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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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... made a sweet bouquet for all seasons—a delightful gift for a teacher, grandma, or any other special person in your child's life. first grade, 1st grade...
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... to germinate (sprout). Place the pot in a warm, sunny window. Once the grass starts to grow, make sure you rotate the pot so that all sides of the grass...
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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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... 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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...It's easy to turn old magazines into a fast-and-furious finding game that's both fun and educational for kids. Let the games begin! It’s easy to turn old...
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...Invite a few families over and host a hearty autumnal supper certain to keep everyone wickedly warm during the outdoor pumpkin carving bonanza. These pumpkin...
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... your yard and the hose sitting nearby. Bring on the mud! Chalk is a fun outdoor tool, but it's not the only game in town. If you're looking for something to...
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...You don't need to head to the Arctic to explore life in an igloo. Your child can build her own at home. All you need is water, empty milk containers, and some super...
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... each group hide. The rest of the children hide their eyes and count aloud to 20 (or whatever number is appropriate). Tell the children that they are all...
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... time you play Picture Book Charades, you may want to form teams with you and your first grader on one team and another adult or older child on the opposing team. charades, acting, reading, comprehension, group games...
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... aim his throws at the pizza board. This amusing activity can be played by just you and your child, but it is also a surefire hit to entertain all of his friends...
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...Help your child practice new writing and math skills with a fun outdoor activity that will have your child teaching you! By using watercolor paints to practice...
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... master at this age. This game works best in big groups. If a one-word match-up seems too easy for the group, you can also string several words along the web strand...
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... "cookies"! Some leftover bread, peanut butter, and birdseed are all it takes. As an extra bonus, your child's motor skills and dexterity will be given a boost...
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... items together and place a price tag in front of them. For example, all the 5 cent items should be in one group. All the $1 items are in one group and so on. ...
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... pull out all nines, tens, jacks, queens, and kings. You can save them for more advanced games later. While this game can be played by up to four players, you&rsquo...
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... enjoy butterflies coming and going all day long! This is actually a simple project that's easy to maintain. It just takes a little patience and some butterfly...
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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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