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Bubble Babies
Take a polaroid picture of each child or baby dressed only in a swimsuit or diaper. After the Polaroids are dry, cut around the child in a circle that is a bit smaller than the diameter of ...
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Bubble Blower
Take the plastic ring holder and dip it in the dish soap and then wave the rings around to make bubbles. Works well!
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Bubble Bubble Pop Pop!
Take bubble solution, white construction paper, shallow pans, and food coloring outside with your child. Pour bubble solution into several shallow pans. Squeeze drops of different color food ...
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Bubble Pool
Add bubble soap to empty kids pool. Fill with water. Add various bubble toys like empty bottles, straws, hoops, string, etc. Creates a BUBBLE wonderland, right in the back yard. When done ...
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Bubble Zappers
Tell the children that the bubbles can NOT hit the ground or floor. Let them know that they must pop all the bubbles (big and small) before they hit the ground. The only way to do this is to ...
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Bug Keepers
Cut all around the bottle, just below the handle or neck. Save the top for another project. From the base cut out four windows one on each side. Put the bottle inside the stocking. Cut o ...
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Bug Night Light
Buy cheap salt shakers at a dollar store or at yard sales for your kids to enjoy an evening of bug catching. When the lightning bugs (fireflys to some) come out, hand each child a salt shak ...
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Bugs in a Cup
Label each cup with a different number, 1-10. Use small plastic bugs as counting tools. The key to keeping the children interested is your facial expressions and hand movements. For this a ...
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Butterfly Surprise
Before hand: Draw butterfly wings on the back of the white paper with a marker. Let children glue green pom poms on popsicle stick or tongue depressors. Write their names on the back of th ...
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Button Toy
In an effort to practice sewing button holes on my new sewing machine, and to help my identical twin 2 1/2 year old daughters to learn how to operate buttons, I made them a "Button Toy". To ...
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Candy Bar Writing
Have the children make a chart on their paper with the following topics: Smell, Sound, Look, Hear, Touch, Taste. Give them each a candy bar. Have them look at the wrapped candy bar and put ...
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