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...Take a break from the flash cards and try practicing multiplication facts with this fun game! Help your third grader gain confidence working with his times tables...
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... with a pair of cords at a time, bead the same pattern of 4 beads on both the left and the right cord and then tie a knot. Repeat this color pattern six times, tying a...
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... flat surface, and remove the dough to be shaped into rounds. You will knead the dough ten times. Fold and press, then turn the dough. Repeat this process for a total...
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... to fold a sheet of red paper in half three times and draw a poppy on the outside surface of the folded-up paper. Once she cuts out the poppy she drew she'll...
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... be aggravating at times, especially at the end of a long day, it provides an opportunity for you to help her connect daily experiences with words. Small things...
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.... This experiment demonstrates that air has volume even if it can’t be seen at times. Place the empty bottle on its side and hold it down. Ask your child...
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... child excited for science with this hands-on project!  What You Need: Safety glasses to wear at all times Small sized funnel  Foil cake pan...
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...;aside from having their own idea of what they would like to wear, often times need help deciding how to dress for the weather. This simple activity is not only a fun...
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...: Invisible tape What You Do: Start your tin foil art by showing your child how sheets of aluminum foil can be folded several times to make long thin strips, or can...
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... clouds move. Have her do the activity multiple times, then compare the different shapes, results and movements of the clouds. In you're working with an older...
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... times with the spatula. Once she's finished cooking the egg, have your child serve up the yolk on the correct plate, counting the dots as she does. Order up...
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... family! After playing a few times, challenge your child to help you figure out why this trick works. What You Need: Deck of playing cards Pencil and scratch...
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... style of the times she's exploring. This remarkable dye has been used throughout history—and almost everywhere walnuts grow—to complement various...
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.... Play this game multiple times and assign the cards several different values in order to get as much practice as possible. math game, math card game, third grade...
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... an O.  To win, a child must successfully get three sheets in a row. Helpful Tip: Want to play this game multiple times and really...
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... his friends' whistles, in order to lead him to his hiding companions! Make this game more challenging by limiting the number of times the seeker can blow his...
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... up and down three times and say "jan ken pon" as they do. On the third motion, players make one of the follwing hand gestures: Rock: Hold out a...
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...: Help your child measure her pillow on a large sheet of fabric. The fabric needs to be three times wider than the pillow and twice as tall. Have her use...
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..., continue to heat for 15 seconds at a time, stirring after each round. Keep an eye on the chocolate at all times; once the chocolate starts to melt, it will be ready...
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... completely. Place a few small rocks at the bottom of the pot to help with drainage. Fill the pot with soil. Poke your finger in the soil a few times...

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