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... remaining spaces in the grid. Cut out all of the circles. On the bottom row of the grid, write "jump." Letter four matching markers J, U, M and P...
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... child has started writing, let him label the columns for practice. Encourage him to write or dictate to you all of his observations about the picture under the...
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..., becoming food for bacteria and earthworms. These little creatures helped produce a nutrient-rich all-natural organic fertilizer for your garden. Spread this rich, dark...
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... the flat sides of the carton. Cut all the way around the top of the milk carton by cutting along the lines drawn with the pencil. This should cut off the end of the...
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... it around her body for safe keeping all Thanksgiving day! kindergarten, arrow and quiver, arrow, quiver, make your own, arts and crafts, craft, project, paper arrow and quiver set...
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... long to be the next Captain Hook? This great craft activity will provide an invaluable accessory for any costume box: a pirate hook! All you need are some everyday...
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... all! What You Need: 2 sets of different, non-assorted stickers (stickers in simple shapes and solid colors work best here, such as a sheet of stars, hearts...
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... all over the caterpillar’s body. Next, have your child compose her own story about food and The Great Big Quite Enormous Very Hungry Caterpillar! Depending...
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... paper across the top as you did with the first can. Finally, fill the third can half full with sand and cover with the construction paper. Put all three cans in...
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... kindergarten biologist, seeds can be a source of huge delight. Each one is different, after all; and they can be categorized into groups. And then, of course, there...
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... for as many cards as necessary. Laminate! Run your card through a laminator so that there is a plastic border at least 1/4” wide all around. Staple or glue...
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.... Help your child tie on and knot each of the threaded pieces of yarn to the holes in the cardboard disc. Leave the hole in the center open. After all of the...
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... planetary material. Complex understanding of concepts like mass and volume will follow in years to come, but right now, you are helping your child gain hands-on, common sense familiarity with how all this works in the real world. kindergarten science...
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... predictions, the backbone of later science. Plus, it's a great way to make use of all those mismatched socks! kindergarten, science, science experiment, gardening, sock garden...
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... with t? Have him dictate while you write. If he's interested in doing the writing, by all means let him dig in! From the next paper plate, cut out four turtle...
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....  Temperature was very important in all of this—if it had gotten too hot, the bacteria would have died.  So in case there’s any doubt—there...
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... all have spores. Spores are the very small - almost microscopic - dustlike material that a mushroom uses to spread its "seed" or repopulate. If you have...
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... back and forth. Watch the sand gently move as the waves go by. Shake up the bottle. What happens to the sand? What happens to the shells? Does all the sand move as the...
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... go around her entire waist. Fold the top of each strip over the string and staple it closed. Do this until the string is full of green strips all the way around...
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... allows kids to get creative, it also helps them learn about all of the natural color around them. What You Need: Foods for painting (dry mustard, paprika, cocoa...

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