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This activity will make trips to the store more fun, and it will teach your children about all our American states.
Play traditional games and hear stories from other parts of the world to increase geographic literacy.
You r child will know which way the wind blows after building this meteorology tool.
Use research on the pets of our Presidents to introduce your child to government.
Have your child write a letter to the President. It's a great way for her to gain writing practice and learn about current events.
Encourage your child to learn the duties of government by asking her what she would do if she were in charge.
Draw a map of the room for your kids and off they go.
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Make your child’s introduction to history personal and interesting by comparing the differences in everyday life among your child, yourself and his grandparents.
A simple walk with your child through our busy world will increase his observation skills and vocabulary, as well as give insight into how the world works.
Strengthen your child’s knowledge of North American geography on your next road trip.
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