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Celebrate the blooming season with your kid by showing him how to make a magical spring mosaic out of all natural materials!
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... child cut them out. Next, have him accordion fold the strips, starting at one end and folding back and forth all the way to the other end. Sketch out the skull...
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... one end of the yarn back and forth through all of the holes. Start the weave from behind the plate. Leave at least 2 inches at your starting point behind the plate...
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... winter season. Does your child know how trees survive the winter covered by all that snow? Find out together! winter centerpiece, winter, seasons, centerpiece, make a centerpiece, snow, cotton projects...
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...This 100th Day of School, have some fun with your first or second grader, looking for creative ways that 100 cents can make $1.00! In first and second grade, kids...
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...Introduce your child to science with something she sees everyday--her shadow! Not all science needs to be complicated! On the next sunny day, grab some chalk and...
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... paper on the edge, carefully trim it down so the edge is even all the way around. Paint the toilet paper roll brown with tempera paint. Put it aside and allow it...
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... to sums of 14 with a game he can play all by himself. Using a deck of cards and his knowledge of addition, he'll strive to lower his score each and every...
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... repeating this activity in different seasons. Ask your child to make some predictions about how the garden/outdoor surroundings will change from Spring to Summer to Fall...
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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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... precise score of 50, without going over. If a player goes over 50, they have to start all over again at 0. This game is a heart-pounding addition competition that...
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... gets to be "it". Start over from step 2, having Player A pick a silly phrase and pose questions to Player B. Keep going back and forth until neither...
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... child to hypothesize (make a prediction) about what will happen when the wind blows it. Will it spin? Will it sway back and forth? make a mobile, bug mobile, homemade mobile, insect mobile, pipe cleaner craft...
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... boxes, for each of the pages. Now your child can fold the strip of paper back and forth like an accordion, by folding it on the first line, then flipping it...
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.... In first grade, children need to read, read, read. And one of the ways they move forward is to write, write, write at the same time! Here is a way to cover both...
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... until one of them covers all 13 spaces. first grade math, first grade game, first grade math game, addition game, first grade addition, first grade addition game, dice game, math dice game...
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...Show your child how to count to 100 by tens, and he'll get an adorable cheerio necklace in the process! Especially in kindergarten and first grade, you've probably...
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... a few clicks of the mouse! These ideas are great for children of all ages! all ages, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade, arts and crafts...
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... to cut in half, or to double-- a great way for them to practice the early fractions they're learning in first grade. What You Need: 1/2 cup quick oats...
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... learn these new words. The first player to sum up all his problems and color in his entire ice cream cone wins the game! Celebrate by eating some real, delicious ice cream for a treat! first grade, second grade, third grade, math, summer...

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