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Do your kids have spring recess from school? What do you encourage them to do in their free time?

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Posted on: 4/17/2014 6:46 PM

Posted by: brian G

City: Los Angeles

Such good information!

Posted on: 3/29/2013 6:16 PM

Posted by: Kimberly M

City: Statesboro

I have 3 little ones and only one currently attends school. During his spring break I will encourage him to continue the type of work they do in his pre-k class. I have a huge dry erase board and he has a smaller one and we will continue to practice for the course of his break. For my one and two year old they will continue to attempt coloring activites and we all will read together 30 minutes or more each day.


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