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animal habitat

Animal and Habitat

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Did you know that children from low-income families enter kindergarten with 3,000 words while children from middle-income families know 20,000? This will determine how well they learn how to read, so look at books together and talk about the characters, colors, and places you both see. EN ESPAÑOLDefinitionsLiteracyArtScienceDefinitionsDefinitions Animal -Any living…
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Rhombus and Pattern

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Patterning is a foundational math skill for preschoolers. It’s done by arranging a series of elements or objects that repeat. Young children can be taught patterning with any materials found around the house, like toys, fruit, socks or anything else, and should be incorporated into daily activities. Use a variety…
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High and Low

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If you’re worried about your “storytelling skills”, don’t be! There are many ways to enjoy books with your child. Look at pictures together and ask questions like “Where do you think the boy is going?”; “Why do you think he’s happy?”; “What is the dog doing?”; “What do you think will…
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