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..., they’ll start learning more about the way our world is made up of all those shapes. Here's a great way for your child to get ready for the new challenges in a...
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... that repeats over and over. In order to reinforce other math skills, have your child count all the beads in the set. Then, when you’ve gotten to aa&mdash...
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... begging your children to wash their hands before handling food? Kindergarten kids need to build this healthy habit, but we all know that it can be a big power...
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... healthy and strong se we can fight off sickness. Kidney beans, which are a type of legume and not really vegetables at all, are high in potassium, which keeps our...
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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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... letters are clearly marked off.  Then help your child cut around the outer edges, leaving a ¼” margin all the way around.  You’ve made...
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.... Talking about our differences with our children helps them understand how we all fit into the world. The children can repeat the process to make more "body...
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... some sight words may include: all, am, are, at, ate, be, black, brown, but, came, did, do, eat, four, get, good, have, he, into, like, must, new, no, now, on, our...
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... her place some more beans. It’s a good idea to wait a few minutes in between gluing each section so that the beans have time to dry. Once all the...
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... water. Ask your child to describe what the eggs look like. (They are clear, or see-through, and they are all clumped together.) Explain that real frog eggs are like...
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... keep a creative and memorable record of all of your child's First Days along her journey as a student. first day of school, arts and crafts, preschool...
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... have creating his own ruler! Who says that all school supplies need to be store-bought? Teach your child about recycling and reusing with this simple math-based...
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... pictograph is a fun, simple way to learn about the scientific method, discover nature, and explore counting concepts all while creating a unique work of art. If you do...
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... forward to and what he wishes might happen in the upcoming year. back to school, writing, kindergarten, all ages, reading...
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... think about the lines and shapes that he is creating. If the craft stick is not cutting all the way through the clay, go back over what your child has ‘carved...
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... his reading and writing skills. You can inspire and encourage the inner storyteller in your child with this activity by having him create some fairy tale dice! All...
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... your child can turn the living room into his very own train station. All aboard! kindergarten, kindergarten activity, arts and crafts, trains, train activity, milk...
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...  more unique! Once your shield has been able to dry all the way, attach the string to the back of the shield. Do this by helping your child punch a hole on...
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... burlap to keep the yarn from slipping out. Follow the above steps with the second color of yarn, and so on. When she's all done, make sure the knots on the...
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... anything else that sounds like loads of fun! Now your child has a playhouse she can use whenever and wherever she wants. When she's all done, just fold it up and...

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