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... record his observations after he steps out of the bucket. Continue until your child has tested out all the tubs, including the soapy water one. Review your...
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... familiar with. Did he know that all the colors together make up white light? If this fact seems too difficult for him to grasp, don't worry! That's what this activity is...
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... journal closed. Once the glue dries, all your child needs is a pen. She's ready to start journaling!   fabric journal, make your own journal, jazzed up journal, do it yourself journal...
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... use all the same color bead or same shape bead. Prepare a sharp sewing needle with sewing thread as you would for regular sewing. Use the largest sewing needle...
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... dark sunglasses with sneaky mirrors for eyes in the back of your head. Now all you're missing is a bowler, a trench and a phony moustache. What You Need: Old...
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...: Supply your child with all the materials for building a pillow fort and let his imagination take the lead! A good place to start is with a couch or dining room chairs...
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... are dazzling enough for all to enjoy. Make mason jar lights a mainstay in your house this holiday season and beyond. What You Need: Mason jars White...
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... pencil pot. His African pencil pot drums are all ready to go!   Africa, pencil pot, African pencil pots, African drums, drum pots, pencils, pencil holder, pencil craft...
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... game! What You Need: Clothespins (at least 30) Pencil Paper What You Do: Help your child separate all her clothespins into approximately...
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... cookie sheet.  Repeat until all cookie balls are coated in chocolate. Return to freezer until chocolate sets. Share with family and friends! You can try...
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... with all that costume jewelry! If you have a drawer full of rings never worn, recycle them with this simple bracelet craft that turns a mess of old jewelry into one...
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...; When the water comes to a full boil, have your young chef set the timer for 13 minutes. When the timer goes off, have your child create an ice water bath. All he...
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... of membrane comes loose, she needs to work on the next and the next until all of the membranes have been removed. By the end, she should have an empty orange peel...
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... be all one color or can be made up of both red and pink x’s.  A flower might have a center of one color and petals of another.  Once your child has...
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... together before folding all three in half. She will now have six strands joined by a loop at one end.  Let her make a knot below this loop. Make sure the knot...
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... eye shape. Let her glue a black circle on top of each small red heart. Help her glue the large red heart onto the brown oval. This step is all you! Carefully use...
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...” to describe lazy activities, all that chasing, digging and running around can take a toll on your poor pooch’s muscles! Your child can help your family...
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... can have a friend try to “Spot the Differences” and circle all the differences that can be found. She just might stump him! games, arts and crafts, spot the differences...
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... all you; cutting plastic can be dangerous.) Have your child use scissors to cut the rest of plastic along the marker line. Set the top part of the bottle aside...
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... wing on another piece of felt. Have your child cut this second wing -- now he has the completed pair! Help him arrange all the owl pieces where he wants them...

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