4 edition of 365 after-school activities you can do with your child found in the catalog.
365 after-school activities you can do with your child
|Other titles||Three hundred sixty-five after-school activities you can do with your child|
|Statement||by Cynthia MacGregor|
|LC Classifications||LB1027.25 .M23 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 382 p. :|
|Number of Pages||382|
|LC Control Number||99027507|
Here are 12 funky crafts for kids aged 8 to 12 yrs, who are ready to move onto bigger and more complicated crafts. Don’t miss our best content straight to your inbox! Sign up now and get our FREE newsletters packed with fun ideas and things to do with the kids, family-friendly recipes, expert advice, parenting tips and great competitions. They are available for all of the above circumstances. You can reach Nurse Sarah or Nurse Donna at For more information about what you can do to keep your child healthy, see the Health Services section on our Services page; for medical forms, please see the Health Services section on our Documents page.
You can also take a picture of their favorite one and send it to me via Class Dojo if you would like (this is optional) as I would love to see your child's work! Science and Social Studies: Please visit Scholastic News by clicking HERE. Once there, you can just scroll down until you see the blue box entitled "Grades 1 and 2." Click on that box. Below is a list of different activities you and your child can do with a few words every night. Rainbow Words - Have your child right a word 5 times using different color crayons or markers for each letter. Concentration - Take 5 or 10 words and put them onto a flashcard. Play the game like you would concentration.
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From making a monster mask to going on a bike photo safari, Smart Afterschool Activities will let kids' imaginations soar with terrifically fun things to do during those valuable afterschool hours and beyond. Smart Afterschool Activities is perfect for parents, teachers, grandparents, babysitters and youth leaders.
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Whether it’s a. After-School Olympic Games. This is a party activity in which friends and family participate in Olympic-type events. Materials. Each child brings a prize, wrapped up (used or new), which is then put in a big bag upon arrival.
Big container of lemonade or water. Directions. Make a list of all the events you can remember from the Olympic games. You might be surprised at the deeper conversations that arise when part of your brain focuses on playing catch instead of all you still have to do.
Special snack: Reserve a different plate or cup for snack time use only. This can be a plate or cup you used as a child or one your child received as a gift from a favorite relative. Choose a book and open it to refresh your memory about the story and characters.
Decide where illustrations would have been helpful. Now create your own. Use paper and pencil and do a rough draft. Color your illustration in with felt tip pens, paints, crayons, or colored pencils, or you might like to line it in black ink.
Allow the illustration. Make your own: Making your own can be a fun way to spend a day. Whether you are making your own candy, DIYing candles, or mixing up your own play dough you can find tons of things to make at home.
High School Students and Older. Make Time: It’s likely they have their own agenda but sneaking in some time for a lunch date, shopping. Ask your child questions that require comparing numbers.
“Who is wearing more bracelets, you or your sister?” (Your child might use matching or counting to find the answer.) Additionally, here are some activities you can do with your child to support. Literacy Indoor Activities for Kids. The best activity you can do to encourage literacy learning is to read aloud to your kids.
You’ll find more than themed book lists in our book lists index – books for every interest. Use these simple literacy play ideas to have fun learning with your kids.
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The book " Smart After-School Activities" recommends handing children cameras and heading out on a neighborhood bicycle safari. Divide players into teams of two or three. Give each a clue list of items and locations that must be photographed within a given time frame.
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