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... decorating encourage growing creativity and help kids develop those all-important fine motor skills. The spiders make adorable wall and table decorations, or a...
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... oven. Use a table knife to loosen the muffins from the pan. Transfer them to a wire rack to cool. Father's day gift, bake dad muffins, bran muffins, baking with your kids, easy muffins, healthy muffins...
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...: Help your child to set up a still life in the center of a table using fruit, vegetables, bottles, books, potted plants or toys. The still life should have at...
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... -- it will be tough to find a child who can resist taking at least a bite. This dish is a festive addition to any holiday table and packs a good supply of vitamins...
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... as a companion at the dinner table to encourage eating yummy veggies and fruits! Helpful Tip: A folded paper towel square or thimble can help save discomfort on...
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... cross-stitch fabric can also be stapled into an old picture frame with an easel back if there is space to place the organizer on a dresser, dressing table, or night...
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... PB&J out of the sack lunch and onto the breakfast table with this fun, tasty pancake recipe. What You Need: 1 ½ cups all-purpose flour 3...
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..., plastic jewels, etc.) What You Do: Have your child take out the cupcake papers and place them on a table. Flatten them out so they make a circle. Ask your...
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... fun part; most kids love this hands-on, slightly messy activity. Have her sit down at a table and inspect her pencil shavings to see what they remind her of...
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... succeed. What You Need: Deck of cards What You Do: Shuffle the deck and place one card face down on a table. Ask your child to turn the...
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... a 3 x 3 square. The remaining deck should be face down on the table. Have her cover face cards that she dealt by placing fresh cards from the deck face up right...
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... on the table. Whoever announces the the correct product, (answer), aloud first, wins both cards. If there’s a tie, both players can keep their cards. Players...
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... cutting board or thick section of newspaper on your table to use as a cutting surface. Make cuts around the outline of each shape by drawing the knife toward you&mdash...
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... alphabet is given a decimal number value, with all vowels sharing the value of a nickel (.05). Let the counting begin! Have everyone gather around a table, pen, paper...
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... the table. Poke a hole into the ping-pong ball with an ice pick and then have your child work the straw into the hole and secure it with glue. Cut a 6"...
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... engages children in an indoor art project. Place it on a dining table, mantel, along a walkway, or give it to a loved one! What You Need: Mason jar Black...
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... easiest way to do this is to press the cone against a table top. Have your child punch a hole into the top of the cone and thread a piece of yarn through. Tie off...
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...;for a more visually interesting wreath. Cover the table with newspaper for easy cleanup, and then have your child glue some glitter to the stars to make them pop...
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.... Open the cupcake papers and flatten them out on a table. Use your hole punch to m ake a small hole in the center of each cupcake paper. Experiment...
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... triangles on the table. Let him stick only the summer words into the side of the Styrofoam circle. As he places each "sunbeam" into the circle, quiz...

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