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... of the box! printable games, games, travel games, hangman, category, easy game, time to kill, thinking, outside the box...
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... and croquet, horseshoes is a classic lawn game that's a perfect family activity for a lazy summer afternoon. Instead of staying in to watch TV or play video games...
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... tagged before he reaches the line, no point is scored. The team with the most points wins! Games, Pool Games, Fun Games, Ball Games, Activities, Outdoor Activities, recycle, summer, tag, capture the flag, swimming...
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..., or combinations thereof. They can decorate their poems with pictures or just use the pictures for inspiration! Remind them that while some poems rhyme, not all of...
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... the edges under, help your child staple the plastic together. Make sure all the staples are facing one side, which will be the bottom. The plastic cover on the...
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... can still partake in all the fun with a few rounds of friendly competition at home. In keeping with Olympic spirit, you can award gold, silver and bronze medals to...
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... fleeting moments as light and seasons changed. For kids, these works of art can be especially fun, because their colors are so vibrant and joyful. This is a...
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... the changing seasons: the Pumpkin Snowman! What You Need: Three small pumpkins, varied in size General craft supplies: pom-poms, yarn, buttons, pipe...
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... during the different seasons of the year. cherry blossom painting, toilet paper roll, recycled craft, Japanese, Japanese cherry blossoms, flower, flower art, toilet paper flowers, sakura, festival...
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...; Mayflower” is based on the ancient games of Mancala or Nim, which require kids to practice logical problem-solving and can strengthen their grasp of...
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..., eye color, and other distinguishing features! On the back of the card, your child can collect and write more information about his pet, for example: games the pet...
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... close was that final prediction to the first one? In the grand and hilarious tradition of classic "telephone games," it's doubtful the message was...
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... math. Here’s an activity that puts them all together for learning and fun. What You Need: Coin jar of loose change Couple of curious kids What...
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... figuring out how to make a go of this backpack thing, don't despair. Parents can make all the difference by showing kids where each thing goes, and helping them return...
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... opportunity to use the all-American colors of red, white, and blue and create a paper craft to really get in the spirit. What You Need: White...
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...) Pencil Tempera paint   What You Do: Have your child name off all of the different patterns she can imagine. Hand her a pencil and...
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... normally associate with angles. Tree branches are a great place find acute and obtuse angles, and corners of the house all make perfect right angles. Print her...
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... education, but it's true: math is all around us. You can try this simple activity with your child to get him thinking about the real world math you use everyday...
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... numbers and fractions! Learning factors can be a bit tough, especially given all the different numbers that can be attached to multiple numbers as factors. This game...
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.... Combine all the ingredients and mix well. Pour in the lemon (or lime) juice. Mix until all ingredients are combined. Salt and pepper to taste. For...

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