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... make a list of all the locations that the characters in the story visit. Try to have her list them in order. Now, she's ready to start making her map! Ask her...
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... Flower shaped food cutter Knife Green onion Shiitake mushrooms Soy sauce (optional) What You Do: Help your child prepare all of the ingredients...
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... holding something so precious and important. To top it all off, you don't have to worry about losing your keys anymore! key holder, craft project, wood project...
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.... With the tomb complete, all that's lacking is a mummy! If your child wants a mummy, he can wrap a doll in some toilet paper and place it inside the sarcophagus...
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..., encourage her to celebrate and clap for a job well done. Continue on through the cards until they have guessed higher or lower for all 10 cards. Once your child...
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... constellations by making one of his own. All you need are a few simple, inexpensive materials. What You Need: Black or dark blue construction paper Small...
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...;6," ask her to write "Take off one topping." Laminate all of the pieces for durability. Time to play! Each child gets one pizza crust...
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... great way to introduce lessons about rain and water to your child. It's sure to keep the boredom at bay, and with all the cutting and constructing, it's...
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..., and this flower pot windchime is a great way to teach your kid to listen to the music all around him. What You Need: 3 Terra cotta pots (1.5" tall...
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... Biologist. Nearly all kids love the water and the beach, and this craft allows them think about marine life and imagine how organisms interact with their...
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... over the bottle. Whoever ends up with the most points after all the rings are tossed is the winner! math, games, preschool, kindergarten, first grade, recycle, homemade, arts and crafts...
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... flame! Encourage your child to observe what happens. The candle should burn all the way to the bottom of the bowl, leaving a thin tube of wax. What Happened...
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... and muscles, it is responsible for holding up an entire body all day long. Has your child ever thought about how his spine works, and why it bends? This assembling...
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... create his own fantasy world by imagining that his enormous creation is anything from a giant spider web to a great redwood forest. The best part is: All of this fun and...
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... in this activity allows for hundreds of ways for a coin or ball to be coaxed from start to finish. It's not all fun and games, though! Your child will actually...
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... the smartest of all animals without spines! It has a whole arsenal of defensive maneuvers. To escape from predators, they can hide easily, flee the scene, expel a...
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... will be so impressed with the agility of these amazing primates that she'll be inspired to learn all about them! This activity provides a perfect opportunity to teach...
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... all the participants have a chance to play both parts. To keep the game exciting, have everyone choose a new partner for the second round. fourth grade, fifth...
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... and creativity! Whether your child is one of these or all three, make snack time a rich and supportive educational experience! What You Need: Froot Loops (or...
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... yellow construction paper that will sit atop each candle. When your child has successfully cut them all out, place a small magnetic strip on the back of each flame...

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