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... done, talk about your answers. You may all be impatient to check right and wrong, but an important math standard is “reasoning”—the ability to track...
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... Flower shaped food cutter Knife Green onion Shiitake mushrooms Soy sauce (optional) What You Do: Help your child prepare all of the ingredients...
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... flame! Encourage your child to observe what happens. The candle should burn all the way to the bottom of the bowl, leaving a thin tube of wax. What Happened...
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... all the participants have a chance to play both parts. To keep the game exciting, have everyone choose a new partner for the second round. fourth grade, fifth...
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... more of an acid or base to return a flower to its original color? Not all flowers are acid-base indicators. Tulips, pansies, and roses are just a few of many...
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... final draft. Encourage her to write slowly and legibly so that she does not smear the letters. Make this a family activity by inviting all of your family members to...
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... lightly over the dough and help him use the table knife to cut out the shape. Have him gently place the shape on the baking sheet. Repeat until all the dough has been used...
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... absorbed all of the liquid. Let the quinoa stand in the pot for 5 minutes, then fluff with a fork. In a large skillet, melt the butter over medium heat...
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... towel. In a large bowl, combine all of the ingredients and mix well. Chill in the refrigerator for at least one hour before serving. Did You Know? The...
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... multiple Fireflies. The game isn’t over until they’ve all been caught and put in the bug box (for a time out)! first grade game, tag, firefly tag, firefly...
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... Ikebana recognized as a true art form, it's practiced and celebrated all around the world today. Your child will learn more about this special tradition while...
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... any extra veggies you have on hand. With all the dicing and chopping, this recipe provides lots of kitchen practice and a chance to teach older kids knife skills...
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... traditional pesto is made with basil, nowadays pesto comes in all colors and forms, and modern conveniences like the food processor make it a breeze to prepare. Use...
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... that it looks like a saltine cracker. Be careful not to poke all the way through! Have her lay out the squares on a cookie sheet and bake for 30 minutes. After 30...
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... stick.  Frame your wild beast and put it on display for all to visit! Fun Fact: Before photography was invented, it was very popular for people to hire...
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... crushed ice 1/2 cup vanilla yogurt 1 tablespoon honey Blender Straws Red fruits (strawberries, raspberries, cherries) Cranberry, apple, or grape juice (or all...
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... filled with similes, metaphors, and idioms about love and all things love-related. In this fun creative writing and drawing activity, your child can pick a few of his...
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... all the way onto the pin and still be able to attach it to an article of clothing. Fill it halfway with the green beads, and then thread on the smaller safety pin...
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... book based on its appearance. All you need is a novel your child is interested in reading and a little patience. After analyzing the book's front cover, he'll need...
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... that his crushed can artwork is complete, it's time to display. Charles Kaufman frames and hangs all of his crushed can artwork: what will you do with yours...

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