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... know later that your child used to say these things a hundred times a day. Favorites Page: What’s your child’s favorite number? His favorite color...
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... the past year, celebrate good times, and plan ahead, too, for the year to come. And as it happens, the spiritual quests of this season fit right in with big curriculum...
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... Thanksgiving. If Thanksgiving in your family involves lots of relatives your kids may only see a few times a year, this fun and easy project is a great way to help your child...
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... lift several times their own weight. For independently-minded first graders, it’s quite instructive to watch a group of ants work together to carry a crumb of...
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...;care of her teeth. If she needs help thinking of some ideas, prompt her with some questions to get the wheels turning like, "How many times a day do you think...
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... easily accessible, and that you'll be able to return to them at least a few times in the coming weeks. Plan your observation schedule by deciding how often you...
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... nature poetry book with your kid. Poetry excites the imagination, taking us on journeys to other times and places. Let your child's imagination take her away by...
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... quiz her on the various color names. Note: This project should be supervised by an adult at all times. What You Need: Craft paper 20" x 24"...
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...; Catch – Have your child throw the beanbag in the air, clap his hands, and then catch the bag. Challenge your child to clap two, three, four times, or more...
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... for your child to use as reference during this activity. Let your child listen to the song a few times. Once he gets into the groove and is in tune with the...
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... child should listen to the CD multiple times and consider several questions while analyzing the music. Have her take notes on the following questions as she listens to...
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... sticks to write a message to someone. Help him form the sticks into letters on the table without using glue. If he can, encourage him to write using complete sentences...
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... way to reinforce the alphabet and practice writing, but it's a good activity for the kitchen table. So the next time your child is whining for something to do as...
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..., or on a table. Give your child the fishing rod and tell them it’s time to go fishing! Each time you call out a word, she should look for the word you&rsquo...
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... table and line them up side-by-side. Both you and your child should observe each rock carefully, and secretly select one that you'd like to describe as a scientist...
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.... Turn the cards face down and lay them out in rows on the floor or on the table.  Ask your child to turn over two cards at a time. The object is to find the...
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... the noun cards and five of the verbs. Lay them out on the table so he can easily move them around. Time to write! Using the cards, ask your child to start writing a...
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... agents. Once you've collected at least half a dozen, lay them out on the table and study them with your child. Explain that the point of a brochure is to persuade the...
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... own page of construction paper and spread the pages out across a table. Then invite your child to come and take a look. Ask your child to choose a picture, then...
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... on” gratitude. Put the wreath on a wall or door near the table, and be thankful together. Invite your child to read what she’s written for everyone to...

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