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restoration hardware inspired office shelves - Kristy Dickerson Photography Blog

restoration hardware inspired office shelves - Kristy Dickerson Photography Blog

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Easy to make marshmallow shooters- so fun for kids! Nothing says Summer like a marshmallow fight followed by S'more's by the fire!

Summer Fun - SUPER S'more Day ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose

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Build your own Mini Robot with Unruly #STEM #engineering #handson #activities #robotics

How to... Make a Mini Robot - Red Ted Art's Blog

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Homemade Bubble Solution- so easy and so fun for kids! Just 3 ingredients for big, thick, amazing bubbles!

Homemade Bubbles Recipe {For Big Thick Bubbles!}

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DIY MASON JAR GLITTER LAVA LAMPS

DIY MASON JAR GLITTER LAVA LAMPS

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Homemade Bread in a bag recipe! Grab your kids and you will be making bread in no time with this simple recipe! www.skiptomylou.org #breadrecipe #recipes

How to make Bread in A bag | Skip To My Lou

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firework in a glass

Science for kids - firework in a glass | Science Sparks

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Over 30 Indoor Activities to do with Kids!

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Tons of fantastic ideas to keep little boys busy.

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So smart. Easter egg dying for little hands. Use a whisk!! I'll have to remember this when Easter rolls around!

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Finger knitting is very addictive and children love it for its simplicity and ease. I definitely used to do this when I was a little girl! Now I'll get to teach Grace someday :)

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Painting with ice cubes, what kid wouldn't love it?!

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If you have not done this yet, you need to. Simply warm up the rocks in the oven (I did 220 for 10 minutes), then put them on a stack of newspapers (or something else you don't care if it gets crayon in it) and let the little ones go to town. Just remind them it is hot. I have done it with 2 1/2 year olds with no problem. My little lady often brings in rocks for me to "cook" so she can paint them

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Science experiment with magnets: put iron-fortified cereal (like Total) in a bag with water. Let it sit for 20 minutes then rub a strong magnet all around. pull it up to the top and you'll see you've collected the actual iron from your cereal!!

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make your own bouncy balls , plus 14 other Favorite Science Experiments for Kids

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cool down bottles

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Collapsible Cardboard House instructions

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Felt Montessori tracing letters. (Like sandpaper letters.)

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Toothpaste Cap Stamping-- great for fine motor (practicing the tripod grasp for pencil holding)

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Cut up pipe-cleaners and place them in a bottle. Use a magnet to manipulate them. kids will stay busy for hours.

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Shaving Cream Easter Egg Crafts for You and Your Kids

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Cardboard box tutorials - hours of fun on rainy days

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Keep them busy for hours! A block of ice with treasure frozen inside and a hammer. Great for those 100+ degree summers!

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Great for a game of tag on a scorching hot day, squishy sponge balls are summer's alternative to snowballs. Made from kitchen sponges that are cut up and tied together, they last longer than water balloons and are softer and splashier than regular balls.

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