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5 DIY After School Math Ideas!

Sometimes afterschool programs and home schools may be limited in their resources. Getting kids involved can be easy if you use items that are already lying around and combine them with a little creativity! Here are five great ideas on quick math activities and games that are easy to make and fun to play! Pipe-Cleaner Geometry Before you begin, you can make a set

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Hundreds of Exciting Afterschool Language Arts Activities

http://www.readwritethink.org/parent-afterschool-resources/ Looking for fun activities and projects, games or suggested readings for your student(s) afterschool? Want to encourage your child to read and write? ReadWriteThink.org has hundreds of fun reading and language arts, after-school resources for parents organized by grade level. Below I have sampled each category on ReadWriteThink’s Parent and Afterschool Resource page to paint a picture of the plethora of resources available

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Get Started – Afterschool Training Toolkit

When people start a new project or program, sometimes they feel a little lost. It is comforting when you know there is a place where you can find all the resources you need to help you get started. The SEDL National Center for Quality Afterschool is an organization that helps state education agencies and local practitioners develop high-quality, balanced programs that provide a safe

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Ideas on Uniting Kids After the Bell

After school programs, parents and mentors are always looking for new ways to entertain their children in fun and educational ways. There are tons of informative websites out there that can help you plan a great day for your kids, every day! On Family Education, you can find so much information on afterschool activities. You will discover some great programs, information on sports teams

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Busted! The Home-made Multiplication Facts Game Kids Love

Busted! is an exciting, fast paced, and inexpensive game you can make that your kids will love to play. It works best for 2-5 people to practice addition or multiplication facts. Materials: Coffee Can or Small Basket A Box of Craft Sticks How to Make Busted! Write a multiplication fact problem on each craft stick. For example, on the first craft stick, write 1

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