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.... kindergarten, arts and crafts, craft, math, counting, fractions, geometry, weather, rainbow, mosaic, make mosaic, rainbow mosaic, create rainbow mosaic...
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... family and let everyone pitch in. Cooking helps kids practice their measuring. Double or half a recipe and fractions get a workout, too. Plus, it’s just plain...
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... express probability in terms of fractions or percentages, she's definitely capable of determining if an activity or game is fair or provides everyone with an...
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... fractions at this level, such as one-half.) Talk about the two results, snow versus rain. What does this mean for our world? Then show your kindergartener the...
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... come up with a list of accomplishments — learning the ABCs, mastering fractions, getting a ribbon in the school science fair, reading a great book, etc. The...
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... sweet treats are as much fun to make as they are to eat! Young bakers will practice measuring with whole numbers and fractions, and following step by step...
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.... Best of all, this is a great activity to help your kid learn her fractions! What You Need: ½ cup Crisco 1 cup dark brown sugar 1 whole egg 1...
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... activity, learning measurements is the focus. Making mini mud bricks will also introduce your child to fractions. Encourage your kid to imagine what it was like...
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... cookies, especially when they're dotted with chocolate chips? This activity's great for math skills, from measuring to identifying fractions. With only some...
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... use problem solving and explore basic math concepts such as geometry, fractions, and counting. What You Need: Large piece of cardboard (try reusing the side...
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... more heavenly by the fact that it teaches simple fractions! Make an angel craft for kids this holiday season. What You Need: White paper plate Pencil...
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... more and more, too. Back in the classroom, third graders are working on their multiplication, fractions, and division, extending work they started in the early...
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... Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science, Art, etc. or choose one subject and separate it into five categories. For example, Math: Algebra, Geometry, Fractions...
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...Bake these delicious rugelach cookies with your child this Hanukkah to celebrate the holiday and help her practice important math skills like fractions and...
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... top of the cupcake, following the model in our photograph. Note: this activity is great for young minds learning fractions and measurement, and for little hands...
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...; What You Do: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Recruit your child-- measuring ingredients is a great way to practice fractions! In a large bowl, sift the...
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... for a summertime lemonade stand. fourth grade, mathematics, outdoor, money, math, fourth grade activity, summer activity, outdoor activity, lemonade, lemonade stand, money skills, fractions, lemonade recipe, math activity, ...
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...? (multiplication with fractions) Extra challenge: by biking or walking to school, how many tanks of gas could you save between now and the last day of school...
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... and cook 1–2 more minutes until done. fourth grade activity, easter bunny pancakes, holiday recipes, holiday pancakes, fourth grade recipes, cooking activity, practice fractions, easter recipes, easter breakfast, easter pancakes...
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... (generally covered in second and third grades), but fourth and fifth grade division, fractions, and decimals. For time, your child will need to divide distance by rate. In...

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