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Create and Play Molkky with Paul Tukey

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Ladder Golf and Wiffle Ball with Paul Tukey

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Dr. Seuss's The Lorax and Rhyme Game

Other Ideas:
Giveaways, Guests, Kid-friendly
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Bubblegum Candy House with Dylan Lauren

Other Ideas:
Books, Candy, Cardboard, Halloween
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Slumber Party Games

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Slumber Birthday Party Ideas

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Teaching the Ten Pagues with Erica King

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Gardener's Gift Basket

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For your favorite horticulturist, choose a sturdy basket that can have a long life of service in the garden. We decorated ours using a palette of yellows and oranges, inspired by the early-blooming daffodils.
Materials
  • Store-bought basket
  • Ribbon
  • Easter straw
  • Tissue paper
  • Garden clogs
  • Canvas gloves
  • Canvas apron
  • Pruning snips
  • Pruning shears
  • Seed packets
  • Plant labels
  • Small pot of daffodils
  • Lemon jelly beans
  • Decorated eggs
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Miniature Gardens Easter Basket

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Handmade Tiara

Steps:3
Recycle broken necklaces and bracelets to embellish your handmade sparkly tiaras. This simple how-to makes a great activity for a little girl's birthday party.
Materials
  • Punch-around-the-page punch set
  • Metallic paper
  • Craft knife or scissors
  • Hot-glue gun and hot-glue sticks
  • Plain plastic or metal headband
  • Embellishments such as rhinestones, metallic/glitter trim, or broken jewelry
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