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... activity by using the leftover rice for a different purpose. Now that your child has written all of his letters onto paper, have him glue rice on top. It may sound a...
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...;they’re a great game to pull out over snacks, in the car, or even when you’re sitting in the dentist office. Math is all around us; and with your help...
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... amount of time all the students in your school spend studying for tests in one year? Have your child think up with some of her own “Fermi Questions&rdquo...
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...’re learning how to record, organize, and show data. Of course, all of that can get a little dry. To spice it up, form your own Olympics committee and host The...
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... were. Repeat for each of the other types of weather, and when you have all the numbers, help her record the data on a graph by coloring in boxes. (You can enlarge the...
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..., by bringing the yarn down one hole and up through another hole. Continue until all of the holes are laced. (You can also use an old shoelace for this activity...
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... water, heated to about 100-110 degrees 2 eggs, room temperature 3 cups all purpose flour, unsifted ½ teaspoon anise seed ¼ cup sugar ¼...
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... stickers, draw pictures, paint designs, or all of the above, it’s up to him to make each mailbox special. Be sure to have him write each person’s name on their...
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... reflect on the past in a collective and creative setting. Games, trips, recitals, parties, milestones passed, and challenges met over the last year are all worthy to be...
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... difference, it just takes a bit of work. Encourage your teen to: Find out everything she possibly can about the issue from all sides. There's no way to argue her...
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...Challenge your third-grader to sharpen her new math skills--and maybe do the planet a favor, too. Chances are, you find yourself saying it to your kids all the...
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... first layer is slightly hardened, then add another layer of melted wax and more charms. (Don’t rush the process; all the charms will sink to the bottom if the...
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... relatively cool. Have your child check on the avocado regularly, making sure to keep the glass filled to the brim with water at all times. If the pit dries out...
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... amount of candy on it at the end. That winner gets to keep all the candies that landed on that number, too (but do feel free to adjust your own regulations!). Feel...
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....  Set up the answer quiz cards beyond the sponge station and have the answer facing down. Also, make sure all the numbers are visible. Have the two...
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.... Reduce, reuse, recycle. Almost everyone knows that phrase, but not all kids understand what it means. If you need a fun way to teach your kids about recycling, try this...
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... typically possible. When the mixtures cool, the water can no longer handle all that extra sugar. After you pour the lollipop solution in the...
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...One way to "trick" your child into getting extra practice with one-step equations is to play a variation of the classic game, tic tac toe. We all know how...
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... circle, either diameter, radius, or circumference, you can calculate all of the other values. So when doing math problems, she should focus on finding one of those...
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... – consult the teacher and see if he or she would like to participate by having the kids hunt for all types of energy being used in the classroom. middle school, science, activity, motion, energy...

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