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Craft Your Own Summer Fun with Bubbles
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Soap. Water. Pop!

3 No-Fail Look-and-Learn Scavenger Hunts for Pint-Sized Explorers
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Look-and-Learn Scavenger Hunts

Salt Crystals Experiment
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Grow Salt Crystals

Laundry Basket Theater
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Random Improv Dress Up Play

What can you do with sidewalk chalk? The possibilities are endless!
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Sidewalk Chalk Fun

Swirling Colors
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Dish Soap Science

Cleaning penny experiment
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Make Pennies Shine

Boy and Girl playing outside with fall leaves
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7 Ways to Celebrate September

Sometimes creativity can get messy!
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Messy Play

Sweet Science: Candy Secrets
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A Sweet Science Experiment

Which mixes colors faster, hot or cold water?
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Two-Minute Science Experiment

Who wouldn’t want to swirl their fingers in some shaving cream? This simple, easy-to-assemble activity is just right for little hands and perfect for playtime.
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Shaving Cream Play

Make the Most of October!
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Make the Most of October!

END-OF-SUMMER LAWN GAMES YOUR KIDS WILL LOVE
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End of Summer Lawn Games

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Which of the following phrases best describes your elementary-school student?

Parents Talk Back
Which of the following phrases best describes your elementary-school student?
My kid is an introvert.
10% (5 votes)
My kid is an extrovert.
38% (20 votes)
My kid is mostly an introvert but sometimes behaves like an extrovert.
25% (13 votes)
My kid is an extrovert but acts like an introvert from time to time.
27% (14 votes)
Total votes: 52