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... the blank hole-punched paper on the top, and line up all the holes. Next, thread a piece of yarn or string through each of the three holes and tie into a sturdy bow...
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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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... 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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... hide best on those leaves and why. Place all of the leaves and butterflies at the center of the table for your child to match independently, and let your child...
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... top flaps off all the boxes. Leave the bottoms intact and taped shut. (Do not discard the extra flaps; you’ll need them to build a chimney, shutters, etc...
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... water. Zip the bag securely shut. Put all three bags in sunny window for approximately 20 minutes, and then check them out: the first two bags will show no change in...
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.... Recycling and reusing, of course, are two basic ways that people of all ages can help to save our planet. Fostering an appreciation for plant and animal life, too, is...
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... that yes, the whole plant did get the water for food since all parts of the plant have now turned red (from absorbing the red water that was in the cup the day before...
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... it at all.  Tell your child that this is what is called an "estimate." Discuss with your child how much the caterpillar ate in one day and the...
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... enjoy butterflies coming and going all day long! This is actually a simple project that's easy to maintain. It just takes a little patience and some butterfly...
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... can be a big brain bender for first grade scientists. After all, you can’t see it, you can’t taste it, and if you try to reach out and touch it...
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... that repeats over and over. In order to reinforce other math skills, have your child count all the beads in the set. Then, when you’ve gotten to aa&mdash...
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... begging your children to wash their hands before handling food? Kindergarten kids need to build this healthy habit, but we all know that it can be a big power...
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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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..., to get in some writing practice. Grab some magazines with pictures of all types of food, or newspaper ads from a grocery store. Look through the pictures of foods...

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