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... into stories. They’re also learning that ideas for stories are all around them—even right outside the window. Christina Rosetti, a famous poet, once...
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... house for cardboard and plastic items to reuse for the model. Make sure to completely wash all items. Do not use items that held meat or similar products...
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... parents are left wondering what to do with last year's discarded school supplies. Rulers, pencils, crayons, and half worn notebooks are all too often thrown away as...
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... then another strip of tape on top of the stick. After all the pieces are in place fold the top back down onto the section with the vellum and sticks and rub...
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... they're all done, you can compare flavors! It's a delicious and refreshing activity for any sunny day! Note: Because you are not boiling the tea, be sure to...
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... gratitude, too. Thanks really do stand at the heart of the season, after all. third grade, writing, arts and crafts...
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... of paper, and lay the cut card on top of that. Glue together all the parts around the inner triangles. Now, when you open up the card, the triangles pull together to...
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... use your ruler and pen to mark out a maze with 1-inch channels, all the way out to the far edge of your cardboard. Be sure to create plenty of false turns and...
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... Glitter (optional) What You Do: Lay all of the found obejcts out on your work surface and talk to your child about how to fit them together to create an...
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..., and then turn off all the lights for an entire evening—something our ancestors did every night!   third grade, social studies, arts and crafts...
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... enough that it takes a little muscle to mix, but wet enough so that all the dry particles get absorbed. Be sure to wear rubber gloves, because cement is hard on your skin...
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... layers of paint to dry, or you may end up with some unintended muddy colors! Once all paint is completely dry (at least 4-5 hours), you can invite each person to...
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... over the penciled lines. Be sure to give the letters a few minutes to dry—smudging can be a problem! All around Dad’s name, and on the crown points...
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... book report is due he'll have (and remember!) all the information he needs to complete it! What You Need: A book that your child recently read A few...
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... Rainbow Fish, a group of fish asking the Rainbow Fish to play, the little blue fish asking for a scale, the Rainbow Fish all alone, the Rainbow Fish talking to the...
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...: Brainstorm about what to draw. Keep it simple! A bouncing ball, moving butterfly, or a stick figure waving or skipping rope are all fun and easy to do...
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..., trace the outline of your child with a crayon or washable marker. Now your child is ready to create his self-portrait. Start with the face. Ask him to draw all...
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... child draw many different animal portraits and create extra scenery, animal props, or habitat objects such as trees and plants. Hang all her creations in her room...
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... with a few fictional elements thrown in. It all starts with an imaginary British Redcoat who is lost and trying to make it back to Boston. Players take guesses and...
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... softened butter 1/4 cup fat-free evaporated milk 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1 3/4 cup all purpose flour 3 tablespoons cocoa 1/2 cup confectioner’s...

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