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...-line switch What You Do: Find the cups. Children can collect them all at once during a party or save them from the recycling bin a few at a time. The colors...
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... come mind about the people in the painting. He should try to describe the scene using all of his senses. What does he hear? See? Smell? After the 10 minutes are...
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... magazine clippings that represent their friendship. She could also add a border to each page with stickers or markers. After all the pages are complete, she...
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... most important to him out of all of his goals, or what he wishes to work on first. Instruct your child to write his heart's intention in the middle of the heart...
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... continue until one of them has all of the cards. Whoever has the most cards at the end of the game wins! Helpful Hint: Here's a cheat sheet to remind...
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.... Once he is done, have him correct his work with the answer key. It is less important for your child to obtain all the answers without looking at the answer key...
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..., and then continue using the needle and thread to sew through the center of the rectangles and hold them all in place. As a finishing touch, have her cut out a...
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... appropriate blanks. Once all the blanks are filled, have a good laugh as you read your new myth aloud! mad libs, make your own mad lib, writing practice, parts of speech, grammar, mythology, myth mad lib, Greek mythology...
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..., then go over them with pen. Once she has drawn all the hieroglyphs, have her color the cartouche. Hang her cartouche on her bedroom door, on the refrigerator...
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... onions on top. Your guests won’t believe that your child made this dish all by himself! **This recipe is peanut free and tree nut free. stir fry recipe, beef stir fry, quick dinner recipe, cooking with kids, weeknight dinner...
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... them with fruit, nuts, or sprinkles and voila—you'll have a delicious, personalized treat that says "I love you" all over it! Make a batch of...
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... paper towel and continue pouring, flipping, and browning her crepes until all her batter is gone. Invite your child can create the sweet filling for the crepes by...
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... and cutting skills! Now invite your child to draw his design on the sandpaper using the crayons, encouraging him to press hard and cover all the sandpaper with...
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... ingredient smells and feels. All these things mix together to create something really special! While she’s stirring everything together, encourage your...
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... meaning of the writing sample entirely. Some, but not all, are humorous. Remember, it may take more than one try to write a really good found poem. Now both of you...
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...There are always two sides to an important issue. So build a Debate Book! You hear about the state of the world's environment all the time in the news. Don'...
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...’s asked to find the range of a set of numbers, to think of it as reaching all the way from the lowest number to the highest. The range is what’s in between...
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... oatmeal all work well Soap molds or muffin tin What You Do: Use a food processor or cheese grater to finely shred unscented and uncolored bar(s) of soap...
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... ship, the opponent should call out “You sunk my ship!” The first player to sink all of the opponent’s ships wins the game.   plotting points, graphing, graphs, ordered pairs, y-axis, x-axis, mapping...
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..., check her work. If she has done it all correctly, give her the money for the fun night out and set up a date and time for it. Don’t forget to have her figure...

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