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... paste, adding extra water as needed to reach the consistency of loose yogurt. Use a spoon or table knife to spread a thin layer of this icing on top of 12-15...
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... the knot to the bottom of the table. Separate the rope into four sections, or two pieces of rope per section. Now, have her tie each section of rope together in a...
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... stores) Green stamp pad Brown marker or crayon Red washable paint Paper plate Paintbrush Newspaper to cover the table What You Do: Cover your work...
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...'re assembling for the eight days of Passover. Begin by having her draw the Seder table at the bottom of one of the pieces of the paper. Above it...
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... sheet of construction paper on the table in a vertical, or portrait position.  Have her draw a ghost shape that fills up as much of the paper as possible, and...
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... brown construction paper on the table in a vertical orientation. Have her draw three squares using a pencil. Each square should be larger than the next to create...
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... flat on a table. Get out your roll of paper and begin unrolling. Place the edge of the paper into the box. You most likely will need scissors to cut the paper down...
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.... Ten Toss the T's: Toss and catch the beach ball ten times. On each toss, count aloud and say a /t/ word. Up, Up, Up and Under U's: Stand across from...
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... book cover for an average size textbook (7” x 10”). Lay your collage on a table with the backside facing up and the bottom longest side closest to you...
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.... Set up a table for a poetry workshop. Arrange boxes of magazines, picture cut-outs, words, alphabet stamps, stickers, and other materials to inspire creativity...
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... the table and mix them up.  4. Read each sentence aloud and ask your child to find each of the word pieces. As she finds them, she should lay each piece down...
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... Markers Safety scissors At least one paper plate What You Do: Put a nickel on the table, give your child a piece of yellow construction paper, and...
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... or Skittles What You Do: Begin by “sweetening” the project by placing a bowl of M&M’s or Skittles on the table. Explain to your...
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... loose necklace Pencils, crayons or markers What You Do: Get Ready: Deck out your kitchen table with art supplies, and pull out one of your child’s...
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...; the players will look for a completing phonogram. Start by placing each pile of cards face down on a table, and shuffling them.  Have each player pick up three...
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...;s created pictures and lettering for all six things, she can cut them out using her safety scissors. Make the frame! Cover a table with newspaper and lay two of...
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... Need: Construction paper in holiday colors Markers Shoebox What You Do: Around the dinner table one evening, discuss the difference between...
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... to your pen pal, and keep one at home. Start the chain: Lay out the strips on a table, and have your child read them and select one. Have her glue it to the top...
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...: Place the posterboard horizontally on a table surface. On the top, write a title (or help your kindergartener write it herself) such as, "Right Now, I...
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... most helpful method to use since it can show what materials will make up which body part. Lay some newspaper down to protect a table or other surface. Give your...

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