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1st grade writing Worksheets, word lists and activities
In this language arts worksheet, your child gets practice identifying antonyms such as on/off, light/dark, and night/day. Commas In this language arts worksheet, your child learns about using commas to separate words in lists and practices writing sentences using commas.
Tablespoons & teaspoons: teaching teens with LD the art of
Explain how to use coupons and store membership or discount cards to save money. In the Kitchen. Ask your child to be your cooking assistant. Give him increasing responsibility for unwrapping, slicing, and measuring as he grows old enough to tackle these aspects of the process.
Bright ideas from our readers: fundraising for your school
A mother living in Brooklyn collects box tops from various products, like cereal or tissue boxes. “All you have to do is remember to remove these little coupons from your purchases,” she writes. According to BoxTops4Education.com, your school can earn up to $60,000 every year by participating in their program.
14 ways to save on family vacations | Parenting
The website also offers coupons and other ideas for budget dining with kids. Use online flight aggregators. With their independent, ‘neutral’ online search tools, travel aggregators can help you locate the lowest fare from among hundreds of travel sites and airlines on the Web.
From our readers: fun, low-cost summer activities | Parenting
Places like the museum on the free day and amusement parks on an off-peak day and time. Not to mention all the half-price coupons on the Internet. Wisconsin Dells’ two-day trip for $75.00, including hotel stay and admission into the water park, if you go on a non-peak weekday. Free passes from the local library to local attractions.
Physical health: the media link to obesity, risky diets
The food and beverage industry spends more than $10 billion targeting children and youth though TV ads, coupons, contests, public relations promotions and packaging. The No. 1 wish for girls 11-17 is to be thinner; boys 11-17 want a physical ideal that can only be achieved through dangerous steroid use.