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... catalogs and magazines, tape one picture onto each index card. When you're finished, put all the cards, picture side down, into the box. Invite your child to play...
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... water, heated to about 100-110 degrees 2 eggs, room temperature 3 cups all purpose flour, unsifted ½ teaspoon anise seed ¼ cup sugar ¼...
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... mark them. Give them a good, gentle drenching as well. This is a great time to talk about how our plants start from seeds of all shapes and sizes. Which seeds are...
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... too much time on any one question or any one passage. Remember that all the questions are worth the same number of points, so if a question is too hard, it may be...
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... – consult the teacher and see if he or she would like to participate by having the kids hunt for all types of energy being used in the classroom. middle school, science, activity, motion, energy...
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... were. Repeat for each of the other types of weather, and when you have all the numbers, help her record the data on a graph by coloring in boxes. (You can enlarge the...
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...: Pen and paper What You Do: Begin this activity by sitting down with your child and taking stock of all the activities that he does on a regular basis...
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... time killer into a lesson on the physics of aerodynamics and flight? This is a great activity for students of all ages, but older students should have a greater...
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...;they’re a great game to pull out over snacks, in the car, or even when you’re sitting in the dentist office. Math is all around us; and with your help...
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... amount of time all the students in your school spend studying for tests in one year? Have your child think up with some of her own “Fermi Questions&rdquo...
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...’re learning how to record, organize, and show data. Of course, all of that can get a little dry. To spice it up, form your own Olympics committee and host The...
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...One way to "trick" your child into getting extra practice with one-step equations is to play a variation of the classic game, tic tac toe. We all know how...
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... circle, either diameter, radius, or circumference, you can calculate all of the other values. So when doing math problems, she should focus on finding one of those...
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...;ll need to do a little research into the types of plants that are growing all around him. There are many ways to get the goods, but getting an illustrated field guide...
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...’ve got your outline and mouth all set, take the glue and make another line of it on top of the fuzzy yarn. Now you’re ready to lay the remaining tissue...
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...;Hide and Go Seek", but don't be fooled. Sure it's fun, but in between all that play, it reinforces verbal instructions and listening skills. Plus, it...
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... cancel each other out - so these penny-nickel stacks equal zero! Subtracting integers is all about changing the signs first. For example: 4 – (-1) becomes 4...
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...: this can be tricky for second graders; it requires them to cut straight and to arrange all of the pieces carefully.  Be patient! When your child is done, he'...
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... practice. Readers, ho! Learning to read is incredibly exciting, but it’s like a complex puzzle—for it to happen, all of the pieces need to be in place...
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...) are all well-known companies that are publicly traded. Explain that when a person buys a share of stock in a company, they buy a piece of the company and become a...

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