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... cutting board, cut the croissants into 2 inch chunks. Add the bread chunks into the egg mixture and stir carefully so that all the bread is covered with the egg mixture...
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... Vinci is probably the most famous Renaissance Man. He was one of the most famous artists of all time but he was also a scientist and inventor. Da Vinci liked to...
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... full coverage. Wear over bike shorts or bathing suit bottoms. Leis Nothing says a luau like a lei, the flower necklaces worn all over the islands. Here's how to...
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... scientists, or you will kill the yeast!) 6-1/4 cups all-purpose flour (for a more “historical” mix, use some whole grain flour here) 2 teaspoons salt 1...
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...Calling all science detectives! Here's a mystery that may leave you stumped. The scene: two identical balloons react in two completely different ways. Try this...
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... a cut line by poking holes in the container all the way around, following the rubber band. Have your child cut the container following the holes. Place the lid on...
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... also scrumptiously chocolatey? The Halloween colors in these cupcakes make it a perfect treat for October, but they would be a surefire hit all year long. Dive into...
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... encourage shared interest in kids of different ages. Although scientific principles are the main focus of the lab, you child will learn all kinds of other skills by...
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... Africa and consumed as a vegetable all around the world. It was brought to the United States during the slave trade and is very popular in the South. Okra is often used...
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... craft, you can add to the excitement of the Back to School bash with a fun-filled T-shirt craft that doubles as a cool takeaway. Get all of your guests plain...
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... slasher flick. But how to get past all the unfamiliar language? To help your teen get through this Shakespearean classic, here's a teen-friendly refresher course in...
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... mark them. Give them a good, gentle drenching as well. This is a great time to talk about how our plants start from seeds of all shapes and sizes. Which seeds are...
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...: Pen and paper What You Do: Begin this activity by sitting down with your child and taking stock of all the activities that he does on a regular basis...
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... practice. Readers, ho! Learning to read is incredibly exciting, but it’s like a complex puzzle—for it to happen, all of the pieces need to be in place...
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...) are all well-known companies that are publicly traded. Explain that when a person buys a share of stock in a company, they buy a piece of the company and become a...
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... subject area at a time, have your child read through all the contents in the section. Then give your child post-it tabs to mark specific work examples. Some possible...
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... front of your child. Have your child look through all the books and magazine articles and pick something she would like to read. Having your child read something...
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... about the natural dyes found all around them. What You Need: Onion skins (from both a red and yellow onion) Two medium sauce pans White eggs Panty hose...
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...;Hide and Go Seek", but don't be fooled. Sure it's fun, but in between all that play, it reinforces verbal instructions and listening skills. Plus, it...
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... cancel each other out - so these penny-nickel stacks equal zero! Subtracting integers is all about changing the signs first. For example: 4 – (-1) becomes 4...

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