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.... Taking time to reflect on all the reasons we have to be grateful is something everyone should do. The holiday season is a wonderful time to communicate how...
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..., try asking a grandparent or older relative. Your child can cut the film strips. She can either cut them all to the same, length, or cut them to various lengths...
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... design on the mirror first with pencil and paper, since glass paint cannot be easily erased if she changes her mind. She can paint all over the mirror to make a piece of...
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... of DIY coasters from washi tape and reclaimed tile, then sit back and enjoy a tall, cool drink – all without staining furniture. These DIY coasters are an easy...
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... is Valentine’s Day after all! What You Need: Red or pink paper A black marker Valentine’s Day jelly beans (red, white and pink...
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... to an appropriate length to create the horse’s bridle. Help your child attach it with melted chocolate. Repeat steps 5 through 8 until all of the...
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... creative with a fun 3-D paper art project. Pop-up cards are popular and a Valentine’s Day card is easy to make. All your budding paper engineer needs is a few...
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.... Now it's time to start expanding the hearts. Have her pick one heart and use a different color to create a zig-zaggy band all the way around this...
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... encourages your child to create her own math problems. All you need are index cards to make simple math flash cards and Conversation Hearts to use as markers. Soon your...
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... front of the folded paper.   Next let him cut out the shape with scissors, through all of the folded paper. When he unfolds the paper, he should have four...
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... things to do when St. Patrick's Day rolls around are dress up and learn all about leprechaun lore. Combine the two by creating a simple leprechaun disguise...
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... items. He can now draw the food items in the dishes using the pencil. Have him color in all of the food and dishes using oil pastels. The harder he presses down...
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... children participating. Ask the children if they can list all ten of the plagues. A list of plagues to represent are: Plague of water turning to blood...
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... wire around a plastic Easter egg to see how much you’ll need to go all the way around it a few times (the wire should be thin enough to fit through the beads...
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... create using cotton balls and construction paper. Bumpy, soft and fluffy and even puffy are all perfect ways to characterize this adorable Halloween ghost! What You...
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.... Continue cutting and gluing until all rectangles are adhered in position from top to bottom, small to large. Complete the Christmas tree by having him glue the star...
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... to call her own. All she'll need are a few simple materials and steady hands to create this little bundle of peeping, cheeping fun. What You Need...
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... birdhouse roof and sides. Help your child cut out all the pages from the book, and save them to decorate the birdhouse. You or your child can use the hot glue gun...
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... hopes for the future. One of the most famous ones is in Lam Tsuen in Hong Kong, where people travel from all over the world during Chinese New Year to leave wishes...
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.../body of a princess!  Attach all the body parts together using a pen point to poke small holes for brad clips (it’s best for adults to handle this, but...

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