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    Kids will be happy to eat these veggies parading as sushi. Flatten 2 slices of bread with a rolling pin. Mix together 3 tablespoons cream cheese and 1 1/2 tablespoons sour cream; spread over slices. Lay two carrot and two cucumber matchsticks (6 inches long) at the bottom of each slice -- let hang over edges. Roll up bread, pressing gently to seal, then cut each roll in four equal pieces.

    Cookie Art: Let kids play Jackson Pollock by squeezing drops of liquid food coloring onto large squares of dough and then using a straw to blow the color around. Layer colors until the abstract "painting" is complete.

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    Breed gummy worms in ice and infest a cold Halloween drink. Put the worms in an ice-cube tray, letting them stick out of the top and sprawl over the edges, and fill tray with water; freeze. Add cubes to a clear beverage, and watch as kids squirm with delight.

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