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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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... 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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...This storytelling and creative writing activity is a fun way to engage your child in general and personal history. All you have to do is start a story with &ldquo...
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... degrees Fahrenheit. The dried okra can be coated with the milk and then tossed in the bag and given a good shake, making sure all the okra has been covered. Have...
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... lots good healthy stuff and your child can transform them into something to enjoy for breakfast or after school. And, instead of shredding all those carrots, she can...
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... pencil to write down all her ideas. Now she can do some research online or at your local library on the process of dehydration. Originally, the sun was used to...
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... the 100th day of school with this DIY t-shirt! This milestone day is important for early learners, and this hands-on craft will remind them of all that they’ve...
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...;s number sense by counting all of the daffodils you see. springtime, spring, Earth Day, daffodils, flowers, painting crafts, arts and crafts, Kindergarten, recycled crafts...
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... recognition while making a bright and cheery crab decoration fit for any window or ocean scene. All you need are a few basic art supplies and a little time. What You Need...
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... all the cheese has been coated. Invite your child to put the cheese in the freezer for at least 4 hours or overnight. Now she can pre-heat the oven to 400...
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... cooking. Summer is all about fresh fruits and vegetables from the garden! Your 5th grader can take advantage of the bountiful tomatoes during summer to chop her way...
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... other colors. Now have add the second most common color, then the third, etc. When you are all finished, have a discussion with your child about how each drawing...
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... scrunched-up fabric piece onto that spot of glue. Hold the fabric in place until it feels tightly glued to the cardboard. Let her repeat steps #4 and 5 for all...
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... is hot; she could use a stick or pencil end to press the vine to the hot glue. Keep gluing and wrapping vine onto glue all the way to the jar top, turning the...
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... felt so they match up evenly and stay in place. Sew both pieces of felt together along the edges. Sew through the orange foam beak all the way to the edge of the...
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... or less. She may want to fill the bottle all the way to the top with beans, or stop at a halfway point, whichever look she prefers. Cut and tie a pretty ribbon...

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