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    the teacher wife: Don't Eat Pete!

    Don't Eat Pete!

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    A simply sweet recipe for Incredible Edible Play Dough! Your kids will love this!

    Edible Play Dough

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    3D Robot made with Silhouette using Print & Cut #tutorial #Instructables

    Print & Cut 3D Robot

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    Teach Engineering: Slingshot Rockets style

    Project-Based Engineering for Kids

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    Make your own magnetic bookmarks. Great project for kids!

    Simple & Sincere

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    DeHart Diaries: Project: first birthday chalkboard tutorial

    DeHart Diaries: Project: first birthday chalkboard tutorial

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    eat.sleep.MAKE.: Fall Felt Series: Hooded Dragon Cape

    eat.sleep.MAKE.: Fall Felt Series: Hooded Dragon Cape

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    160 Summer Fun List IDEAS via @Matt Valk Chuah Crafting Chicks #summer #list #fun #maybeyouandme? #AD

    160 Summer Fun List IDEAS

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    Stick a lock through the holes on the end of electrical plugs when your kids get grounded. It saves you from having to physically remove items from their rooms. Freaking brilliant. And seriously....clean that room before taking it off!

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    Easy-to-follow video tutorials to help you learn the basics on how to teach your kids to swim.

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    Lacing Cards for church or conference

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    dry erase book with pics of members

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    genius

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    DIY how to make cool cardboard toys for kids - mailbox, guitar, boat, oven, puppet theater, castle, playhouse,etc

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    Make it Monday Summer activity...Rock Candy. 2 cups water • 1 cup white corn syrup • 3 1/2 cups sugar • 1/4 tsp cream of tartar Then I added: • 1/4 tsp vanilla extract • 3 drops of blue gel food coloring I boiled the mixture and then continued stirring it on the heat until it reached 300 degrees F (used a candy thermometer to measure the temp). At that point, I poured it into a tray to cool. It hardened up in about an hour and then I smashed it to pieces.

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    Water balloon baseball

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    Gum drop engineering to build STEM skills - post has great tips on extending the activity too

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    Play Dough Maths Activities

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    Dr. Seuss books with activities for each book.

    Download and Print Dr. Seuss Activities

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    40 Things to Make for Boys

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    100 Things To Do With Kids This Summer. I'm going to need to spend some time going through this.

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    cardboard mailbox for kids

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    summer schedule #organizing

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    First Grade Read Aloud Book Suggestions

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    Summer activity-Sidewalk Chalk On Your Trampoline!

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