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... colors for his caterpillar and will laugh as he thinks of all the foods his caterpillar ate to turn those colors. This activity will help build excitement about...
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... chosen at a big party on January 5th. But you don’t need to wait all twelve days to crown your royalty! If you want to choose your royals as the French do, bake a...
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... to apply craft glue to the entire top surface of the star. Show your child how to place one tissue paper square over the star, covering all points, and pressing...
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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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..., nutmeg, baking soda, and salt (the dry ingredients) together in another bowl. Slowly incorporate the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients until it’s all mixed...
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... where he is. Whoever goes all the way around the house (game board) first wins! Helpful Tip: For older players, use multiplication. The highest...
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..., all exercises that will help your child hone his fine motor skills. What You Need: Tape measure (sewing tape measures work best) Ruler Construction...
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... crushed ice 1/2 cup vanilla yogurt 1 tablespoon honey Blender Straws Red fruits (strawberries, raspberries, cherries) Cranberry, apple, or grape juice (or all...
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... the planet, and the planet has not been colored in yet by another player. When all the planets have been named, each player should count the number of...
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... = 21). All you need to do to "guess" your child's total is add up the numbers on the dice facing upwards and subtract the sum ...
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... thick. After all of the strips are cut, lay them flat on the table. Ask your child to write down on each piece of paper one word, phrase, or sentence about...
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... over rice. Back then, Monday was laundry day, and women could leave the pot on the stove to simmer all day unattended while they washed clothes. This recipe...
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... around the base to secure it. String a second shell and twist the wire around the base and continue doing this until all five shells are strung. Twist the wire...
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...;all while designing an imaginative set of counting cards. Use these holiday-inspired cards with your child as a colorful learning tool to reinforce her budding...

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