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    Kids love clay, and they especially love cutting and pressing things into clay. Take advantage of this and use their creative talents to decorate your home for Christmas!

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    Children love experimenting with new art techniques. Tape art allows your pre-schooler to explore paint, colours, shapes and textures, while creating a visual art masterpiece. Craft activity sponsored by My First Crayola.

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    Babies love exploring their surroundings and interacting with new objects, textures, scents and tastes. By pulling together different scraps of fabrics, you can create a wonderful sensory experience for your baby. The activity is ideal for developing motor skills, spatial awareness and problem solving. So join your baby on the floor and show him how to explore.

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    Round objects are especially captivating for children who are at that developmental stage of mastering the pincer grip. This is a great activity you can do with your toddler that will not only be educational but also entertaining.

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    Sandpit play is the perfect opportunity for your baby to have some fun in the company of others their age. This particular activity offers babies the chance to experience different textures while developing their fine and gross motor skills.

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    Painting is always a fun and stimulating activity for babies. It helps develop their imagination, fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. You can start introducing painting activities to your child, from around 9 months, with your assistance at first.

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