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robot racers
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Robot Racers

Spinning a plate to make art? Yes! It’s the unexpected that kids will love about this craft.
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Paper Plate Spin Art

our kids will love to watch the colored bubbles as they float in the air—and also when they pop on the plain paper!
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Paint With Bubbles

Ideal for summer breezes, this wind sock is easy and fun to make.
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Colorful Windsocks

Try these easy finger paints made from ingredients you already have around the house. They’re a fun way to get messy and engage your kids in sensory play.
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Homemade Finger Paints

These interlocking cards are simple to craft and have lots of construction possibilities. They’re also super portable (hello, playdate!). So encourage your budding architect to measure, cut, and build!
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Measure, Cut, Build!

Homemade Bubbles and Bubble Wands
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Homemade Bubbles and Wands

Monster Puppets
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Theatrical Sock Monster Puppets

Fireworks Painting
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Splatter Art

rainbow toast
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Rainbow Toast

mail a hug
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Mail a Hug!

Pool-Noodle Village
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Pool-Noodle Village

Paint Up a Storm
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Paint Up a Storm!

A cardboard boat powered by… soap? Really? Yes, really. Take a few of these common household items, help your kids follow the steps, and they’ll be rewarded with a little boat that has a surprising “engine.”
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DIY Mini-Powerboat

DIY Puzzle Box
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DIY Puzzle Box

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