls will bear all your burdens and help you get a good night...
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... weather might change above the pond surface. Not all frogs live near ponds. Where do you think these frogs might go to spend the winter? How do you think frogs...
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...: Supply your child with all the materials for building a pillow fort and let his imagination take the lead! A good place to start is with a couch or dining room chairs...
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...;s filled in all of the details, he can draw a hoof print or paw print. (In the hospital, new babies often get foot or hand prints taken!) He can also draw a picture...
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... from the construction paper. The squares should all be about the same size, but the actual dimensions don’t matter. Just make sure that the squares are at...
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... the glue dries, have your child use a pen to write 10 in the smallest circle, 8 in the next smallest -- all the way down in multiples of two. Have your child glue...
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... record his observations after he steps out of the bucket. Continue until your child has tested out all the tubs, including the soapy water one. Review your...

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