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In almost every preschool classroom is a sensory table. Learn how to make one at home!
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It's always good to have a little help during the holiday. Show your child how to set a table setting and then help him create a placemat map.
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... invite your child to lay them out on the table in order. Coach him gently as needed, perhaps scooting a misplaced clothes pin out of line and encouraging him...
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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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... 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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...Reinforce those first grade "conventions" of writing by having your child make these decorative place cards for the Thanksgiving table. Thanksgiving place cards...
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...Increase your child's vocabulary with this fun, competitive game. One word is picked out of a bag each day, and whoever uses it correctly the most times wins! Let...
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... Crayons Scissors Pencil case Masking tape Table What You Do: Have your child rip strips of masking tape, placing one end of each strip along the...
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... chosen. Lay all the cards on the table, face up, and have your child match each word to the corresponding picture. You could also try some name...
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... with your child. Lay out the poster board on a table or on the floor to function as your work space. Challenge your child to form letters and spell out words using...
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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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... 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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..., 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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... nouns on its own index card: dog, house, bus, ladybug, elephant, mother, father, table, boat. Or, if your child has any special interests or hobbies, feel free to...
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... page, table of contents, and front and back covers. Make sure they're all lined up, then punch two holes in the left side of the stack, about 1" down from...
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... around a table or on the floor. The first player reaches into the bag (without peeking!) and pulls out a card. The player reads the card, covers it, and spells...
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... she's solving it. Hand your child the envelope and dump the letters onto the floor or table. Mix up the pieces, and then challenge her to put the puzzle back...
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.... Along with your child, write out the message ahead of time on a sheet of paper.  Help your child spell out the words with the iron-on letters on a table...
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.... Demonstrate how to thread a kernel by placing a soaked kernel of corn flat on the surface of a table and poking the threaded needle straight through. Encourage her...
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... alphabet is given a decimal number value, with all vowels sharing the value of a nickel (.05). Let the counting begin! Have everyone gather around a table, pen, paper...

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