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....” Teachers use a variety of methods—oral, hands-on, and auditory—to practice the all-important skill of being able to blend onsets with rimes...
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.... Recycling and reusing, of course, are two basic ways that people of all ages can help to save our planet. Fostering an appreciation for plant and animal life, too, is...
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...;th.” As experienced readers, adults take these combinations for granted, but for early readers, they can be pretty frustrating. After all, kids only just...
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... and read/spell the word cards correctly is the winner. If she is playing alone and you are showing her the cards, she is the winner when she has completed the hopscotch grid and read/spelled all words correctly. second grade reading, writing...
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... little chef get out her toy blender (or a large mixing bowl and spoon) and put all of the letter tiles inside. As the customer, it's your job to shout out your...
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... other side of the scrap paper, help your child spell all the dishes on the Thanksgiving menu. Now that she has her rough draft, give your third grader markers and index...
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... the blank hole-punched paper on the top, and line up all the holes. Next, thread a piece of yarn or string through each of the three holes and tie into a sturdy bow...
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... (moving left to right) and mentally adds all of the face-up cards in the column. The goal is for your total to be as close to 20 as possible. Face cards (Ace, King...
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... that they roughly fit the frames, and then glue them in place. Wear your wacky glasses around town and enjoy all the giggles you inspire! cereal box, craft, kids, fun craft, silly, wacky, eyes, glasses, eyeglasses, sunglasses...
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... scrapbook box What You Do: Tell your child you’re going to create a special time capsule all about him. He can use it to document an event in his life...
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... hide best on those leaves and why. Place all of the leaves and butterflies at the center of the table for your child to match independently, and let your child...
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... top flaps off all the boxes. Leave the bottoms intact and taped shut. (Do not discard the extra flaps; you’ll need them to build a chimney, shutters, etc...
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... will read stories galore about all sort of animals, real and imaginary. They'll work hard to “decode” the words—learn how their letter sounds...
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... your child’s zooming headlights? Experts say that that answer lies in routine, routine, routine. Here’s an activity that can help get all of you calmly...
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... encouraging her to match those pictures and make movies in her head as he moves forward. This will carry her through chapter books, nonfiction books, and all sorts of...
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... solid grasp possible of periods, question marks, commas and exclamation points—the four most common punctuation marks in all our sentences. In second grade...
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... out that she really can read and understand it after all! first grade reading, homonyms, reading, first grade, reading activity, homonym activity...
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... petal hand soaps. The discovery of soap was one of the most important in human history. Just think about all the things we use soap for, from keeping clothes and dishes...
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... his predictions. Redo the experiment, but this time place all the pennies on one side of the boat and record the results. Then place half of them on one side, and...
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... pioneers would have started with a dirt floor, but not your child. Make the floor by placing two popsicle sticks down vertically a few inches apart. Drizzle glue all...

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