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... times at bat. This will show how effective the hitter was in this particular game. It works like this: if a player is at bat 4 times and hits 3 times, he gets a hit 75...
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... times. Foursies: Throw the ball against the wall, spin around, and catch it after the first bounce. Do this step four times. Fivesies: Throw the ball against...
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... Markers What You Do: Label index cards with various times of the day. Make sure the times you choose are times that something important happens each day (get...
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... table.  What You Need: Sticky notes Pencil Coins (quarters, dimes, nickels, pennies) One dollar bills Jar What You Do: Fill a jar with...
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... of learning possibilities. This project will help your young learner to better understand earth sciences and geology, sequence steps and times, and develop beginning...
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... party game for your child? Try playing Tip It, the perfect game for a group. Players divide into two teams: team one passes a coin under the table and one team member...
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... center of the table. Flip one card face up from the deck and set it on the table. Each player takes a turn at trying to create a sum that equals 0. They can use...
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... truck Board about 18 inches (45 cm) long Plastic bag filled with rice to use as a weight What You Do: Stack the books on the table near the table's...
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... wings Tape Table Oil pastels What You Do: Share pictures of Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel ceiling with your child and discuss how Michelangelo...
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.... These easy-to-make table adornments will give you child a chance to make a memorable statement at the dinner table, and help her feel that she played an...
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... the jump rope or string at the end. Tell your kids to start by hopping up and down ten times. Next, they should crawl through the tunnel of chairs with the sheet...
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... concretely yummy experience! What You Need: Cookbook or Internet resource with turkey cooking times Digital, or traditional kitchen timer Analog...
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... data. Invite her to test each string three times to establish an average (divide sum of elapsed times by 3). Review the data together. What do they have in common...
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... pattern or a particular type of rhythm. All he has to do is rhyme the end sound in each line. He can use this rhyme as many times as he wants—4 times or even 15...
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..., quarter hours, and half hours down though. Make the times as tricky as you think your kid is capable of handling. Cut out your clocks. Tape each one onto the...
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... bowl Lots of newspaper, cut into strips, plus some for lining table Tempera paint- orange, green, and black Paintbrushes Cup of water for rinsing What You...
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...’t usually get the same decorating attention as Hannukah. Between the seder plate and the Hagaddahs, the table is usually pretty full. But don't let that stop...
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...If using regular watercolors is getting a little dry, here's a technique: use simple table or Epsom salts to create a beautiful painting with a unique crystal...
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... or nylon stockings Small leaves or rice Rubber bands Pot for boiling eggs Stove Paper Towels Covered table Cooking oil What You Do: Place...
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... Wool sock What You Do: Ask your child to mix the salt and pepper together on a clean, dry table. Encourage him rub the spoon against the wool sock...

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