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... the table. This is the target number. Announce that aces = 1. Count to three and have all players turn their cards over at the same time. Encourage players to...
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...;s Glue-All (not the school glue), your putty should bounce and transfer pictures just like the store-bought stuff.  Add food coloring or even a few sprinkles of...
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... 1/2 cup all-purpose flour 1 cup milk + 1 tablespoon lemon juice: allow to sit for 5 minutes 1/4 cup milk 1 tablespoon sugar 2 tablespoons...
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... Glue Duct tape Short vase, such as a round florist’s vase Flowers Water What You Do: Lay all four sheets of matzoh on a table and set two...
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... with each other. Seal the openings of the jars together with the duct tape. Ask your child to predict how many seconds it will take for all the sand to fall to the...
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... and reflector tape. Knights, pirates and Jedi Masters all need bright yellow swords. Princesses and fairies stand out with pink bangles and headbands. Puppy dogs and...
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... master computation skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. All you'll need is a deck of playing cards, scratch paper and a calculator...
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..., and even the bathtub! All you need is some paper, a pencil, and your own two feet! What You Need: Grid paper Plain paper Pencil What You Do...
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... symbols all over the paper mummy shape. She can now crumple the mummy up into a tight ball. Have her straighten out the mummy and press it flat. Mix...
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... the cereal bars by gathering and measuring all the ingredients. Along with getting the ingredients ready she’s learning more about measurement! She can put the...
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... also be described as enormous, large, huge, immense, gigantic or gargantuan. Point out that the words you are using all mean big. Have your child repeat the...
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... and replace them with new cards. Continue until all cards are used. If there aren't any cards that create 11, take all 9 cards amd shuffle them back into...
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... friendly ghost. Let him dump out his bag of candy corn on the construction paper. Don't use all the candy though! You want to save some to eat, of course...
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.... Next, have her draw two smaller circles, two inches in diameter each. Have her use scissors to cut out all two circles from the felt. With one of the 4-inch...
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... count out another 2 poms to add to the glove. Now count all of them together. How many poms are in the glove? Each time she answers correctly, she gets to keep...
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..., stringing the lantern together, then hanging it for all to see. It's also a great experience in teaching her how to carefully measure, cut, and assemble something...
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... a magical moment for most young readers when all that early kindergarten phonics seems to join forces with all those hours of guided reading practice…and...
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... kindergarten activity that combines all three—shape, color, and motion— to review basic shape terms that will be especially useful in math later on, when...
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...;have," "all," and "some" are all great examples of words you might want to put on the cards. Have your child close her eyes or go into...
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... be all of the protection they need. Kids love playing games with flashlights like flashlight tag, flashlight reading, etc. Here is another fun activity with a...

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