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If you love the look of yarn but aren't in the mood for complicated knitting or crocheting, have your child create simple and beautiful yarn letters.
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... Friends" and on the bottom have her write, "Number of Letters." On a separate sheet of paper, encourage her to write out up to 20 names of her...
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... cut out the letters if she is using a heavier cardboard. There are two ways to use the cards to decorate the individual letters.  The easiest way is to help...
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... uppercase letters vertically. Think of adjectives or nouns that are associated with this person that start with the name letters. For example, for Papa, your child...
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... are created to form letters (and numbers). People who understand braille can read words by feeling which bumps out of the possible six are there to make a certain...
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...! Use the alphabet stickers to display the letters that were guessed incorrectly next to the gallows, and place one piece of the hangman on the gallows per letter...
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... below, count up letters and see how many "$1.00 words" you can make. It's harder than it looks! This game is a great mental workout, not only offering...
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... matches dots and dashes to letters of the alphabet. Although Samuel F. B. Morse had patented the telegraph in 1837, it was not until 1844 that the government...
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... letter on one side of your card. If you need some inspiration, you can look online to see how some Hebrew letters are written. Help your child to glue...
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... with letters, one letter per egg, to spell D-A-D  R-O-C-K-S.  Use the upended laundry baskets to mark the end of your course, but this time, place the eggs...
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... in the letters “ly.” It can also refer to where or when something happened. Examples: quickly, forcefully, steadily, often, rarely. Pronoun: represents a noun...
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... will use phonograms, or spelling patterns within words. Phonograms are combinations of letters that make a sound. For example, “-ip” is a phonogram that...
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.... Perhaps, for example, your child wants to honor a teacher. She might draw the teacher’s portrait; or perhaps a set of books or alphabet letters as a reminder...
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... "START" in the center of the game area in big, brightly colored letters. You're ready to play! Tell your kid to stand on the word "START"...
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... the perfect time to celebrate the hard work our postal workers do for us on a daily basis. They make sure that letters arrive in our mailboxes despite...
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... title, such as "Word of the Day," in big block letters. Leave some space underneath for the rest of the project. Use the pencil to trace an index card 5...

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