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... Green construction paper for stems Tissue paper in various colors for petals 1 sheet of black, brown (or any other color you like!) construction paper for the table...
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... are also inspiration for dance and art. Then, lay out a protected work surface, such as a table covered with newspaper, and set up a couple of coordinating colors of...
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..., considered the father of the modern periodic table, arranged the known elements of the 1800’s, in rows and columns by similar chemical and physical properties. What...
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... of thick black wool, one for each player Room or patio space with enough room for at least 6 kids to clamber around Chairs or fence posts or table legs on which...
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...This cake makes the perfect hideout for leprechaun treasure. When it's time to eat, everyone at the table pulls a ribbon to see if there's gold on the other end...
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... Sugar Paper cups What You Do: Setting Up Your Lemonade Stand: A sturdy table Bright fabric or a tablecloth to cover the table Sturdy paper...
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... her chosen color. Have her carefully knot the three strings together about an inch or so down from the top. Place the knotted strings on a table or other hard...
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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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... some pumpkins. This 3-D paper pumpkin is the perfect adornment for any fall table. Your child will love making a variety of these colorful pumpkins to...
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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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... 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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... paint (tempera or acrylic) Paper or plastic plate Paper (white, newspaper, or brown wrapping paper) 50+ pennies Table or any flat surface What You Do...
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... to meet Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Ben Franklin, and more, all at her own dinner table! What You Need: Family members and friends American...
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... end to keep the air from escaping. Stretch the balloon over the top of the spool. Set the hovercraft on a level surface (table top, floor, etc) and let go of the...
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... string. Attach each one to a table leg or a chair. Use a yardstick to measure 20 5” intervals (a total of 100 inches), and mark them clearly with a sharpie pen...
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... the table upside-down. Decorate the bottom of it using markers – write Happy New Year!, or have the kids draw their favorite memory from the year. Do the same...
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... green liquid watercolor paint Glitter Glue Pen Protective table covering What You Do: Lay out a protective covering on your table—you&rsquo...
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... around! Here’s a craft that supports this kind of social studies learning. It also happens to reuse household materials and create a very attractive table...
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... your map onto the bulletin board, and set it in the center of the table. Give each adult at the table a pile of pins in a different color. Start by helping...

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