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.... When it's all finished, bind it with staples or with punched holes and string. Stuck on the types of questions to ask, and the type of text to use in the book...
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...Amidst all of the excitement of kindergarten, children are working hard to develop good concentration and memory skills. Building these skills can take lots of...
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... bringing along on outdoor picnics or camping trips! games, kindergarten games, tic tac toe, tic-tac-toe, nature activities, science, life science...
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...Make a collage to celebrate the changing seasons and explore math concepts. This fun art project is a great way to introduce your child to some basic geometry. A...
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...This circle game practices patterning and flexes your child's memory. Party games are just plain fun. But, they can also provide a rich learning environment where...
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... toy. What did kids play with before they had television and video games? Button buzzers have been a popular toy throughout history. They were used by colonial...
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..., kindergarten activity, math racers, math game, math activity, counting, addition game, addition, numbers, outdoor games, math relay, math race, addition race...
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... equal sign. Always remember: with math facts, repetition and memorization are crucial. Try combining this teaching aid with number lines and other math games...
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... learning, and let them know that this is a writing toolkit they can keep building for years to come. first grade, games, writing, reading...
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... and popsicle sticks scattered all over your house. After all, no one wants to throw out something that might be used one day, and that includes everything from a...
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...Re-purpose an old t-shirt into a simple smock to use for all your child's cooking and art projects. He'll have a blast doing activities, and you won't have to worry...
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...Kids love play dough. They can play with it for hours on end. Here's a way to put a fresh spin on an all-time kid favorite: scented play dough! This activity is...
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...’s science! What You Need: Water Baby shampoo Package of unflavored gelatin (ex. Knox brand) Glycerin (you can get this at most pharmacies, all...
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... to spread the branches in all directions, all across the poster board or sheet of paper, as you'll eventually tape lots of paper leaves on them.) Help your...
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... decorate for any and all fall festivities. What You Need: Strips of cut construction paper, (8.5" x 1/2" or 1") 2 brads, or a mini ...
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...There's nothing like a treasure hunt to get kids excited. The good news is that all that pirate booty can be used to boost their math skills. Here's how to work the...
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... into words—in classrooms, you can expect to see activities, worksheets, and flashcards all devoted to developing this skill. But even with all these resources...
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... nicks and cuts, because this project doesn't require glass at all—in fact, all you need are some simple household items. It's the perfect project to do rain or...
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... fun and create something they're proud of. All it takes is a few basic household items and the result is hours of galactic enjoyment. So countdown: 10, 9, 8...

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