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... different colors several times, and then move on to a second, third, or even fourth line. Set aside to dry. Add some fun (and learning) into your list of fall...
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... What You Do: Have your child fold the white paper in half and cut along the fold line. Ask him to fold both pieces of white paper three times each...
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... total of three times. Take each fishing wire with the straw and the shells (there should be three) and tie a knot on the ends. Take the other end and string it...
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... the flower out of the construction paper and set it aside. Encourage her to fold two sheets of construction paper in half two times. With the paper folded, show...
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... problem, such as “Three times eight!” Your child should then jump as quickly as possible onto the number that is the correct answer to the problem you...
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... originated during Roman times? Sometimes liquor, such as wine or vodka, is used instead of water. sorbet, recipe, homemade, fresh fruit, summer snacks, blueberries, blueberry...
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... rubber bands print onto the paper. Slowly lift the cardboard rubber band drawing to expose the print underneath. Print as many times as you like! Allow...
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... container with white paint. Have your child dip a frozen waffle into the paint, and press it onto the bottom of the blue paper. Repeat this two more times for two more...
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... cut two 3" pieces of craft wire. Using needle-nosed pliers, turn one end of each wire into a loop and twist it around a few times to secure it. Have...
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... each sheet has been folded 3 to 4 times. Have her use the pair of scissors to gingerly make small cuts in the paper, being careful not to completely cut any...
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... traditional Kakizome, ink was rubbed with the first water taken from a well on New Year’s Day—marker ink is fine for modern times! He can give his...
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.... How many times did she do the first activity? Have her draw a bar for that on the graph that reaches to the appropriate number. Repeat, using a different...
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... the previous one. Fold each square in half two times. Have your child cut around the corners of each square fold. These cuts will become your lotus flower...
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... times. Have her draw a heart on the top of the folded paper. Let her use scissors to cut the heart out. Make sure she cuts through all of the folded sheets. When...
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... trace this heart five or six times on other sheets of paper. Have her cut out all of the traced hearts. Help her arrange the hearts in a circle to create the base...
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...: Help your child choose an inspirational quote. Using the pencil and paper, have her practice writing the whole quote a few times so that it will look great...
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... will disappear with the first wave. Build too far back, though, and you’ll have to dig forever to reach the water table (the spot where water seeps up from...
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... get out their safety scissors and pencils. Stand the milk carton up on the table. Use a pencil (and ruler if needed) to draw a straight line at the top of each of...
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...= 11, queens= 12, kings= 13, and aces = 1. Have him look at the bottom card and memorize it. Tell him to place the deck on the center of the table and turn...
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... paper, by “rubbing” a crayon across a piece of paper that’s on top of an unusual texture. Sit your child down at a table with the stack of...

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