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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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... cover the cookie sheet to allow the dough to rise until all the pieces are double their original size. Explain to her how yeast helps make the dough rise. Have...
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... it feels elastic, like Play-Doh. Time to add color!  Keep all of the dough one color by adding a few drops of food coloring into the dough as your child...
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... take the eight pieces of cut nylon rope and tie all of the pieces in a knot at one end. Leave a bit of a tassel, about 3 inches, on the end of the rope. Place...
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... that it can have several heads, arms, legs, and other parts.... Use your imaginiation! The first one to get all 6 different body parts on her monster is the winner...
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... perfect to have on hand whenever you need one. All you need are blank cards, paint, and your child's hand to start. Not only will your child get practice...
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... stretching each cotton ball and gluing it into place on the rainbow drawing. Now hang the rainbow on your refrigerator to remind your child (and family!) to eat all...
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..." on three beanbags, "4" on two beanbags, and "5" on one beanbag. Have her place all of her beanbags into a basket. Create a tape line on...
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... this simple math game. For two players, all you need are two sheets of paper, two decks of cards, and some rubber bands for the games to begin. What You...
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.... The paper bag will become the inside lining of your bag, but you should not be able to see it from the outside as the felt should cover all sides of the bag from the...
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... numbers large enough to pop up and be readable on the headband, but not so large they go all the way around your head. Print the numbers, and help your child cut them...
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.... Explain that players who don't have the right cards to form an equation will sit this round out. Then, tell them that all of the players still in...
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... your kid to find all the factors she can for a given target number. math card game, card toss game, multiplication game, third grade game, third grade...
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... to create your own unique Menorah to light up the house at Hanukkah time? All you need is an empty egg carton tray, some paint and some small light bulbs to...
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... her yard at home or school! In this activity, she'll find all the 7-inch long twigs that are lying around, and then weave them into this useful kitchen stand for...
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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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