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... it with a thin layer of washable, non-toxic paint. Make sure you paint all top (dorsal) fins, as well as the face of the fish, but don't make it too gloppy...
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... total price for all of the groceries. Head to the grocery store with your child. On the way, explain that she will be rounding, adding and estimating the total...
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...? Note: You may need to make some adjustments to tweak the design of the car, the size of the hole holding the balloon, or the size of the balloon. It’s all...
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...A homemade shield with coat of arms is a great way to get your child thinking about what his family is all about, and it makes a fun addition to the costume box as...
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..., have her take off the blindfold and see if she is right. Continue having her guess the items until she has smelled all four of the "smell" containers...
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..., read off the words that the players are carrying back. What do you see? Are they all real words? Teammates should be prepared to help out here, or else pairs may be...
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... to see what happens when you mix vinegar with those little tabs of dye and dip in your Easter eggs. There’s fun chemistry in all that for any third grader...
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... spools are all you need to get started. What You Need: Newspaper, cut or torn into strips Extra sheets of newspaper for covering your work surface 1 cup...
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... combinations if she likes. Fasten the paper to a wall, and make sure that all the words are at a good height for your first grader to reach. At the end of each word...
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... glue to apply “jewels” all over the rest of the crown.  Encourage lots of pattern exploration—“jewels” come in all sorts of shapes...
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... template. Trace a circle that is about ½” wider (all the way around) than the original circle cut from the oatmeal container. Look up some key...
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... the wind outdoors according to Beaufort’s scale. Then hold the scarf up. Does it dangle? Blow in the breeze? Finally, look all around. What are the trees...
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... the top hole and blow into the egg until all of the contents are removed. Rinse the egg with warm water. Then, place it into the microwave for 20...
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... object of the toss should be to cover all the boxes for one homonym.  Let's say, for example, that a child chooses to, two, and too. The aim should be to hit...
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... is in third grade, you can do some exciting science work together, to discover some of the “whys” behind all those lotion slathering sessions. Here&rsquo...
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... testing the objects, your child will notice that all of the objects on the “Yes” side are made of metal. Ask your child if magnets are attracted to all...
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... if the final product isn’t edible! Cooking with your child can provide a wonderful opportunity to explore physical science concepts. After all, these culinary...
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... colors and dilution. All they need to do is simply mix flour and water together to get a nice, pliable dough. It will “magically” turn into different...
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... new kind painting (well it's actually not very NEW at all!) In prehistoric times, the cavemen used pictographs (symbols that stand for words) to communicate and...
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... cut 1-inch strips from the remaining construction paper, and trim them to the length of your red section. Glue them all around the red section of your can, to...

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