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Orchestrate a Cupid's arrow tossing game among your child and his friends. This fun game cultivates important motor skills and hand-eye coordination, too.
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Turn printed family photos into a sturdy "flash card" game to help your child learn the names and faces of near and distant relatives.
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Let your child help you create a fire escape plan poster to hang in the house in case of an emergency!
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This winter garden project is just about bomb-proof, and believe it or not, it might even make a great gift. So get craft happy with your first grader!
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First graders learn the six parts of a plant...but do they really understand? Try this plant-themed meal plan to bring school science into the home.
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This fall-themed missing letter activity is a great way to help your child learn the alphabet, build her vocabulary and bolster letter recognition skills.
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Celebrate Read Across America Day with your first grader by playing a pink crepe paper racing game inspired by Dr. Seuss's book "The Cat in the Hat Come Back."
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A car game for road trips with children.
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This game is the perfect way to prepare your child for any shopping adventures you may embark upon, all while practicing important math concepts.
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Foster a love of words in your little cupid this Valentine's Day by creating a memory game that doubles as an early reading activity.
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Challenge your first grader to wordsmith her way to victory with this puzzle! Who can find the most words in the letters of "Saint Patrick's Day"?
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Any St. Patrick's Day celebration is sure to involve mischief, treats, and a whole lot of green. This leprechaun game will add a little learning to the mix.

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