Teach your child to call 911 in an emergency. Together, practice what to say.
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Trace your child’s outline on paper. Then have him research and “map” the inside of his body.
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Think of several words that start with the same letter. Can your child use them in a sentence that makes sense?
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When your child asks a question you can’t answer, write it down. Keep a list of questions to look up later.
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Have your child set a goal and write a plan to achieve it by the end of the school year.
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Help your child interview family and friends in career fields that interest him. What is a typical day like for them?
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Together, plan your child’s recreational screen time for this week.
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Brainstorm with your child about something you would both like to learn, such as how to play chess. Check out a how-to book.
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Write an encouraging note to your child and tuck it in their book bag to find later.
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Talk about the free or low-cost activities your family enjoyed most during 2022. If possible, make plans to do them again in 2023.
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Ask about qualities your child values in friends. Talk about why values are important.
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Pay your child a genuine, specific compliment today.
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Enjoy some physical activity with your child.
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Plan a device-free day. Let your child choose alternative activities.
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Ask what your child would like to make an annual tradition. Start it!
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Bake cookies with your child. If you’re doubling a recipe, have your child do the math.
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Talk with your child about the nicest thing someone has ever done for him. What made it special?
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Teach your child how to cut out paper snowflakes. Use some to decorate your windows.
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Begin telling your child a story, and when you get to an exciting part, stop. Let him or her make up the rest.
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It’s the birthday of American author Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain). Read one of his stories with your child.
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