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... whatever scraps you have on hand. She can then finish sewing the slice closed and tie off the thread. Once she’s closed off the stitch, she’ll be all...
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... yogurt container can also provide great marker and crayon storage. Let your child decorate the empty container all around with washi tape. You can help him cut...
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... paint Pencil What You Do: Ask your child to paint water all over the watercolor paper using a brush. It should be wet, but not soaked with water. While...
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... roots. She can also decorate the outside of the soil ball by plastering moss all around it. Finally, she’ll wrap her twine around the ball several times to...
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... your child read the planting directions that accompany each plant. General directions are also listed below. All the herbs listed above grow in areas of full sun...
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... truffle mixture.  Working as quickly as possible, help him shape each scoop of mixture into an egg and place it on a plate. Repeat steps 6 and 7 until all...
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.... She can add more vinegar if the mixture needs more thinning. Have her stir all the ingredients together. Provide some rubber stamps (the kind usually used with...
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... list is finished, the child can work on the poster by drawing a picture of each villain, writing the villain’s name, and then copying all the other information...
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... story of Israelites being freed from Egyptian slavery. The Seder plate is a specific arrangement of foods which are all symbolic to the ritual. In this activity, your...
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...Your child can create a toy soap sure to provide bath time fun for himself or, when given as a gift, a friend! Not all soaps are created equal – some simply...
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..., the width is how wide it is from side to side, the depth is how deep it is front to back, the circumference is its measurement all the way around, the weight is how...
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... heavy to light, weigh each item and record the results. Once all of the items have been weighed, look at the numbers. Are there any surprises?  What items...
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... shape an elm leaf? A tulip tree leaf? A sassafras leaf? Expand on this activity by making orange and yellow dough, scenting it with all spice or cloves...
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... write nice and big (capital letters approximately 1 inch tall) so that your kid has plenty of space to work. When you're all done, it's time to engage ...
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... fun fruit picking activity. All you need are paper, crayons and brightly colored pompoms. What You Need: Large sheet of plain paper Crayons...
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... tape each onto two stacked blocks. After you have labeled all of the blocks, mix them up and then call in your young learner. Take her someplace in your home...
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... take toward better understanding our world. In this activity we'll be focusing on the three main environments where you can find all life on Earth...
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.... Armed Forces. You may have to look back at your family tree to remember all of them. Have him write their names on the front facing loops. Hang the flag on a...
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... symbol of a crescent moon with a star is an ancient one. Dating all the way back to early Palestine in the 13th century B.C., the star was a reference to Venus and the...
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... the yarn through all of the holes. Tape the final piece of yarn to the back of the pumpkin. Ask him to draw the jack-o'-lantern face on the yellow...

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