Build a working candy dispenser out of Legos! Got M&M’s?  Or Skittles?  Even if you don’t do trick-or-treating, it seems like there is always plenty of candy floating around during this time of the year… Add a little creativity to your kids’ sugar high with this fun Lego project!

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Make your own components for a changeable magnetic marble run! Okay, here we are with yet another marble run, but this one is our favorite one yet!  Actually, I’d say this marble run is equally as cool as the other one we posted recently.  (I’ll discuss the strengths of

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Here’s a simple bat craft for kids! We have been studying bats in our science book, and Gresham and Owen just love bats.  Gresham has been wanting to make some that he could play with, so this is what we came up with! To make them you will need:

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You know what makes a simple and fun Nerf target? An empty plastic bottle and a ping pong ball! Ready, aim, fire! We covered the bottles with duct tape (just for fun) and added small rocks to each bottle for weight.  You could also weigh them down with sand,

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Here are some simple pattern activities that are perfect for 4-6 year old’s. With each of these activities, I challenged Owen (age 5) to try more difficult patterns by creating one for him and then having him add on to it. We would check the patterns by saying them

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