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... with the ruler and write down the length. Help your child make a circle using the piece of string, placing it on a table. Review the term “circumference...
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... oven. What You Need: a ruler a piece of string cut to 16 inches. a pan of brownies a print out of the table below a pencil What You...
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... chalk line, or use a marker such as a tree or a sign to show her where to stop. Ask her to estimate how many times her bicycle wheel went around. Use the string to...
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.... Play this game multiple times and assign the cards several different values in order to get as much practice as possible. math game, math card game, third grade...
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... dinner table, and if your child gets stumped all you'll have to do is refer to the answers for help. The best part about this activity is that you'll be...
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... several times so that it fits together in a repeating pattern, filling up the entire page with your interlocking shape without any spaces in between. You can use a...
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... possible. Play this game many times, and you can only expect the benefits to multiply. St. Patrick's Day, social studies, math, activities...
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... child write each of different circle terms 5 different times in the grid. Then, write the definitions of the terms on a separate piece of paper...
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... fold it in half a couple times and also encourage him to experiment folding and cutting the paper various ways to create a unique snowflake. Invite him to open the...
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... taping it to the outside of your house, hanging it on a clothes line, or simply draping across a picnic table. Now anyone driving by your house can see your child's...
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... Tissue paper, or netting Candy, toys or coins What You Do: Place the orange sheet of construction paper on a table horizontally, or in landscape...
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...-hopping spaceship heading for a faraway planet. Now the fun begins. Pull off all but one or two blocks, and place them all in a heap on the table with some other...
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... =1. Shuffle the cards and place them face down in the center of the table. Each player needs a pencil, ruler and a piece of paper. When his turn comes, each...

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