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Popup Santa - Kids Christmas Make by:S. Roberts Popup Santa - Kids Christmas Make by:S. RobertsWatch as Santa Claus pops out of the chimney pot. But don't get him stuck because if he catches you he won't bring you any Christmas presents. To make a popup Santa you will need - 2 loo-roll tubes. One needs to be slightly bigger than the other, so that one can easily slide up and down inside the other tube.The larger tube is the chimney pot. Cover this tube in paper or paint to look like a chimney pot.The smaller tube is Father Christ...
Creating Avatars by:The Doll Palace Creating Avatars by:The Doll PalaceChat is all the rage these days, and the best way to keep in touch with friends, and maybe even family, is to use internet messengers like AIM or Yahoo. By using messengers or chat, you don't have to break your phone curfew, but you can still talk to your friends. Other places that are fun to visit are forums, discussion boards, and sites- communities like MySpace. The greatest thing about these sites is the opportunity to personalize your s...
Smokey Bear's Story by:Ken Mcnabb Smokey Bear's Story by:Ken McnabbSmokey Bear the icon was born in the mind of Rudy Wendelin, who was an artist for the U.S. Forest Service. In 1944 the Forest Service authorized his poster of Smokey Bear as the symbol for fire prevention.The real life Smokey Bear was discovered in 1950 in the Capitan mountains in New Mexico. Firefighters were battling a powerful human caused wildfire when they came upon a bear cub which had climbed a tree to escape the flames. When firefighters finally were able to rescue the bear cub, he had been badly burned. The firefighters nursed him back to health, named him Smokey Bear, and the living symbol of Smokey Bear was born. Smokey Bear was eventually flown to the National Zoo in Washington D.C. where his legend and popularity grew around the world. Smokey Bear became an international superstar and the popularity of the Forest Service's ad campaign grew and grew. Smokey Bear became so popular that congress passed a law governing the commercialization of the name and image of Smokey Bear. Smokey Bear also received his own zip code because of the huge amounts of fan mail he received from fans across the globe. Smokey Bear is the only individual animal to be honored by the U.S. Po...
Children's Christmas Make - Cardboard Nativity Scene by:S. Roberts Children's Christmas Make - Cardboard Nativity Scene by:S. RobertsThe nativity and the birth of Jesus Christ are the fundamental part of Christmas. It's the story of Mary and Joseph travelling to Bethlehem to be counted for the census. Poor Mary was heavily pregnant and had to ride on a donkey. When they got to Bethlehem all the inns were full, and Mary and Joseph spent the night in a stable, where Mary gave birth to Jesus, the Son of God. Angels, shepherds...
A Child's Baptism - Gift Ideas for this Special Occasion by:Terri Korolev A Child's Baptism - Gift Ideas for this Special Occasion by:Terri KorolevA newborn's baptism is a time when loved ones join together to witness a joyous occasion. It's an event that should be marked by a gift, but many don't know what type of present is appropriate to celebrate a baptism. While some choose to give money or a savings bond, it is also thoughtful to give a gift that will help preserve the memory of this special day. Some ideas include a pho...
Throwing a Dora the Explorer Party by:Jared Winston Throwing a Dora the Explorer Party by:Jared WinstonDora the Explorer has proven to be a phenomenon of mass proportion among young children. As with most things popular with children, Dora makes a great theme for a birthday party. Of course, planning and throwing a party is no small task, and a Dora the Explorer party is certainly no exception to that rule. However, the process can be made quite a bit easier (not to mention a good deal cheaper) with a bit of planning and creativity. The end result will be a Dora the Explorer party that your child and all of their young friends will remember for years to come. The first aspect of planning a Dora the Explorer party, as is the case with pretty much any party that relies on a theme, is to work out how you are going to represent your theme. In the case of Dora, this can be accomplished fairly easily. You should be able to find paper plates, cups, and napkins that are Dora themed at any party store, or even the paper products isles of some grocery stores. This level of availability is one of the large advantages of working with a theme that is so popular with such a large group of children. Along with the supplies for the food, you may also be able to find other Dora themed items, such as...
Fall Leaf Collage by:Rachel Paxton Fall Leaf Collage by:Rachel Paxton Fall is a great time for kids to do fall crafts. Leaf collages are easy to make and can provide hours of fall fun. Kids enjoy looking for the leaves as well as using the leaves to create their creative collages.Here's what you need for this fun fall craft project:Fall leavesOrnamental grassesF...
How to Make Christmas Skittles by:S. Roberts How to Make Christmas Skittles by:S. RobertsHave you heard people say that toddlers always prefer the box and the rubbish rather than the present inside? Fun and funky kid's skittles and Christmas pudding bowling ball and all made from rubbish! The ideal Christmas present for younger brothers and sisters. Best of all each skittle is made...
The History Of Hello Kitty by:Mads Phikamphon The History Of Hello Kitty by:Mads PhikamphonHello Kitty is an animated cat that was created by Sanrio more than 30 years ago. Since her creation, she has become the most popular of the Sanrio characters and the idol of millions of young females in Asia and everywhere else. Today she appears on thousands of different things ranging from teddy ...
Santa Needs You To Save The North Pole! by:Santa Claus Santa Needs You To Save The North Pole! by:Santa ClausSanta here - I need your help! The North Pole is starting to melt. Before long I may have to move house which will be hard because a rise in the sea level of 4 inches or so will put most of the planet underwater!Lucky for me I have good people on my nice list like Richard Branson who has pledged to ...
When To Get An Acne Prescription by:Morgan Hamilton When To Get An Acne Prescription by:Morgan HamiltonAcne is a common problem, that many boys and girls face while going through puberty. During puberty, the body experiences many changes. One of them is the wild and exasperating increase of hormones and may result in your needing an acne prescription. Your hormones become very active during puberty, ...
Teach Your Children to Respect You by:Ineke Van Lint Teach Your Children to Respect You by:Ineke Van LintThe most important value you will ever teach your children is: to respect their parents. And since you cannot pass anything on that you don't incorporate yourself, you will have to start by first respecting your children. If they don't feel treated like a human being, worthy of respect and...
Infant Halloween Costumes by:Usha Rani Infant Halloween Costumes by:Usha RaniA desiring Baby Halloween costume is the most amusing parts of parenting. Each and everyone love as well as enjoys while seeing a cute little baby in a gorgeous outfit. Nothing is quite a cute as a baby or toddler dressed up in costume. No matter what sort of costume it is for you to choose for your...
Where To Find Best Arcade Games by:Jake Jenkins Where To Find Best Arcade Games by:Jake JenkinsArcade games, historically, emerged as early as the late 1920's where you could find theme parks which combined mechanical form of gaming machines and a great fun atmosphere. This was the beginning of modern gaming. The first video game machines appeared in the and were mainly coin-operated. To...

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