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... perfectly symmetrical. Once finished, take the pencil and push two holes in the top of mountain all the way down to the bottom. Then, use the pencil to make horizontal...
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... connect with the past hands-on. Help fourth graders stitch all these ideas together by letting them quilt something of their own! In many fourth grade classrooms, kids...
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... a balloon is burst of fun and this balloon popping party game is a great way to harness the energy of a group full of rambunctious kids. Although all...
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... numbers and black cards are positive numbers. Have them all turn over the top card on their stacks at the same time. Ask them who has the highest number. The...
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...Work on two math concepts in one fun game! Use your knowledge of positive and negative numbers to make predictions based on probability. All you need is a deck of...
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... learning into a fun recycling game. All you need are a few items to create a game that's not only perfect for Earth Day, but for every day of the year! What...
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..., and it will leave your child all buttered up for more kitchen chemistry! Science is all around us, especially in the kitchen. Why? In the kitchen we bake, fry, boil...
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... times each altogether left multiplied by  divided by in all fewer product of quotient of add...
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... all the cooking utensils and ingredients needed. Discuss how many people the recipe serves, and compare that with the number of guests. Do you need to double...
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..., or crayons What You Do: Look at tons of photos on the Internet of buildings in cities from around the world with your child. Have her tell you all the...
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... Pencil Paper Ruler Counters (plastic chips, pennies, beans) Scratch paper What You Do: Have your child and all other players write a unique...
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...: Your child should first collect some sweet smelling flowers from the yard. Lavender, lilac, honeysuckle and rose petals all have strong fragrances, but other flowers...
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... Olives, red peppers, or slices of salami Toothpicks Paring knife What You Do: Start by gathering all the ingredients and inviting your child to...
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... will pick a team captain. Hand over the coin to the captain of the hiding team. The hiding team members will all put their hands underneath the table and pass the...
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...Planning a 4th of July picnic? Give your kids a chance to help out by making this creative (and practical) caddy for all of your picnic wares. As an added "green...
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... child’s initial word count by as many words as possible, but to still retain all the important information necessary to understanding what happened. Record the...
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... aside one sheet of paper for each new word that is to be introduced or practice. Place the pages in a stack and fold them all into half to form a booklet. Staple the...
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... corners. Cut fringe into all four sides of the blanket. Cut through both layers of fabric at the same time, to ensure that they are the same size. Fringe pieces can...
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..., this means you should not cut all the way through the paper; there should be an 1" wide area that is not cut through. It may be helpful to use a pencil and ruler...
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...Foreshortening: it's all about perspective! Here's a fun and hands on art craft to teach your child about visual effects. Have a blast teaching your child...

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