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... sides, or that a square is a square (not a rectangle) because it has four sides that are all the same length? Getting comfortable with the shapes and their...
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... game that lets him practice building words, all while acting like a Mexican jumping bean! What You Need: Five pieces of large thick paper (oak tag or...
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... your child: Mean is the average of all of the numbers in a sample. Add up all of the numbers in a set and divide by the total number of items to calculate a...
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... Day are both associated with cookouts, fireworks and parades. But in the midst of all this fun, it's easy to overlook the reason for celebrating. Making a...
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.... Applications can look daunting to children. With all of those little boxes to write in, and some requiring information that your child may not know, this facet of the...
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... rules or generalities in his head, which will help him retain the information. Repeat for all types of angles.  Again, find or create a set, but this time of...
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... child thinking about voice modulation, inflection, tempo, enunciation, and eye contact. Confidence is all it takes to make a public speaker out of a bashful tween...
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...). One of these occurs in all 50 states. The nominee for president for each political party is announced at the National Party Conventions. The first Tuesday...
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...) Sugar water String What You Do: Wash out the dishwashing-detergent bottle thoroughly to remove all traces of detergent. Keep the squeeze cap - you'll...
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... back on your own high school years, it's hard to imagine the intellectual development and emotional ups and downs you went through all those years ago. And even for a...
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... quite make sense yet, all that scribbling means that they’re starting to understand that written letters have meaning. You can help your child make the leap to the...
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... until there are no spoons left – whoever gets the last one is the champion! Note: Play moves quickly so be sure all players have 4 cards at all times. As...
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... end don't always come so easily.  Ask a first grader to tell a story of the day, for instance, and often the result will be hilarious because it's all...
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... answers on the back of each card. Once all 52 cards are finished (the picture cards and the clue cards), put the clue cards in a single pile. Ask your child to...
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... facing you, and fold it in half one final time. Use the scissors to cut into the triangle on any side…just don’t cut all the way across to the other side...
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...Few kids can resist the pull of an adventure, and the promise of hidden treasure. In between all that treasure hunting, preschoolers get a taste of how to use a map...
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... derivations, synonyms and antonyms, and interesting idioms associated with it, can all give helpful hints about its meaning. Here's a cheat sheet to help break down...
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..., ask your child to help you cut a particular number of flowers, or pull a particular number of fruits or vegetables from the plant. All these probing questions and...
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... to help, but do make sure that your first grader is familiar with all of the words you’re putting down! If this is the first time you’ve ever...
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... and a Hen (b) Four Larks and a Wren (b) Have all built their nests in my beard!' (a); A sonnet is a poetic form that Shakespeare used often. From the...

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