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Free Printable Chore Chart

Free Printable Kid's Chore Chart. Help teach your children about responsibility early on! Love this idea. Delineateyourdwelling.com

Free Printable Chore Chart

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29 Of The BEST Crafts & Activities For Kids (Parents love these, too!)

Makes a pretty sun catcher! -- 29 creative crafts for kids that parents will actually enjoy doing, too!

29 Clever Crafts For Kids That Parents Will Enjoy Doing, Too

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FREE 100 Books to Read Printable

1st grade book list

FREE 100 Books to Read Printable

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Ultimate summer activities lists and bored Jar lists

Ultimate kids summer activities lists and bored Jar lists. Make sure you never hear the words "I'm Bored" again! Empower your children to learn to occupy themselves with this ultimate selection of summer activities.

Ultimate summer activities lists and bored Jar lists – Mum In...

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from Family Fresh Meals

Healthy Halloween Snack Candy Corn Fruit Cocktail

Candy Corn Fruit Cocktail

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Candy Corn Science Experiments

Halloween is the perfect time for some candy experiments! Do three simple candy corn science experiments using things you have in the kitchen.

Candy Corn Science Experiments - Coffee Cups and Crayons

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Phonics SECRETS™

Stories to help kids understand sounds...these are SO cute!

Secret Stories :: Secret Samples

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My new obsession.....ribbon wreaths!

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Rainbow Loom Patterns

Loom Bracelet Instructions, and TONS more craft ideas for kids of all ages. This site is incredible!!

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How to make 10 Rainbow Loom bracelet patterns: Great guide!

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Rainbow Loom Bracelet Tutorials

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Elf Hunt...hide them all over the house and let the kids find them!

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Holiday Games for Kids Two games are fun: candy cane relay and unwrapping gifts with mittens relay. Could be individualized too.

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we can hide candy canes around the house and whoever finds the most throughout the night gets a lil prize!

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Little Family Fun: Christmas Games with Gift Bows- the bow run, or some version might be good to get some energy out!

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Christmas I Spy Game

My kids love printable search and find games. Search and find games are easy to bring on the go, for car rides, or waiting rooms, or bringing along to restaurants. For the holiday season, I made this Christmas I Spy game. Click here for a printable version.  I created this …

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The Best Kid-Friendly Christmas Games

Christmas Games for Kids

Christmas Games for Kids

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Be A Sister to Every Girl Scout: I love this SWAP idea!

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Our shrinky dinks SWAPS! Troop 61677 GSCSNJ!

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FREEBIE Printable: Learning Letters with Finger Trace Book #Kinderchat #Suliamoms http://sulia.com/my_thoughts/bfe71df2-c385-4529-9d1d-034d56afca0b/?pinner=115798791

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Use ping pong balls to teach your active learner sight words. "Throw 'for' to me. Throw 'so' to me."

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Last day of school holding a picture from the first day of school...would be cute to do the last day of High School as well...with the first primary school picture!

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Directions for how to make your own phonics phones. A must have item for small group instruction.

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Quiet time or restaurant activity Put velcro dots on the ends of popsicle sticks. Kids can make letters or shapes over and over again. Like this a lot!

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