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... your game board. Try to reach all of the locations on your board before the other "ants," and you'll win! How fast does it take for an ant to travel from the...
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... all the cards in the deck. If you're playing with a group, have the players each create their own score sheet and take turns determining whether or not a...
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... finding all of the necessary ingredients to make this recipe, including identifying the correct measuring spoons and cups. Help your younger child if she is not...
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... more of an acid or base to return a flower to its original color? Not all flowers are acid-base indicators. Tulips, pansies, and roses are just a few of many...
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... the back and create a 4 x 4 grid. Announce that aces = 1. Ask one of the players to remove all of the face cards from the deck. Then divide the cards they...
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... chosen at a big party on January 5th. But you don’t need to wait all twelve days to crown your royalty! If you want to choose your royals as the French do, bake a...
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... to apply craft glue to the entire top surface of the star. Show your child how to place one tissue paper square over the star, covering all points, and pressing...
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... all three sheets of paper. Ask him to mark the bottom of the thermometer with a "0,” and the top with "100" to indicate the numeric value of...
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... large, but this is fine—they'll enjoy wearing them all the same. Smooth plaster with the back of a spoon if necessary. Let the plaster of Paris harden for...
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... paper from the fabric. The wax from the fabric crayons will have melted into the fabric and the heat will have set the color. Fabric crayons are available at all...
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... a picture with a simple shape will be easier to make. A flower, a heart or a star will all work well. Trace the cardboard tube on a piece of scrap paper so...
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... cover the cookie sheet to allow the dough to rise until all the pieces are double their original size. Explain to her how yeast helps make the dough rise. Have...
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... it feels elastic, like Play-Doh. Time to add color!  Keep all of the dough one color by adding a few drops of food coloring into the dough as your child...
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... take the eight pieces of cut nylon rope and tie all of the pieces in a knot at one end. Leave a bit of a tassel, about 3 inches, on the end of the rope. Place...
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... stretching each cotton ball and gluing it into place on the rainbow drawing. Now hang the rainbow on your refrigerator to remind your child (and family!) to eat all...
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..." on three beanbags, "4" on two beanbags, and "5" on one beanbag. Have her place all of her beanbags into a basket. Create a tape line on...
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... this simple math game. For two players, all you need are two sheets of paper, two decks of cards, and some rubber bands for the games to begin. What You...
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.... The paper bag will become the inside lining of your bag, but you should not be able to see it from the outside as the felt should cover all sides of the bag from the...
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... numbers large enough to pop up and be readable on the headband, but not so large they go all the way around your head. Print the numbers, and help your child cut them...
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.... Explain that players who don't have the right cards to form an equation will sit this round out. Then, tell them that all of the players still in...

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