1. Build a LEGO Spy Safe + LEGO Puzzle Boxes

    Here's a fun LEGO contraption that kids will love! We built this locking LEGO safe as part of our spy theme. It's perfect for storing spy gear! We're also going…

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  2. Code Activity for Kids: Make a Spy Decoder Wheel

    Make your own spy decoder wheel! In just a few steps, you'll be sending and receiving coded messages with the help of this clever device. The fun part about this…

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  3. Make an Indoor Spy Obstacle Course

    We've been working on all kinds of spy themed activities for kids, and I'm so excited to show you this obstacle course! This spy obstacle course is fun to set…

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  4. Detective Science: Fingerprinting

    Use a pencil and some clear tape to make fingerprints! This is such a fun detective science activity because the fingerprints come out so clear and detailed. I did this activity…

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  5. Craft Stick Superhero Craft

    Here's a superhero craft that uses simple materials, and it's SO fun to make! These craft stick superheroes are guaranteed to be a hit. Craft sticks are one of our…

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  6. Craft Stick Ballerina Craft

    This ballerina craft is lots of fun, and the supplies are so simple! Use craft sticks, popsicle sticks, cupcake liners, and a few other basic supplies from your craft stash…

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  7. Make a Craft Stick Rubber Band Gun

    Oooh, this is a fun project! Grab some craft sticks and other basic supplies, and we'll show you how to make a cool rubber band gun that really works. This…

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  8. Build a LEGO Air Hockey Table

    I'm so excited to show you our latest LEGO® building idea! Construct your own air hockey table. Two players can actually play this air hockey game! We've been putting extra…

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  9. Make a Paper Horse that WALKS!

    Here's a fun STEM project - make a paper horse that walks on its own! A few months ago, I saw this really interesting project on Pinterest where you can…

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  10. Kitchen Skills To Teach Your Kids

    Today's post is a guest post from my real-life friend, Niki. A former home economics teacher, she is an expert in all things related to food, cooking, and hosting events.…

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