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Great way to keep the dice from getting thrown all over the place when we play games. I like the better than using the soap dishes!

Flip 10: Line cards up in four rows of five. Then flip two cards. If the Sum equals 10 keep the cards and replace the cars with two more from the deck. Next person's turn. If you can't make ten it is the next person's turn. The game ends when there are no more matches left. The person with the most cards wins.

Color clothes pins by soaking in food coloring. In each jar or container, pour boiling water, a tablespoon of vinegar and food coloring drops and mix well. You can use any combination of drops to make varying colors and shades. I used both traditional food colors and the neon food colors to make about a dozen different colors. Add your clothespins and let them soak for at least an hour.

Great math hack for your kids! I wish I knew this in elementary school. I don't teach multiplication any more this is a great idea for those few facts kids just have a tough time memorizing.

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Two different methods for making a cloud in a jar. What a great weather science activity for kids! || Gift of Curiosity

Could maybe make a multiply version too, with a bit of tweaking.

love the letters and canvases together!!!! I can do this

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