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... brackets Picnic food and blanket (optional) What You Do: Have your child tear, cut, or rip the fabric into long strips. This step may be best for an...
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... Paintbrush What You Do: Have your child fold the watercolor paper in half lengthwise, to create a long vertical card. Now she can choose her favorite...
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... length that when doubled over will still be long enough to hang the ornament after frozen, about 12 inches or so. You can also use a long pipe cleaner. Put this &ldquo...
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... inquires about how life was long, long ago, have him make his own version of a prehistoric painting. While creating his masterpiece, he’ll...
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... strips to form the top and bottom of the pencil as well as two thinner pieces. The strips should be 5 inches long and ½ inch wide. The other pieces should be...
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... Sharpie Ruler Scissors Needle and thread Jump ring   What You Do: Because you will be cutting long narrow strips, it will be easiest...
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... long. Thread one of these pieces of embroidery floss through the needle. Knot the thread. One inch from one corner of your square, insert the needle between...
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... long chain to drape across the wall for a fine holiday decoration. It's doesn't hurt to have a pot of gold waiting at each end! What You Need: Colored...
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... What You Do: Help your child measure 1-3 pieces of embroidery floss per pencil and cut each strand to 18" long. Show your child how to tie the floss...
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... from white poster paper to be a long, vertical, rectangular shape, around 12 inches wide by 28 inches long. Have your child look at a website of Japanese kakizome...
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... 12-18” long A sturdy piece of dry grass A piece of twine -- about 14” long Hula hoop A straight stick, at least 1” thick and about 20&rdquo...
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...;s an activity that gives your third grader a chance to pull out her addition and multiplication skills to help your whole family take a good look at what those...
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... only way for children to polish their arithmetic skills is to practice their math facts. However, doing simple addition, subtraction, multiplication and division drills...
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... fitness and and friendly competition is perfect for burning off extra energy, sharpening math skills (especially multiplication tables) and learning mental math&mdash...
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... multiplication. Although the boxes may look non-traditional, the game of hopscotch is still timelessly fun. Make your boxes...and then hop on. In teacher terms, you'...
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... applying multiplication to find the total area. Once you've got the hang of the game, assign different values to the cards! What You Need: Deck of cards...
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.... For older kids looking for a bigger challenge, play the same game using multiplication instead. Ask the players what number they'd like to use as the winning...
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... cardboard. Decorate the tree with glitter, sequins and glue! Create other holiday trees for different math facts. Try a subtraction, multiplication, or division tree...
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... incorporate multiplication and division problems. addition, addition game, sums of 100, second grade, second grade addition, 2nd grade, second grade math, second grade addition game, second grade math game, addition activity, math card game...
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... horizontally or vertically depending on how long you want your strips to be. Long strips will create wider links, and a looser paper chain. Short strips will create...

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