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... on. The first team that gets all players to finish is the winner! Pool games, Raft Games, Outdoor games, Water games, Activities, Outdoor activities, Fourth Grade Activities, summer, swimming...
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... this, ask him these questions: What did you see on the surface of the marshmallow after it was heated? Why do you think it only reached a certain size? Soon he'll be guessing how all the appliances work! science, microwave, marshmallow, molecules...
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... Thanksgiving can sometimes get lost among the fun of food and family! Big dinners, family get-togethers, pumpkin pie, and pilgrim talk are all important aspects of...
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... of shells, experiment with them and see what you end up with! Press the straw all the way through the mixture at the top, and leave it in as the entire mixture...
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... the first and second mark represents the volume of your child's hand. Have all the members of the family put their fists in the bowl of water...
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..., transplanting them to your garden or to larger pots is a snap—just cut the egg carton sections apart and place the entire piece, egg carton and all, in the...
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... selected card is an ace, it’s a free pass. The player collects the card and leaves it in front of him, face up. When all four aces have been collected, the review is over! high school, literature, reading, writing...
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... into an empty bowl and mix them, to see what color it makes. She can continue doing this with all of the other empty bowls. She can also experiment with creating...
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... child excited for science with this hands-on project!  What You Need: Safety glasses to wear at all times Small sized funnel  Foil cake pan...
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... makes answering in time more fun and silly. If your child can’t recall an event from the story give him some clues. Play continues until all the...
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... government Ask your child to take the stack of index cards and label each card with a prefix or suffix from the list above. Shuffle all the...
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... resist the urge to eat them all immediately. For a cute presentation, place three cookies on a large piece of clear plastic wrap and wrap securely. Put the wrapped...
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... felt in half. Glue all the features into place. Cut out feathers from colored construction paper and tape each feather onto a craft stick. Away from your child, use...
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... the handkerchief down into the glass. Fill the glass three-quarters full with water, by pouring all the liquid into the middle of the handkerchief. Stretch the...
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... that the open side isn't touching the glue. Let it dry overnight, and then award your child with it the next day! These ribbons are great for all occasions...
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... package directions. In a few weeks, you should have blooming galoshes—a green reminder of spring showers that will last all summer long! rainboot, planter, boot, garden, project, activity, kids'...
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.... And that big white protective seed? That's nutrition for the plant. All life, be it plant or animal, needs nutrition to survive. kindergarten, science, seeds, nature...
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... Water What You Do: Help your child fill the mixing bowl with water, all the way to the very top. Have her place the bowl in the tray. Then put one of...
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... successively. The player who gets her pebble in the hole with the least amount of throws or rolls wins that hole. The game continues in this manner until all the holes...
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... full of rubbing alcohol. Mix well and let sit for 5 minutes. Then drain onto a paper towel and let dry. Repeat this process until you have all the colors you will need...

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