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...There are always two sides to an important issue. So build a Debate Book! You hear about the state of the world's environment all the time in the news. Don'...
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...’s asked to find the range of a set of numbers, to think of it as reaching all the way from the lowest number to the highest. The range is what’s in between...
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... easy--after all, it's just fourth grade, right? But for most kids, it's anything but. Stage fright is always an issue; so, too, is the natural tendency of most...
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... time on her hands. Keep her busy with an activity that reviews basic grammar and parts of speech, encourages creative thinking, and best of all, records the most...
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... directions on the index cards, one direction per card. When you are done, put all the cards into the small box with the crayons, drawing paper, and glue...
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... to learn all about dice and probability. Ask him how many different ways there are to roll 2 dice. Remind him that there are 6 options on both sides. Together...
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... sounds. It may all seem simple to us grown-ups, but for brand new readers, it's serious business. In teacher talk, it's part of a process called “phonemic awareness...
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... must all work together to respect all people of all races and walks of life. As you’re talking, here’s a project to keep little, and big, hands busy...
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... directions call for cutting trunk and branches from brown, leaves from two shades of green, and apples and sign from red, all using our templates. After your child has...
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.... It's a great opportunity to spend some time with your child outside. If you work indoors, make sure you cover your work area thoroughly, and stay away from all...
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... the bowl with a rubber spatula to make sure all of the batter is incorporated. Increase the mixer speed to medium and beat for 2 minutes more, scraping down the sides...
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... all the dry ingredients from the cookie kit. You’ll end up with a smooth, thick dough. Cover it, and let it chill in the refrigerator at least 30 minutes. Then...
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... inspired as he makes his own model. Choose a scale to use. For example, one inch equals one foot. Keep this scale in mind when helping your child make all of his...
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..., simply crumple up some newspaper and place it under the fruit. Consider using fruits of all different shapes, such as bananas, oranges, apples, watermelons, grapes...
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... second sheet, making contact with a long edge first. Have your child use the bowl of a spoon to smooth laminate from the center of card all the way out to the...
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...Practice probability with your child! Rolling dice is a great way illustrate the fundamentals of this tricky math concept. With all of the different outcomes that...
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... climbed up the water spout. Down came the rain, and washed the spider out. Out came the sun, and dried up all the rain So the itsy bitsy spider climbed up the spout...
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... oatmeal all work well Soap molds or muffin tin What You Do: Use a food processor or cheese grater to finely shred unscented and uncolored bar(s) of soap...
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...;understand geography and widen her sense of the world. Because all flags tend to be colorful and filled with simple patterns and shapes, they're fairly easy to...
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... balls to rafts. So get creative with your design and build an exciting course for all ages! What You Need: Hula hoops Rafts Pool noodles Other...

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