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... areas that budding lab work will enhance.   What You Need: Space near a window Table Chairs Two bookshelves Science activities (you can use...
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... creative "CD" inside, pull out a real CD and use it as a measuring guide. Unroll a long swatch of the banner paper onto the floor or table. Fold the paper...
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... down at a table with a large baking sheet with 1-2 cups of uncooked rice spread evenly across it Draw a line across the top of the rice, and one across the bottom...
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...; or “Down by the Water.” Now it's time to write a Table of Contents. Start by organizing the entire book into sections or categories, and then make a...
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...;bank" before going out on the town. When the "customer" arrives, she should be seated at the table and you should take down her order on a notepad...
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..., shuffle and gather a few more players. In the middle of the table, place one less spoon than the number of players. For example, if there are 5 players, use 4...
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..., place it on the table, and place the aluminum pan on top of it, using the attached cup as a handle. Step 3 Briefly touch the pie pan with your finger. You may hear a...
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... the paper shapes on a table or other suitable work surface. Have your child choose shapes that look like parts from different animals. For example, rectangle horse...
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..., making sure they're moving slowly and steadily. Download our patchwork templates. Place the colored schematic diagram on a table for your child to...
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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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..., preferably outdoors. After all, you'll be messing with glue, paint, and dirt—irresistible to kids, maybe, but not so fun on your dining room table. Now...
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... treasure hunt, have your child bring all five cards to a table, and finish all card totals. Now, to bring it all home, have him count out the totals in real money...
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...;potholder sandwich".  To start, place the 10” square on a table surface and smooth it flat.  Place two or three thin batting sheets in a pile...
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... measuring cup What You Do: Fill a large clear glass jar—half a gallon or larger—with plain water. Place it on a table where your child can watch it...
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..., and a dime. OK? Ellie's parents have 3 children. One is Nick and another is Penny. Who is the third?.05 ÷ .01 ÷ .10 × 3 × 211 + 123...
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... touch. Sometimes the prints are visible, such as when our fingers are dirty or oily. Other times they're "latent" and are made only...
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...: A small magnet, and a washer or other small, flat metal piece Set-Up: Set down newspaper or old magazine pages to protect your table or workspace...
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... slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood.” He also speaks of places: “snowcapped Rockies...
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... large sheet of parchment paper over your table or counter, and sprinkle it with flour generously so the dough won't stick. Use a rolling pin to roll each ball of...
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... make the first “word slider,” have your child pull out one piece of card stock and place it horizontally on a table. Cut it in half, lengthwise. Put...

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