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... brings with it cold, snow, and sometimes, cabin fever. Despite the frigid temperatures, it’s important for children of all ages to stay active and get lots of...
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This is a simple, nutritious food kids love for snacks and lunches all year.
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... pre-selected paint chip colors. When he's all done, he'll get a chance to show off his artistry by creating a paint chip scrapbook—complete with his original...
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Remind your child of all the things that go bump, bump in the night with a fun post-Halloween activity.
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.... Continue until you and your child have represented all of the tally marks on the graph. Discuss the data shown on the graph. Have your child tell you what each...
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Tissue Valentine's hearts make great decorations and help your child work out those all-important fine motor skills.
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Teach your little one to appreciate all the best things in life with a keepsake Thanksgiving plate.
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All you and your kid need for this entertaining game are some conversation hearts, a candy that's practically synonymous with Valentine's Day!
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All you need is chalk and pavement to set up this silly, fun, and practical game that reinforces important first grade vocabulary.
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Get ready for Halloween with a pumpkin mask! When he dons the finished mask, all his friends will squeal with Halloween-y delight.
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With a newspaper, highlighter, and some fun extra prizes, you can help your first grader start lifetime reading habits with print all around us.
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Coffee filter snowflakes are an easy winter craft and a good way to involve children of all ages in holiday decorating.
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Celebrate all your wonderful tongue taste buds with a giant paper tongue project -- you'll even get to decorate it with actual pieces of candy!
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All your child will need are her hands to create a kooky, spooky spider. While making her spider she'll get practice both drawing and cutting out shapes.
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Learn all about Native American culture as your child constructs her own Native American talking stick using string and various nature items.
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For your budding first grade scientist, all you need is some simple, natural materials to create an amazing ant farm. Here's how to get started.
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Having some dancing skeletons hanging around the house is great way to prepare for All Hallows' Eve. This is a great activity for honing fine motor skills.
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April showers may bring May flowers, but your child can preserve the beauty of spring's bounty all year long with this simple craft project!
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Famous statues of gargoyles protect churches and houses all over Europe, and now your kid can have one of his own, complete with squishy tongue and bouncy arms!
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Try this simple activity to stimulate some very complex thinking with your first grader to develop those all-important reading and comprehension skills.

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