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... on his new codex pages. Help him plot out his story beginning, middle and end to match the number of pages he has to work with. Once he's done, all he needs to...
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... What You Do: For this project, you can either use scraps of fabric and ribbons already lying around the house or you can take your child shopping for those...
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...Using only straight-line sewing, your fourth can create a nifty felt pencil case perfect for his busy life. Between borrowed pencils, broken erasers and a backpack...
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...Introduce your child to the wonders of colorful chemistry with this simple food coloring project. Not all science experiments require tons of time and fancy...
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...Spread the love this Valentine's Day with a sweet and charming paper heart chain! This heart chain will help spread the love on Valentine's Day. Using red, pink...
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... Help your child create an autumn poem full of colorful sensory details. Like a haiku, a cinquain is a non-rhyming poem with a set number of lines and syllables. A...
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... shape an elm leaf? A tulip tree leaf? A sassafras leaf? Expand on this activity by making orange and yellow dough, scenting it with all spice or cloves...
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A nonet is a 9-line poem. Like haiku, each line has a specific number of syllables, starting with nine in the first line and ending with only one in the last.
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...? Should it recount a story or read more like a letter? How do I sum up all the things that I am in one short essay? In short, you can’t. And there are dozens of...
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... down at a table with a large baking sheet with 1-2 cups of uncooked rice spread evenly across it Draw a line across the top of the rice, and one across the bottom...
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.... But that doesn’t mean you can’t have some fun—and math learning—on this holiday. In fact, it just so happens that “luck” is not...
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... preschool staple. They give kids practice with looking for same and different—a key skill for this age group. But more than that, they’re just plain fun. And...
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..., and do for home entertainment. After your child is done, have her explain all the various features of the fairy dwelling. In a few days, go back to that location...
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... the blank hole-punched paper on the top, and line up all the holes. Next, thread a piece of yarn or string through each of the three holes and tie into a sturdy bow...
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... children of this age. Pictographs and bar graphs can be used to organize all kinds of classroom information, such as how many children are absent and present, how many...
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...Here's a great idea for recycling that plastic: create a mini plant habitat with your kids and learn what it takes to make an ecosystem work. Here's a great...
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... needs to cut out. This can be done by measuring the width of the ribbon and comparing it to the width of the entire window. When all the pieces of the curtain are cut...
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... experiment and see if you can solve the mystery of the unpoppable balloon! Calling all science detectives! Here's a mystery that may leave you stumped. The scene...
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... doesn’t belong in a set. Being able to identify, sort, and classify objects by their common attributes is an important kindergarten standard. Want to make it fun...
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... it at all.  Tell your child that this is what is called an "estimate." Discuss with your child how much the caterpillar ate in one day and the...

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