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... the answer is something else entirely! The only way to really hammer this concept home is through practice, practice, practice, but it doesn't have to be all work...
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... development: the sugar will crystallize into a soft, solid, scrumptious maple sugar. Yummy knowledge! After all this scientific inquiry, your child can probably...
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... the tubes, starting with the one that says “eel.” Go all the way to the end of the tubes, and then poke the elastic through the other egg cup. Keep it...
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... letters are clearly marked off.  Then help your child cut around the outer edges, leaving a ¼” margin all the way around.  You’ve made...
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... and aesthetic awareness, but it also will teach your child about recycling and reusing every day household objects. All you will need is a used glass jar, colored...
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... are all their own. This project can be as basic or as imaginative as your child makes it. The materials suggested will give you a start, but try searching your house...
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... keep a creative and memorable record of all of your child's First Days along her journey as a student. first day of school, arts and crafts, preschool...
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... restless little bodies demand that the practice be as hands-on as possible! Here’s an activity that’s all hands-on...hands-on the fridge, that is! It...
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... directions. Place the 12" x 18" piece of construction paper horizontally on a flat surface, and help your child place all of the paper template pieces...
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... your child mark it with a light pencil mark. Staple all the layers together at this center point, using a regular desk stapler. Lay the strip on a table, and take...
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... this special day? Open all the folds again, and turn the paper over again so that the plain, white side is facing you. Fold the top and bottom and sides so that...
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... videotape and conduct the interview with the “President” all over again! Next time the President does an interview on TV, watch it with your child. After...
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... grader by having him mark desired vacation spots around all over the United States, and boost his geographical knowledge of the U.S. while you're at it! What...
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... richest color available an the artist. There are three kinds of pastels: hard, soft and pencil. Try them all. Also try varying the texture of you homemade paper by...
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...! Bring out your completed felt board and all of its accoutrements the next time you and your child take a train ride or a long car trip, and watch the time fly...
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... numbers that equal 10, each player will use a pencil to write that addition problem on his or her own lined sheet of paper. Place all of your combinations of ten in one...
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... children of this age. Pictographs and bar graphs can be used to organize all kinds of classroom information, such as how many children are absent and present, how many...
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... child. Here's an activity that will help your fourth grader tackle complex words by looking at their prefixes and suffixes. All you need is construction paper, a...
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... water. Ask your child to describe what the eggs look like. (They are clear, or see-through, and they are all clumped together.) Explain that real frog eggs are like...
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... intricate muscles in her hands to pick all those berries. After the picking's done, bring the strawberries home for some more sweet activities! What You Need...

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