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Juice boxes are already waterproof, so they make terrific seed starters. Our cover-ups tie on to boxes like little garden aprons, and they include a ruler marked out in inches so junior gardeners can check to see how their plants are progressing.
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Cut the top off each of the juice boxes. Rinse and let dry thoroughly. With the tips of scissors or a pen, punch three tiny holes in the bottom of each box for drainage.
Meanwhile, print the character cover-up images. Kids can use crayons, markers, or colored pencils to color them in. When they're finished, help kids cut them out.
Parents laminate each cover-up. Turn it over, and mark a ruler at 1-inch increments.
Use the hole punch to add one hole to each side of each cover-up. Snip a l0-inch pieces of jute. Pass one end through one hole from the back to the front of the cover-up. Repeat with the opposite end of the jute, passing it through the remaining hole. Set aside.
Have kids fill each box with potting soil. Then add 1 to 2 seeds, such as zinnias, to each box. (Follow the planting directions on the seed packet.)
Center one cover-up on the front of each box, tying the jute at the back, apron style. Place the boxes on a windowsill. When kids want to measure the growth, they can untie the cover-up to use the ruler on the back! Garden note: Make sure not to over-water because these planters are small. A tiny, tiny bit every two or three days is fine. And you may be able to go even longer.
Show your kids how to tell time with this paper plate peek-a-boo clock!
Make a simple decoration that's SUPER cute
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An imaginative stage for your kid's imaginative mind
Say "ni hao" with the el-egg-ant springtime craft from Kai-lan
We'll shed some light on how to put recyclable jars to good use!
Nothing says "Gong Hay Fat Choy" more than these hand-made money envelopes!
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Let sweet holiday wishes bloom with these simple, customized cookie boxes.
It's easy to stay warm when Mr. Sun is overhead
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Face those winter winds with a cheery smile from Kai-lan!
Turn your preschooler into Kai-lan's koala pal, Tolee!
Your kids will roar with delight once you transform them into this friendly tiger!
For the cutest costume at a party, come as Tolee!
A creative paper craft that becomes child's play
Take the game outside or inside and toss to your heart's desire
Your kid's kicks are kickin' with these decorative shoelace covers
Cool off with a little help from Kai-lan
A handy case with a friendly face!
It's perfect for your kids' Pop!
Make a super special card for Mom!
Go, tiger! Step it up with a craft from Kai-lan's best friend
All aboard the Kai-lan Express! Next stop, fun and creativity for you and your child.
Let Tolee's favorite friend give you a hand at bathtime.
Jump in the tub with Hoho!
Make sweethearts super happy with this crafty card
Make your little sweetheart "super happy" with a treats-filled heart box!
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Give your heart and your love to someone special this Valentine's Day.
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Make tropical music with the sounds of the rain forest
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Let your dino designer "cook up" this terrifying Triceratops!
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Add a dash of dinosaurs to your family photos
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Sail away on this boatload of family crafty fun!
This eco-friendly house shows some "serious" courtesy to your little feathered friends
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This discovery box is not only fun to make, its fun to fill-- again and again!
Light up Halloween night with your kid's favorite characters!
These are no ordinary acorns: they're out of this world!
Feed the birds--with Diego