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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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.... 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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... 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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... 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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...;Does our planet Earth contain more land or more water?" This exercise can be done with an individual first grader or with a group. If you're working with...
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... oceans as insects are on land. And one of the stars of this group are crabs. Moving sideways among the rocks, snapping their pincers and googling their eyes are some of...
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... bringing it down to her level. Let your kid campaign! This simple activity will help her learn how a decision can be reached fairly by a group of people, once everyone...
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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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... and read the food pyramid together. The pyramid shows headings and pictures for each food group. Ask her if she recognizes any words, and check to see which ones...
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... balls. Repeat this process for all 3 cloud pictures. Use a hole puncher to place 1 hole on the top left and top right corners of each page. Then use scissors to...
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... appreciate it, too, because by experimenting with paint and crayons and other decorative tools, kids are also doing science, art and small-motor muscle building that all...
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... also a great time for some Olympics crafts that will keep your child from spending all his time glued to the action. Before the Games even begin, there is the...
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...For independent first graders, it's quite instructive to watch a group of ants work together to carry a crumb of food. Here's a writing activity that helps kids...
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... be all of the protection they need. Kids love playing games with flashlights like flashlight tag, flashlight reading, etc. Here is another fun activity with a...
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... this simple math game. For two players, all you need are two sheets of paper, two decks of cards, and some rubber bands for the games to begin. What You...
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... the glue dries, have your child use a pen to write 10 in the smallest circle, 8 in the next smallest -- all the way down in multiples of two. Have your child glue...
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... child prepare the bowl by placing all marbles in the bottom of the bowl and covering them with sand. Label cups. Have your child write each marble group color on a...
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... lip all the way to the chin Both of her ears She can now cut out each of these parts. She may require a bit of help from mom or dad to cut...
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... from the construction paper. The squares should all be about the same size, but the actual dimensions don’t matter. Just make sure that the squares are at...
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...; Scissors Oil pastel, or crayons Skewers Tape What You Do: Discuss the nature of the Ten Plagues of Egypt with your child, or group of...

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