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... that yes, the whole plant did get the water for food since all parts of the plant have now turned red (from absorbing the red water that was in the cup the day before...
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... enjoy butterflies coming and going all day long! This is actually a simple project that's easy to maintain. It just takes a little patience and some butterfly...
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... can be a big brain bender for first grade scientists. After all, you can’t see it, you can’t taste it, and if you try to reach out and touch it...
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..., they’ll start learning more about the way our world is made up of all those shapes. Here's a great way for your child to get ready for the new challenges in a...
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... begging your children to wash their hands before handling food? Kindergarten kids need to build this healthy habit, but we all know that it can be a big power...
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... after handling the glitter before touching her face or eyes. After all of the contents have been added, apply glue with the hot glue gun around the inner ring of...
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... Hot glue gun Craft glue, wrapping paper, plain paper, and markers or paint to decorate the outside of the box (all optional) What You Do: Carefully...
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... healthy and strong se we can fight off sickness. Kidney beans, which are a type of legume and not really vegetables at all, are high in potassium, which keeps our...
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... his predictions. Redo the experiment, but this time place all the pennies on one side of the boat and record the results. Then place half of them on one side, and...
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... pioneers would have started with a dirt floor, but not your child. Make the floor by placing two popsicle sticks down vertically a few inches apart. Drizzle glue all...
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... challenges—average weather temperatures, for example, or cost of junk food. Let your math imagination soar—it’s all powerful support for your child...
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... place a penny over that. Help her to alternate this way, with a paper towel piece between each coin or washer, until you have used all ten pieces. Now make sure your...
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... letters are clearly marked off.  Then help your child cut around the outer edges, leaving a ¼” margin all the way around.  You’ve made...
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... will read stories galore about all sort of animals, real and imaginary. They'll work hard to “decode” the words—learn how their letter sounds...
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... encouraging her to match those pictures and make movies in her head as he moves forward. This will carry her through chapter books, nonfiction books, and all sorts of...
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... solid grasp possible of periods, question marks, commas and exclamation points—the four most common punctuation marks in all our sentences. In second grade...
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... out that she really can read and understand it after all! first grade reading, homonyms, reading, first grade, reading activity, homonym activity...
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... the answer is something else entirely! The only way to really hammer this concept home is through practice, practice, practice, but it doesn't have to be all work...
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... development: the sugar will crystallize into a soft, solid, scrumptious maple sugar. Yummy knowledge! After all this scientific inquiry, your child can probably...
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... the tubes, starting with the one that says “eel.” Go all the way to the end of the tubes, and then poke the elastic through the other egg cup. Keep it...

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