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... memento that requires little-to-no effort on your part. When it's completed, you'll be left with an item that you can use on a daily basis. All of your friends and...
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... story of the journey back. The epic poem centers on Odysseus, King of Ithaca, husband to Penelope, and father to Telemachus. When the poem opens, all the famous...
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...: Combine all ingredients except the wrappers and vegetable oil in a large mixing bowl. Pour some water into a small bowl and set it near your workspace...
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... back on your own high school years, it's hard to imagine the intellectual development and emotional ups and downs you went through all those years ago. And even for a...
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... each participant. Establish a context for all the participants so that everyone understands the history and purpose of the activity. Though some people may confuse...
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... drawing just slightly into the next row, fold the paper over to hide her work, and pass it to the next player. Players take turns until all of the rows are filled...
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... have one). Make a straight line with the chalk. Cut out all of the chalk lines and pin the sides together. The pins should allow for a 5/8" side seam. Have...
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... What You Do: Have your child list her favorite meals on a sheet of lined paper. They don't all have to be complete meals; she can also jot down her favorite...
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..., why do you, of all people, have to be a Montague? Deny thy father and refuse thy name Blow off your dad and take a new name Or, of thou wilt not, be but...
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... selected card is an ace, it’s a free pass. The player collects the card and leaves it in front of him, face up. When all four aces have been collected, the review is over! high school, literature, reading, writing...
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... future goals and also spend some time reflecting on his life. This activity also provides an opportunity to talk about the future without all the urgency of SATs...
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... without ever leaving your kitchen! This activity offers a great chance to bond with your child in a low-key, approachable way. After all, who doesn't love getting...
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... involved. With all the everyday life lessons to keep track of (look both ways before crossing, wash your hands, etc.) it's hard to think about the big topics, such...
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... to learn all about dice and probability. Ask him how many different ways there are to roll 2 dice. Remind him that there are 6 options on both sides. Together...
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... part of an “editorial staff” rather than do all the work himself! What You Need: Internet and/or library access A couple curious friends...
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... charges. In all electrical activity, like charges repel and opposite charges attract. When you rub the comb, friction causes a positive charge to build up in the...
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... as soon as he walks in the door and smells the brownies baking in the oven. We all know how to find the area and perimeter of a rectangle. But as your child...
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... finding all of the necessary ingredients to make this recipe, including identifying the correct measuring spoons and cups. Help your younger child if she is not...
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... into the cookie. All that’s left is to deliver the invitations and have a good time! high school, arts and crafts, craft, fabric crafts, fortune cookie cards, fortune cookie invitations, party invitations, make party invitations, invitations...
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... to apply craft glue to the entire top surface of the star. Show your child how to place one tissue paper square over the star, covering all points, and pressing...

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