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... make lots and lots of lines, and was the driving artist behind the op art movement. Your child can make lines that will amaze her eyes, and learn more about the op...
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This trick uses vertical and horizontal forces to help your child to push apart your hands apart, no matter how hard you try to keep them together!
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Make interesting art and learn about shapes, lines and patterns by using spaghetti noodles.
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Develop your kindergartener's fine motor skills while tracing shadows on a sunny day with this fun kindergarten activity.
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Bring the crisscrossing lines of highways and the sprawling webs of metropolitan cities to your dinner table!
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This flower necklace will have your child practicing patterns, repetition and tracing. Plus, it's so colorful and cute that it makes the perfect gift.
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This shamrock wreath will allow your child to practice tracing and layering shapes and is the perfect way to get everyone in the mood for St. Patrick's Day.
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This uniquely cute Easter bunny craft will give your child practice tracing his handprint while repurposing a paper plate as the base for his bunny.
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Your child can commemorate the best Halloween candy of all time using foam sheets to give your little monster a little practice tracing triangular shapes.
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Make a beautiful bowl out of printed lines of poetry that you can use to store everything from jewelery to candy.
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Vincent van Gogh painted golden hued pictures of the harvest using bold lines and vibrant color. Your child can explore this style of art using oil pastels.
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This improv exercise helps actors learn how to recover if another actor forgets their lines or goes off script, but it can also be a rainy day activity!
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Take a fun and simple look at the concept of parallel lines with your child. This art activity is great for fine motor skills and perfect for Valentine's Day!
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... Paper Pencil What You Do: Each player draws four short horizontal lines on a piece of paper. Each of the horizontal lines represents a place value...
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... you’ve got a particularly wild brush-wielder, you may even want to start by drawing some vertical and horizontal lines in pencil, and ask your child to...
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... their pencils to draw lines connecting two dots. Dots can only be connected through vertical or horizontal lines. Players should take turns connecting the dots...
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...Help your child turn her handprints into a spooky ghost, while she practices tracing and cutting along lines. It's sure to help your little one get into a...
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... What You Do: Have your child make an X on the paper by using a ruler to make two diagonal lines, from corner to corner. Make sure these pencil lines are not...
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...: Using the ruler and the marker, help your child draw 10 horizontal (side to side) lines on the paper. Make sure she draws them as evenly spaced as possible and that...
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... second horizontal line 4" from the bottom. There will be a 7" space between the two lines. Use your ruler to mark four lines vertically from the 2"...

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