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My friends and I have a craft club. We meet once a week and make crafts together. We sell the crafts to people in our town. It's fun, it's a great way to make money, and you get to hang out with your friends.
What do you get when you cross a centipede and a parrot?
Here's an easy way to make vanilla yogurt more interesting-put some fruit (blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries are best) in the bottom of a bowl. Spoon vanilla yogurt on top of the fruit. Stir and enjoy!
Black and White
With a parent's assistance, paint a wall in your room with chalkboard paint. Then you will be able to write messages, reminders, and doodles in chalk!
If a kid I am babysitting is scared of monsters under her bed, I bring along a spray bottle filled with water (and it has a label on it that says "Monster Repellent"). Spray it lightly around the room or ask the child to spray it. It's a fun way to help her believe that there are no more monsters under the bed, and it'll be easier for her to go to sleep.
One person is “It” and turns around so that she’s facing away from the group. Once she turns away, everyone moves around and dances. When It does look, the other players freeze like they’re statues. If It catches you moving, you’re out.
All Tied Up
Here's how to create a pretty picture with ribbons. Cut a piece of scrapbook paper to fit a picture frame. Next, cut several pieces of ribbon in different colors, and arrange them in rows or create your own pattern. Attach them to the paper with craft glue. Let dry and put your artwork in the frame. Now you have a cute 'ribbon picture' to hang up in your room.
Great Lakes Trick
Here's a great way to remember the names of the Great Lakes: HOMES. It stands for Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior. This trick always helps me!