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... group game that rewards her wordy ways. Just gather up some siblings or neighborhood pals and settle down for an afternoon of creative, out-of-the-box thinking. What...
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... happens? Does the spiral start and stop just as quickly for all pans? Does the spiral spin the same on low heat (medium, etc.) for all pans? What does the spin tell...
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... shapes. Take one and make the edges overlap slightly. Then, staple the edges together. Repeat for all 4 pieces. These cones will serve as the tops of the...
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CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.3.2.b
... envelope, address it properly, and then send it through the mail. Don't forget the inside of the envelope! This is where your kid will put his "...
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... sifter into one of the bowls. Have him dump the flour, baking soda and salt into the sifter. Help him use the sifter to mix all the ingredients togther. Next...
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... tricky step! Have your child squash fold all eight traingles. Let her flip the paper over and turn it so it looks like a diamond. Have her fold the top corner of...
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...For some math concepts, the hard part is remembering which formula to use! To illustrate the mathematical concepts of range, mean, median, and mode, here are some...
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... of the aircraft sits on top of the wings. For others, the wings are on top of the body. A biplane has wings both above and below. Use tape or glue to...
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... board Scissors Colored markers Gold, silver, and bronze star stickers What You Do: Have your child spin the globe or flip through the World Atlas. Ask...
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... hide best on those leaves and why. Place all of the leaves and butterflies at the center of the table for your child to match independently, and let your child...
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... collect all cards he dealt in step 4, and put them on the bottom of the deck. The three original face-up cards should remain on the table. Ask him to find the sum of...
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... coloring Small cookie cutters Waxed paper What You Do: Wash your hands and encourage your child to do the same. Make sure all chefs are wearing aprons...
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... food comes in, and waste comes out. Ask your child to spread the jam around outside of the banana slice. Have your child place the oyster crackers on top of the...
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... know well. The key to conquering long division is lots of repetition and practice, but that doesn't have to mean all worksheets and scratch paper. Make this hands...
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... tally or choose to keep track in your head or not keep track at all. Repeat for as many holes as your course contains, and remember: practice makes perfect! frisbee golf, dics golf, fourth grade activity, outdoor activity, outdoor games...
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... is fun for kids of all ages. Experiments that dazzle, models that demonstrate, and activities that fascinate are fun for children to watch and participate in. But...
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... your game board. Try to reach all of the locations on your board before the other "ants," and you'll win! How fast does it take for an ant to travel from the...
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... the planet, and the planet has not been colored in yet by another player. When all the planets have been named, each player should count the number of...
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... for her book, including her name and a title. Once all the pages are complete, help your child punch two holes at the left side of the book and tie a ribbon through them. first grade, Black History Month, Swahili, counting, math...
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... a stressed syllable, as in Clement Moore’s The Night Before Christmas: “Twas the night|before Christ|mas and all|through the house.” Ask your...

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