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...;food items commonly found around the table on Thanksgiving. Some examples we came up with include:  turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, and...
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.... Set up a painting workspace by layering newspaper over a table. Let your child paint the eyebrows, hair and mustache one color. Show your child how to draw...
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... and think up six terms (for example, pillow, television, table, shoe, kitchen, and plate). Look up the definition of each term in the dictionary. Then, with the...
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... (pre-soaked overnight and strained) Tempera paint Newspaper White paper Paper plate What You Do: Cover the table and the floor with newspaper...
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... and stay on the raft 3 times in a row. golf, outdoor, outdoor games, golf games, ball games, fourth grade, fifth grade, third grade, second grade, pool, all ages, outdoor activities...
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..., such as but, or, and yet. Inform them that they can use the same conjuction multiple times, and have them place these in another container.   Go around...
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... with toasted bread or crackers at any other times. recipes, Passover, Jewish, snack, haroset...
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... your child draw a clear profile of a reindeer’s head. Cut your paper to 16” by 3½”. Invite your child to fold the paper in half 3 times...
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... looks when you throw or roll it across the paper! Repeat this several times to make multiple fireworks. When the paint is completely dry, your child can enhance it...
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... basket with a special treat or gift. Then lace the ribbon through each hole. Tie your basket together. Note: Other colors may be used to make baskets for different times of the year. ...
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... for a half-moon shape, then in half two more times for a wedge. This is the perfect time to remind her about fractions. Now she can cut triangles, circles, or...
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... construction paper. Gently press down on her hand and each of her fingers to get a good solid print. You may want to practice on newspaper a couple of times. Allow the...
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... paper plate. She can cut out the shamrock she drew and trace it 7-9 more times. Cut each of these traced shamrocks out. Have her arrange the shamrocks in a circle...
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... trace it at least 9 more times to create enough shamrocks for her wreath. Have her cut out all nine shapes and arrange them in the shape of a wreath with the shamrocks...
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... pink circle so it overlaps about halfway and glue it in place. Ask her to fold two sheets of white paper stacked on top of one another 3 times. Trace a medium-sized...
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... occasion, it’s always wonderful to involve your child in any way you can.  Looking to spruce up your table? Here’s a placemat your second grader can make...
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....” Make a table to clarify the variables. It should have the words “distance, rate, and time” along the top. The two traveling methods...
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... food coloring into the water in the jug and to pour the water into one of the glasses. Two surfaces are needed, with one lower than the other (a table and chair...
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... to you what to include, but here are a few suggestions: a door, a window, a table, a book, a desk, a bed, a couch, a closet, a circle, a square, a rectangle, a...
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... to watch, but it's a great example of Newton’s First Law of Motion at work! What You Need: Sheet or tablecloth Table Heavy, non-breakable...

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