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Cut small, medium, and large strips from bandannas. String colorful beads onto the strips to make bracelets, necklaces, and even bookmarks.
Where do spaghetti and sauce go to dance? The meat ball!
Put one slice of ham on a plate and spread ranch dressing on it. Sprinkle on some grated carrots and small cucumber chunks (ask an adult to help cut these up). If desired, you could add pickle relish. Roll up the ham slice, and enjoy!
On a big piece of paper, write your name in bubble letters. Then color in your name using your favorite colors.
Here are tips for any girl who babysits. 1. Always be prepared with things to keep the kids occupied. 2. Listen to what they have to say. 3. Be kind to the kids. The kids and the parents will appreciate you.
For this game, you'll need a hula-hoop and enough people to make a good-sized circle. Everybody holds hands, with the hula-hoop hung over the arms of two people who have their hands linked by carefully lifting the hoop over their heads or stepping through it. Each person should pass the hula-hoop around the circle without letting go of each other's hands. I did this with my friends, and everyone had a blast!
Using felt that has a sticky back (you can find this at craft store), cut out lots of fun shapes. Ask a parent if you can attach them to a throw pillow. This craft will add a lot of color to your bed!
See if your school offers tutoring before school starts. My school has tutoring in the library half an hour before school every morning. I did this, and my spelling grade went from a D to a B in two weeks. It helps a lot to get one-on-one attention.