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BrainPlay March 2017
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BrainPlay March 2017

Printable Lunch Cards
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Lunch Box Notes

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BrainPlay January 2017

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BrainPlay February 2017

BrainPlay December 2016
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BrainPlay December 2016

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BrainPlay November 2016

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BrainPlay October 2016

BrainPlay presents kids with a series of open-ended questions designed to invite their most creative, out-of-the-box thinking. Download the free printable questions to challenge your kids...
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BrainPlay September 2016

Jolly Santa Printable
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Jolly Santa Printable

Free Printable Coloring Cards
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Printable Coloring Cards

Free Printable Thank You Cards
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Printable Thank You Cards

With this printable gift certificate, kids can enroll their grandparents in a hug, joke, or letter of the month club!
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Grandparent's Day Certificate

Download this free printable card that your kiddos can color and give to Grandma and Grandpa for Grandparent's Day!
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Grandparent's Day Card

Stop summer boredom—before it sets in. Print out this printable, then get the kids to cut these boredom busters into slips and put them in a Mason jar. The next time you hear "I’m bored," point to the jar and don’t take any excuses. There’s so much to do!
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Boredom Busters

Printable Animal Finger Puppet
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Animal Talk

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Thinking about your child’s school curriculum, how do you view the current quality and quantity of STEM offerings (science, technology, engineering, and math)? Please select one of the following:

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Thinking about your child’s school curriculum, how do you view the current quality and quantity of STEM offerings (science, technology, engineering, and math)? Please select one of the following:
There is not enough emphasis on science, technology, engineering, and math.
54% (19 votes)
There are an appropriate number of offerings in science, technology, engineering, and math.
20% (7 votes)
There is too much emphasis on science, technology, engineering, and math.
9% (3 votes)
Not sure.
17% (6 votes)
Total votes: 35