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Family Game Night: Tips and Games for Kids by Age

New and used board games and card games are excellent learning tools to reinforce many curriculum areas while children are having fun. Games can be divided into many categories depending on their objectives and methods of play.

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8 Simple Beach Activities for the Kids

Children love a trip to the beach but sometimes run out of things to do there. This article recommends planning simple, low-cost activities to keep the kids happily occupied on the beach for long periods.

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How to Teach Division to Children

Division is the mathematical method for dividing numbers into smaller groups and should be taught after multiplication. This exercise can be used to teach division to children.

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How to Teach Multiplication to Children

Multiplication is one of the four basic arithmetic operations alongside addition, subtraction, and division. In math, multiply means the repeated addition of groups of equal sizes. This exercise can be used to teach multiplication to children.

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How to Teach Subtraction to Children

Subtraction is one of the four arithmetic operations along with addition, multiplication, and division. It is an essential tool to help us calculate what is left when taking one number away from another. This exercise can be used to teach subtraction to children. 

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How to Teach Addition to Children

Addition is combining two or more numbers together to get a new total and is one of the four basic arithmetic operations alongside subtraction, multiplication, and division. This exercise can be used to teach addition to children.

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Teaching Children to Count

Counting seems so simple — we hardly give it any thought. However, counting is the foundation for many mathematics concepts and procedures. This exercise will help automatize a child’s counting ability.

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Punctuation: Use Commas to Set Off Nonrestrictive Clauses

A nonrestrictive clause adds additional information to a sentence. It is usually a proper noun or a common noun that refers to a unique person, thing, or event. It uses commas to show that the information is additional.

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Punctuation: Use Commas with Dates, Addresses, and Titles

Rules for using commas in dates, addresses, and titles are explained with examples, exercises, and answers.

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Punctuation: Use Commas to Set Off Direct Quotations

A dialogue is a conversation between two or more people. If the speaker (not the listener) in the conversation is identified, their name, or the noun or pronoun used to refer to the speaker, and the verb that refers to their speaking are enclosed within commas.

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Punctuation: Use Commas Between All Items In a Series

Use a comma to separate each item in a series; a series is a group of three or more items having the same function and form in a sentence.

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The /ou/ Sound

There are three ways to write the /ou/ sound: /ou/ in out, /ou/ in cow, and /ou/ in plough and drought.

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