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... you live on or around a fault line? Are you in hurricane territory? Be ready to cover all your bases by researching tornadoes, earthquakes, fires, and floods. What...
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... impressed. Make sure to thank your young decorator too. It is Thanksgiving, after all! thanksgiving decorations, thanksgiving project, thanksgiving craft, family...
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..., or combinations thereof. They can decorate their poems with pictures or just use the pictures for inspiration! Remind them that while some poems rhyme, not all of...
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... another way to group the objects.  For example, she might put the screws and nails together because they’re all the same length, or the washers and bolts...
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..., and do for home entertainment. After your child is done, have her explain all the various features of the fairy dwelling. In a few days, go back to that location...
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... catalogs and magazines, tape one picture onto each index card. When you're finished, put all the cards, picture side down, into the box. Invite your child to play...
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... her make a deep connection with the natural world (an all too rare gift in this high tech day and age!), which she'll hopefully carry with her not only through...
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... handwriting skills by painting capital letters. Be sure to paint using the same direction you would if you were writing them on paper. Repeat this process for all of...
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... describe what summertime tastes like, ask him what was the last thing he ate at a barbecue or picnic, and go from there. Once all the sentences are complete...
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...! All done? No need to throw the materials away. Keep a “counting box” in the house with various items that are safe for your child to count...
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..., creak or even whistle! Keep a good sense of humor about you and prepare for traffic, as your child’s friends and neighbors appear to see what all the...
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... they might be the same color. Ask your child if she can find any more pictures that belong in the group. Continue playing this game until all the objects have been...
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... gets a turn, following steps 2 and 3, until everyone gets a chance to play and all of the multiplication tables are practiced by each player. If a player chooses a...
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... balls. Repeat this process for all 3 cloud pictures. Use a hole puncher to place 1 hole on the top left and top right corners of each page. Then use scissors to...
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... demonstrate the wonders of pressure and condensation. All you need is the power of air and water to produce the amazing end result: a crushed soda can!  What...
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... Hot glue gun Craft glue, wrapping paper, plain paper, and markers or paint to decorate the outside of the box (all optional) What You Do: Carefully...
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..., then write “Veterinarian” on the opposing side. (You may want to assist with spelling questions). Once your child has finished illustrating all the...
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... should be made to scale and be able to comfortably within the small box. Once all elements of the scene are constructed, have your child arrange the items to create...
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... healthy and strong se we can fight off sickness. Kidney beans, which are a type of legume and not really vegetables at all, are high in potassium, which keeps our...
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... after handling the glitter before touching her face or eyes. After all of the contents have been added, apply glue with the hot glue gun around the inner ring of...

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