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... can be a big brain bender for first grade scientists. After all, you can’t see it, you can’t taste it, and if you try to reach out and touch it...
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... and read/spell the word cards correctly is the winner. If she is playing alone and you are showing her the cards, she is the winner when she has completed the hopscotch grid and read/spelled all words correctly. second grade reading, writing...
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... words with busy hands for a winning combination of learning and creativity! The rebus is a form of written communication that precedes the first alphabets. There are...
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...This Thanksgiving, try playing this fun Native American game with the whole family. Thanksgiving these days is all about turkey, gravy and seriously delicious pie...
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...Create an egg bungee jump to explore the laws of gravity and Newton's famous equation: force = mass × acceleration. Be warned: this experiment could get messy! Does...
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..., spelling, and vocabulary practice into a discussion about her favorite event. Make this year's Winter Olympics have a lasting impact on your child's education...
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... overlapping the right side. Then, ask her to flip the left side of the twine down and up through the loop, similar to the first step of tying her shoes. Next...
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... need two dice, a game board print out, and place markers in order to play. Watch your child's addition skills improve quick as lightning as he plays this...
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... shapes and two small circles (the pupils) from the black construction paper. She's almost done cutting! Have her cut two small circles, two small hearts and...
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...Take a stab at 18th century American cooking with your kids by following this tasty recipe from the first colonial cookbook. "Of all the puddings we colonial...
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... reading, and learn the key pieces to the sentence puzzle, by creating sentence puzzles at home! Does your kindergartener know what a sentence is? Does she keep reading...
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... Mexico and the Caribbean. With the proper love, attention, and patience, it can also grow indoors as a lovely houseplant. Get your child involved in the growing cycle...
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... Do: After you've decided on the counting objects, get 11 medium-sized paper cups. Write the numbers 0 through 10 on each cup. Then mix up the cups and...
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... the answer is something else entirely! The only way to really hammer this concept home is through practice, practice, practice, but it doesn't have to be all work...
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... only way for children to polish their arithmetic skills is to practice their math facts. However, doing simple addition, subtraction, multiplication and division drills...
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... the strings, gather the ends together and loosely tie a knot. Make sure all strings have about the same tension, then do the same for the other side. Show your...
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... problem and come up with a reasonable estimate to the problem. For example: Fermi Question – How many pet cats are there in the U.S.? Fermi Solution &ndash...
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... saturation, evaporation, and crystallization with a simple kitchen concoction that will leave them hungry for more chemistry. Chemistry isn't just incredible...
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... eat? Help her find the correct pizza and color in the slices.  Repeat until all of the slips of paper have been used. Expand on this game by making...
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...Use your number sense to complete this activity. Draw from a deck of cards to determine your number and then create an addition problem with that sum. Try to use as...

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