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Easter Games

   Create a fun and exciting Easter Game for your whole family to play. You will have as much fun creating this Easter Game as you will playing it

Supplies Needed:
Mixing Bowl
Hole Punch
Ribbon or String
Paint or Markers

#1: Cut strips of newspaper
#2: Blow up a balloon and knot it
#3: Prepare your work environment by laying down newspaper or plastic. This project is a little messy but fun
#4: In a large bowl mix one part flour with about 2 parts of water until you get a consistency like thick glue. Add more water or flour as necessary. Mix well to get out all the bumps.
#5: Dip the newspaper strips into the glue mixture and place the strips onto the balloon. Cover the entire balloon with newspaper strips leaving a small hole in the top of the balloon to put the candy into your piñata.
#6: Allow each layer of newspaper to dry before doing a new layer. You should do about 2 to 3 layers of newspaper
#7: Once everything is dry pop the balloon inside the newspaper. Try to pull out as much of the balloon as you can.
#8: Use a hole punch to make two holes around the opening of the Easter piñata. Thread ribbon through the hole and knot
#9: Decorate your Easter Egg Piñata and allow to dry
#10: Hang your Easter Egg Piñata up and place candy in the top and you are ready to  play your fun Easter Egg Game.

St. Patrick's Day Rainbow Activity

   This St. Patrick's Day Activity is a fun and easy craft to get you in the green spirit! Turn items from around your house into a rainbow masterpiece

Supplies Needed:
Paper Plate
Markers or Crayons
Toilet Paper
#1: Take the paper plate and cut the plate in half
#2: Take one half of the paper plate and cut the rim off the paper plate. This will be an arched rainbow
#3: Decorate the rim of the paper plate to look like a rainbow
#4: Take the toilet paper roll and cut it in half
#5: Decorate the toilet paper rolls to look like a pot of gold
#6: Place a decorated toilet paper roll on one side of the paper plate rainbow.
#7: Use the other toilet paper roll to place the other side of the rainbow in.

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Mitten Matching Game

   You and your children will have just as much creating the Mitten Matching Game as you will playing it.

Supplies Needed:
Mitten Template:
Construction paper

#1: Print out the Mitten Template
#2: Cut out the Mitten template
#3: Trace the mitten template on a piece of paper. Need to trace about 10 mittens
#4: Cut out the mitten you traced.
#5: Decorate the mitten you cut out using markers or crayons. Try adding glitter, bows, buttons and other fun decorations to your mitten. You need to make 2 mittens look the exact same by decorating them the same
#6: Once you have created all 10 mittens mix them up and turn them over with the decorated part of the mitten down
#7: Take turns flipping each mitten over and trying to find the mitten that matches. 

Family Halloween Tablecloth

   Each member of your family will enjoy making this Halloween table cloth that will go perfect with those halloween parties

Supplies Needed:


Fabric table cloth or old sheet



#1: Lay your table cloth on the grass outdoors or someplace where you have enough room to work without damaging the surface by paint

#2: Cut sponges in the shapes of ghost, pumpkins, black cat, withes hat

#3: Dip the sponges in paint and then press them against your table cloth. You can also use your handprint to create a spider!

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Labor Day Game

   You and your family will have a blast playing this Labor Day Game. All you need to get started is a few items from around your house and you are set for hours of fun and excitement

Supplies Needed:
Pencil or Pen

#1: On a sheet of paper write down different jobs that people have. Such as, police officer, veterinarian, firefighter, pastor, grocery clerk, etc
#2: Cut out the different jobs and place them in a bowl
#3: Pick one piece of paper from the bowl. Without the other person seeing what you picked draw a picture of the job you picked out. Keep drawing clues until your partner guesses the image
#4: Take turns picking out jobs and drawing them.