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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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...Challenge your third-grader to sharpen her new math skills--and maybe do the planet a favor, too. Chances are, you find yourself saying it to your kids all the...
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... her make a deep connection with the natural world (an all too rare gift in this high tech day and age!), which she'll hopefully carry with her not only through...
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... gets a turn, following steps 2 and 3, until everyone gets a chance to play and all of the multiplication tables are practiced by each player. If a player chooses a...
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... other side of the scrap paper, help your child spell all the dishes on the Thanksgiving menu. Now that she has her rough draft, give your third grader markers and index...
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... (moving left to right) and mentally adds all of the face-up cards in the column. The goal is for your total to be as close to 20 as possible. Face cards (Ace, King...
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... decorating! After all, recipes call for reading, measurement, and number calculation. This Fourth of July, bake some festive cupcakes with your third grader to celebrate the...
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... your child mark it with a light pencil mark. Staple all the layers together at this center point, using a regular desk stapler. Lay the strip on a table, and take...
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... this special day? Open all the folds again, and turn the paper over again so that the plain, white side is facing you. Fold the top and bottom and sides so that...
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... grader by having him mark desired vacation spots around all over the United States, and boost his geographical knowledge of the U.S. while you're at it! What...
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... classmates they spent time with. Why not create a book that helps your child record the best of what he's done all summer? Here's an activity to help your child...
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... previous school year, and what she has learned and experienced, all the while anticipating what the next school year will be like. In this process, she will not only...
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... science and the natural world, all while fostering a sense of fun and creativity! What You Need: Pair of sunglasses 4 sheets of card stock 4 sheets of...
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... favorite color was red, only list red once. Count up all the answers, and write the number under the appropriate subcategory. You can also use stickers, stick...
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... riddle for all of the coins in your actual wallet. You'll have loads of fun guessing and challenging each other to write the most difficult riddle! third grade, math, coin counting, pennies, dimes, nickels...
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... What You Do: Announce the point system to all of the players as follows: Face cards= Wild (players can assign whatever value to the card that they want), Aces...
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... original drawing. Invite them all to open up their papers and view their collaborative creatures! To extend this activity further, encourage the children to name...
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... aloud.  For extra practice have your child circle all of the adjectives in the paragraph. Merry Christmas! santa claus writing, writing activity, holiday learning, holiday writing...
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... winter treat, he will learn crucial cooking skills, such as measuring, knife safety, and how to follow recipe directions. The best cider is made by brewing it all day...
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... that it doesn't burn, and swirl the pan to ensure all of the sugar dissolves. Immediately add the butter and stir until it melts. Remove the pan from the heat...

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