Give your child weekly tickets worth 30 minutes of recreational screen time each. Let him or her cash in unused tickets for small treats.
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Does your child need new books? Help him organize a neighborhood book swap.
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Pick a category (cities, animals) and a letter. How many items from that category can your child name that begin with that letter?
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Remind your child that you enjoy their company and love them.
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Have your child write a special Valentine’s message to someone who is sick or lonely. Help him send or deliver it.
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With your child, estimate how many bowls of cereal you can pour from one box. Keep track until the box is empty.
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See how many words your child can use to describe the sky today.
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Visit a local or online art museum with your child and talk about the paintings.
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Ask your child to name his or her favorite sport, and say why she likes it.
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When you read aloud, choose an suspenseful place to stop. Ask your child, “What do you think will happen next?”
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Talk about all the things your child does right. List as many things as you can.
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It’s Groundhog Day. How many words can you and your child make from the letters in the word GROUNDHOG?
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Help your child read the label on a food he or she eats. What vitamins does it contain? How much sugar is in it?
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Invent a word with your child. Help her write a definition as it would appear in the dictionary.
over 1 year ago, Ware County Schools
Have a family jump rope contest. How many jumps can you do in a row?
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Make a chore chart with your child. List his chores and when they should be completed.
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Hold a family meeting. Discuss your family’s goals and successes.
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Ask your child what he or she thinks are their strong skills and why.
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Together, role-play a difficult situation your child may face.
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Read a poem aloud. Stop to let your child guess what the next rhyming word will be.
over 1 year ago, Ware County Schools