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... needle back the other way through a different hole in the last button, re-string all the buttons, then tie a double knot. Now, he should take the reserved...
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... it through the holes. Tie a square knot with the loose ends, and you're all done!  Take the bullroarer outside, grip the handle firmly and twirl the sounding...
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... take one strip of paper at a time, dip it into the papier-mâché paste, and wrap it around the armature. Repeat until all the newspaper is covered. Set...
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... favorite friends! Invite your child to create invitations to send to her friends inviting them to afternoon tea! This way your child, and all her friends, can enjoy...
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...Turn all those pine cones hanging out around your yard into a special centerpiece to display during your next holiday gathering! Pine cone centerpieces make for a...
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... paper bags to create one-of-a kind stockings! This is a great activity to keep the kids entertained. And, it's a great project to use up all those bits and scraps of...
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... hand made cards are sure to spread holiday cheer to all who receive them. Christmas crafts, holiday crafts, kid's crafts, homemade greeting cards...
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... for imagery and motifs that may provide inspiration. Once she has rewritten the words to all 12 days, ask her to make copies of the song and pass them out to every...
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... detergent on his tinfoil. Encourage your third-grader to use a big brush to evenly distribute the black paint mixed together with the dishwashing detergent all...
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... coating until all the filling is used up, alternating the coatings as you go. Get creative with coatings! Try a cinnamon sugar mixture, coconut (chopped fine in a...
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... walk in a circle around the chairs. When the music stops, each player must find a seat and sit down in it -- but since you only have enough for all except one, there...
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... with him: Pecos Bill, John Henry, and Paul Bunyan are great places to start, and their stories are all available in book form at your local library. When you're...
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... What You Do: Let your preschooler paint all exterior sides of a paper lunch sack with blue paint. Set aside to dry. Draw a three by four inch rectangle...
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... Ikebana recognized as a true art form, it's practiced and celebrated all around the world today. Your child will learn more about this special tradition while...
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... spatula until they are all evenly coated with the egg white, which encourages her fine motor skills! It’s time to get sugared! Offer your child some...
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.... Your child can repurpose and recycle a used can into a useful compost bucket! Composting is turning all your fruit and vegetable bits into healthy fertilizer for your...
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... stitch line directly onto the fabric. Use the marker to draw a line ½ inch from the edge on all four sides of one fabric square (see photo).   2...
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... brewing? Your child can learn more about earth science as well as meteorology through learning how to make a weathervane! All that’s needed are materials you...
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... deep red. Strain the red water over a medium saucepan, collecting all that wonderful red water! Your child can hold the strainer while an adult pours the hot...
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... her spring spring roll ingredients! She can use all her favorite fresh veggies, such as cabbage, carrots, and cucumber! Offer your child a paring knife to cut...

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