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... the paper square. Does she notice how the printed lines make four squares within the cut-out one? Have her use a pencil to very lightly draw a line through all the...
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... clothespins all around the outside of his plant base. (This will serve as the holder for his plant.) When his planter is complete, allow him to decorate it however he&rsquo...
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... can still partake in all the fun with a few rounds of friendly competition at home. In keeping with Olympic spirit, you can award gold, silver and bronze medals to...
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... cut or torn into 1" wide strips 1 cup all-purpose flour 2 cups water Mixing bowl Large balloon Clear drying, non-toxic glue Small bowl Tissue...
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... image on the film. It’s an inexpensive project, a great science experience to learn about optics, and a fun art activity, too! Best of all, making the camera is...
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... concepts to you. Have him review any of these concepts that he has heard of but isn’t quite comfortable with. (Your child may not have covered all of these concepts...
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...;  N   D Continue with the next spelling word. Once your child has deciphered all her words, and practiced spelling them, give your child a new spy...
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... would read “Changes color to hide from predators.” Once all the cards are completed, turn them facedown and make as many matches as possible. Turn...
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... breathe while the mask is being formed. Make sure all the facial features are impressed into the foil, including his eyes, lips, jaw line, chin, etc. Gently remove...
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...; x 30” (but it’s OK if it’s a little bigger or a little smaller). A second large sheet of paper in a bright color, at least 2” bigger all...
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....   Step 4: Just for Fun This experiment may be all about science, but there’s no reason you can’t add a little kitch. Have you ever come across a...
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... about 6 inches long each. Use the yarn to tie all of the pages together into one book. If your objects are too thick, you may need to create 2 books, one for...
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...! Remember, science is all around us! SCIENCE SCAVENGER HUNT  Find an example of… Definition...
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...By the start of kindergarten, most kids are able to sing the "Alphabet Song." But reading, writing and understanding all those letters and their sounds? That takes...
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... dark brown or black in color). Close the lid and keep the container covered at all times unless you're observing the mealworms. Now it's time to observe...
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... is all about the use of rich adjectives which employ the use of the senses: sight: including colors, sizes and shapes, such as round, green, large sound...
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... are all activities that will allow your child to develop as a reader, writer, and student. What You Need: Internet access Dictionary 2 journals or...
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... in the Northern Hemisphere year round. The Big Dipper is actually not a constellation at all, but part of The Great Bear. And the North Star, Polaris, is not the...
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... few extras you can do to expand the project. First off, when your child is preparing the “mold,” invite him to place some small seashells all around the...
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... your drawing. As you start drawing, remember that observation and detail are the most important aspects. Be prepared to slow down and take in all minute...

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