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Celebrate with some fun activities that correspond to reading some of children's best-loved Suess stories.
Celebrate your All American colors on Flag Day (June 14th) or the 4th of July with this fun and easy to make spirit stick!
Easy ideas to teach little ones how to appreciate and care for our environment.
A mini history lesson for observing Flag day with young children.
Groundhog Day is Feb. 2. Whether or not the groundhog sees his shadow is unknown, but fun is a sure thing when you celebrate with these cute activities!
A mini theme for celebrating the discovery of America.
October 24th is an opportunity to teach friendship and peace in your daycare.
A wonderful holiday decoration your daycare children can make to light up their homes.
Have your daycare children create these festive holiday decorations for their homes.
Sending greeting cards is one way to wish people Happy Holidays. Have the children make greeting cards of their own design reflecting their own holiday traditions.
Delight your daycare kids' mom's with the sweet sentiment of this heartfelt Mother's Day card.
Reinforce name recognition and the importance of healthy habits with this fun craft.
This is a great activity for one of those days when you hear that familiar "I'm bored, there's nothing to do!"
Rescue your kids from the rainy day blues by showering them with indoor fun activities!
Stringing this colorful pasta helps to develop fine motor skills - and it's just plain fun.
Make use of old greeting cards to make a craft activity for children, which works great on their small muscle development.
Make this easy ladybug puppet and encourage your daycare children to put on a puppet show using their creations.
Take your kids to collect a variety of fall leaves. Then have fun making these creatures.
Take your kids to collect a variety of fall leaves. Then create a matching leaf game and have fun while learning.
A fun, simple craft you can make. A great opportunity to take a walk with the children and collect colorful elaves.
In this activity children will learn that the sun gives light and heat and that it can burn.
With this little lift and a wee bit o' luck you just might be able to catch a leprechaun!
Celebrate President's Day by creating this "log" mural with your daycare kids.
It's your lucky day! You've found the perfect St. Patrick's Day craft.
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