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Pond

Ponds are filled with thousands of different living plants and animals! This month's art box explores four pond-dwelling creatures through exciting art projects!

Kids will create art that features ducks, dragonflies, fish, and frogs. Each project encourages them to exercise their imagination and create something unique with their own hands. Painting, cutting, scraping, and blending are just a few of the skills they'll practice. Plus, they'll learn lots about science and put their origami skills to work.

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Activities in the Pond Box:
Duck Pond Mixed-Media Art
This mixed-media project is full of fun techniques and unusual materials. Kids will use a paint scraper, fold up cupcake liners, and tear apart cotton balls. It's perfect for little ones who love to keep their hands busy

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Duck Pond Mixed-Media Art
Dazzling Dragonfly and Lily Pad
Put away your paintbrush. In this project, kids will practice their fine-motor skills as they squeeze a pompom in a clothespin and use that to paint! They'll also blend paint to create a peaceful pond and design brightly colored dragonfly wings.

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Dazzling Dragonfly and Lily Pad
Dancing Fish Craft
This project is the perfect craft for young children. First, there's a blue water background and green algae made from crinkle paper. Then, kids will love personalizing the fish cutout with tissue paper and sequins scales!

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Dancing Fish Craft
How Does a Frog Eat? Science Project
Slurp! Frogs catch flies faster than we can blink. But how does that happen? In this science project, kids will make their own frog, complete with a sticky tongue. There's an age-appropriate explanation of the science behind it, too.

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How Does a Frog Eat? Science Project
Fish and Turtle Origami
This month, kids will be folding up two pond-dwelling animals: a fish and a turtle. These make great decorations. Or, you can use them for imaginary play!

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Fish and Turtle Origami
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