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..., tens, and hundreds. But move higher than that, and they need a lot more practice. As they become confident with numbers up to the millions, they'll feel more...
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...Celebrate African-American history and George Washington Carver's important contributions to American culture by making peanut soup with your child, a dish with...
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...For a fun way to learn more about traditional Canadian cultures and celebrate the 2010 Olympic Games, you and your child can make this simple yet delicious dinner...
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... piece of paper into a bunch of small strips. On each piece of paper, write a number from 1-4. When you’re finished, throw them all into the hat. Time to play...
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... cream from scratch? In this activity, you will make homemade ice cream while reviewing the concepts of liquid and solid. Your kids will love making and trying their...
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... heavier than store bought versions and will have a unique style that will make them a new favorite in the classroom. What You Need: Sandpaper Wood file Wood...
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...; cup slivered almonds ¼ teaspoon cinnamon 1 tablespoon milk Measuring cups and spoons Mixing bowl Mixing spoon Sheet pan...
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...Make a flowerpot recipe holder for someone you love, like your mom on Mother's Day! This interior decorating craft for kids makes a beautiful centerpiece and holds...
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...;ll probably see lots of cards and flowers at the shop. But if you’ve got a third grader and a video camera, you’ve got the ingredients for an even better...
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...If following directions is hard for your child, why not turn the tables and teach her how to effectively give instructions? With this fun activity you'll also be...
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...If you have a child who loves physical stunts, try making these coffee-can stilts. Easy to make, they're sure to provide hours of backyard fun and exercise. With...
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... collard greens for a delicious Southern touch. Collard greens are part of the cabbage family and are a staple in Southern and Creole cooking. They're traditionally slow...
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... pattern and colors of beads used in a necklace can tell your life story? Introduce your child to one of the many interesting aspect of African culture while...
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...If you're looking to make use of your summer vegetables, try this lighter twist on a favorite fried appetizer. Summer means fresh fruits and vegetables – like...
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...Turn your leftover cranberry dressing into a sweet, rich bread with this holiday recipe. This healthy breakfast or dessert recipe uses leftover cranberry sauce and...
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... weather? Help your young scientist relate it to weather across her community and state, and make a wind vane for kids—a simple version of a classic scientific...
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...Have your child physically cut and arrange pieces of yarn to teach him the concepts of order and length. In the end, he will have a final product that will help him...
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...This twist on the classic pencil and paper game offers your child a chance to get some fresh air and exercise. Encourage your child to stay active and help her...
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...Help your child practice professional letter writing and spark her interest in civic engagement and current events by encouraging her to write a letter to the...
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...-ordinary with one simple ingredient—a dash of curry! This scrumptious recipe is loaded with healthy ingredients including grapes, celery, almonds, and chicken...

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