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... large, but this is fine—they'll enjoy wearing them all the same. Smooth plaster with the back of a spoon if necessary. Let the plaster of Paris harden for...
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... paper from the fabric. The wax from the fabric crayons will have melted into the fabric and the heat will have set the color. Fabric crayons are available at all...
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... a picture with a simple shape will be easier to make. A flower, a heart or a star will all work well. Trace the cardboard tube on a piece of scrap paper so...
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.... Have your child thread the plastic needle using one of the pre-cut strings. Encourage her to push the needle through one side of the orange, all the way...
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... 8 from a 6 or a 3 and the straight line of a 1 from a 7. Turn this tough task into a game where observation pays off. What You Need: 4 envelopes all...
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... parent, you most likely know all too well that orphaned socks seem to constantly appear and go missing when you least expect them to. Here's a way to put those...
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...;s at it. All you need are dog biscuits, dice, and a timer to help your preschooler understand some fundamental math concepts. This game is best played with at least...
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... counting up to the number her beanbag landed on, pick up her beanbag and hop back, calling out the numbers along the way. Continue until all of the kids have a turn...
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... What You Do: Clean and thoroughly dry the baby food jar, ensuring that all smells and any glue from the label are removed. If your child chooses to paint...
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...) lengthwise inside the can against the other long side, and secure it in the same way. The candles and tube should all fit quite snugly. Light the candles and place the...
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...Create a potato cannon and have a blast watching the potatoes go flying with your child, all in the name of science. Your child will love playing with his food to...
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..., under a jar, and between two jars. Encourage him to keep going until all of the labels are in fitting places. Now it’s time to play with the blocks. What...
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...;this targeting game. All you need is a flashlight and a handheld mirror and you're ready to go! What You Need: A bright flashlight A handheld...
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... done, talk about your answers. You may all be impatient to check right and wrong, but an important math standard is “reasoning”—the ability to track...
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... over the bottle. Whoever ends up with the most points after all the rings are tossed is the winner! math, games, preschool, kindergarten, first grade, recycle, homemade, arts and crafts...
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... the I Spy sheet. Once she finds all the pictures on the sheet, she wins! Once she has become familiar with the pictures, make the game more challenging by...
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... together insert a toothpick all the way through from the top. Add two toothpicks as arms. Use a small amount of clay to create eyes and a nose. Create a hat and...
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... similar to the letter Z? After he paints all the stripes, help him paint a large letter Z at the top of the page. Set the painting aside to dry. Hang his...
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... of modeling clay and paint. For kids who love all things fantasy, this is the perfect art project; it's sure to spark their imaginations and get their creativity...
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... side of a grocery bag and cut all the way up one side. Ask your child to open the bag up and make as many accordion folds as possible, making sure that the folds are...

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