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October 13, 2014
Make a Sky-Watching Book

Give your child a notebook with blank pages. Help him draw the objects he sees in the sky, such as an airplane, a bird, the moon, stars, the sun, or clouds. Then print the sentence on each page, “I see [blank] in the sky.” As you read the book together, he can look at the picture, say what’s there, and watch you write it down in the blank space.

 
 

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