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Play hopscotch with numbers, but also with letters, to get kids ready for first grade reading.
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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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By using watercolor paints to practice writing letters, sentences, and math problems, your child will practice first grade skills in his "Sidewalk School."
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This time-based word builder is the perfect way to boost your child's vocabulary. Mix and match letters to see how many words she can come up with!
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... in all capitals or in all lowercase. Leave enough space between each word so that they are easy to cut out. Have her carefully cut out all of the words as...
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... is a great educational activity for first graders, who practice the 'conventions' of writing in school. Kids will practice writing with capital letters...
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... the perimeter of the circle. Use a black marker to write a lowercase "e" on this flap. Use the marker to write a word on the circle directly to the left...
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...Keep the reading wheels turning with this fun activity that helps kids practice blending letters and word endings into words. In first grade, the reading wheels are...
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... child get in the mood for fall and try to help her figure out which letters are missing! What You Need: Poster board Glue stick Scissors...
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... alphabet blocks (preferably wooden ones) containing the letters of the child’s name, your family's last name, or words such as 'Menorah' or '...
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... she wants to keep things simple, she can also draw letters or a short word in bubble letters. Tell her that they drawings should not be too detailed; she will have to...
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... practice writing "Happy Birthday" on the scratch paper. (If he's up for a challenge, have him tackle bubble letters with the help of these handy how-to...
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...: Find the word “arcane” Find a word that starts with the letters RIDI and means “something laughable” (Answer: ridiculous) Find a verb...
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... emerging readers to improve their reading skills by tying letters and words with their real-life counterparts around the house or yard. By having players hunt down...
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...A contraction is an abbreviated form of two words. It contains an apostrophe which indicates that there are missing letters. Help your child figure out...
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...: decoration! Lay the cut foam on a flat, protected table surface, and help your child outline letters on the center front: #1 DAD. Then your child can squeeze glitter paint...
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..., dreidels, and the words “Happy Hanukkah!" If you would rather use them as placecards, ask you child to simply press the letters of each person's name or...
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... a pattern she likes. This is a great time to teach patterns with letters, by assigning a letter of the alphabet to each color. She can then see which order she...
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... a big learning milestone for most kids. Sometimes though, remembering the proper order of letters can be quite daunting. Help your child learn alphabetical order by...
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... out the name of a number (one, two, three, and so on) in very large, clear block letters. On the back of each paper (held horizontally), write the  number...

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