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The kids will have F-U-N on a steamy hot summer day with this water sponge game of tag.
The children can help prepare this easy fruit treat. Serve with egg salad sandwiches, carrot sticks and milk for a delicious and creditable lunch.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by creating these fun rainbow decorations.
This vase is a beautiful item, created by the children for their family's home.
Flowers are a sure sign of spring. The children will enjoy making these flowers, which have a variety of smells.
Create a beautiful placemat or window hanging for your daycare children's families. You won't believe how easy these are and how nice they look when done; but please, adults only using the iron.
Forget about thinking outside the box...these creative ideas with boxes will get your kids to use their imaginations!
Craft description: Kids use basic colors and shapes to construct a house.
A great treat children will enjoy making. These are creditable as the meat component for a snack.
Here's an art project that recognizes Dental Health Month-and just might make you smile!
A great educational craft for your daycare children to create. Use it as an opportunity to read a book to them about Native American culture.
The kids will have F-U-N on a steamy hot summer day with this water cup race game.
Have your daycare children create these cards to give to friends and family.
As a group the children can work together to make this valentine decoration. It could be used as a centerpiece for the table during a valentine party.
Let your daycare children make these simple decorative "love bugs" and give them to their family and friends as a special Valentine's Day present.
Use heart shapes to create a cute & loveable mouse for your sweetheart.
Fresh vegetables are abundant at this time of year. Children will see how different vegetables make different prints.
This is a game you can do with the children to learn and talk about hand washing and preventing germs.
Make use of your outdoor concrete driveways or sidewalks to display the children's artwork.
The kids will have F-U-N on a steamy hot summer day with this water toss game.
Different types of weather are represented in this scientifically super craft.
A fun experiment for children to help them understand how their sense of smell works.
School-aged children will especially enjoy the challenge of creating their own floatable boat.
Help kids determine the difference between finger foods and foods that require utensils with this easy cut-and-paste craft.
Fill your kids with this simple, nutritious dinner, before they go out to fill their treat bags!
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