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This fun arts and crafts activity will help your child learn about the colors of the different seasons through the art of relief sculpture.
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Make a clay sculpture of a fall tree to celebrate the changing seasons and bring out the artist in your third grader.
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Help your child create a garden journal sketchbook as she observes and records the natural world around her through the changing seasons.
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Enjoy the sparkle of a fresh snowfall whether or not the weather outside is chilly enough for snow.
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The next time your kids are pent up inside because of bad weather, try hosting a Balloon Olympics!
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This will encourage your child to utilize her observation skills, develop aesthetic awareness, build artistic drawing abilities and learn about the seasons.
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In this activity, your first grader will practice calendar skills, observe the weather and learns to read calendar words. Here's how to get started:
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Looking for hot weather fun? Cool the kids down with a homemade slip and slide! You can create your own water park atmosphere for just a few bucks.
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Help your preschooler craft a homemade wind spinning device--a surefire to make your backyard sparkle, and teach her a bit about weather!
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You don't need to wait for rain to see a rainbow. Make one yourself, and teach your child about light and weather in the process.
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Help your child measure breezy weather in her environment by making a wind vane for kids, a simple version of the classic scientific measurement tool.
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Penguins just may be the cutest cold-weather creatures ever! Creating this penguin is a perfect way for your tot to practice cutting out different shapes.
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Make this Easter egg craft that works as both a fun necklace or a decorative garland to welcome warm weather and spring sunshine.
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Guide your middle schooler through a simple sewing activity to make fleece mittens. Now his hands will be kept warm in the chilly winter weather!
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Enjoy the warm spring weather outside and indulge in a colorful game of I Spy while you're at it! It's just as fun as classic I Spy but twice as educational.
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... preschool staples like construction paper and felt to old magazines or cereal boxes. And don't forget to sneak in a little lesson on weather and the seasons while you...
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... light shine through. Take time to talk about the change in seasons and what that means for the trees. You may want to discuss these two key questions: Why do leaves...
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... tell her what the weather was like? Cover your work area with newspaper or a drop cloth to keep paint from getting on it. Place the photo on the newspaper. Have...
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... the differences he felt in different locations. Place a plain piece of construction paper on a flat surface that's in direct sunlight. If the weather hasn't...
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... listed and spelled correctly.) Guide her to think of not only things, but also of how the weather changes during this season, what people and animals might do...

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