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Give your child a box of raisins or candy and ask them to guess how many are in the box. Then empty the box and count them. Talk about fair shares and ask how many each you would have if you shared them equally. Invite your child Golden Goose May to divide them up "one for you, one for me ." Then enjoy a tasty snack!

For games of fastpitch baseball and softball, batting helmets are a must. Even in little league, pitchers can muscle the ball up into the 80s (MPH). An indirect or, heaven forbid, a direct hit can cause serious injury or, in some rare cases, death. Of all your baseball equipment, batting helmets most qualify as "musts." Fungo bats (for batting practice), pine tar, rosin bags, cleats, and bat "donuts" are all great to have around as extras, but none of them will protect you the Golden Goose May Sneakers way a batting helmet will.

Supplement your model with a small information leaflet. Stick it on a cardboard and stand the cardboard next to your diorama. You can supplement it with photographs that you clicked on your visit to a grassland to collect specimens. If the model ecosystem is going to be a part of an exhibition, you can distribute copies of the leaflet to people who come to see your diorama. (Of course, first take your teacher's permission!)

First and foremost, a pinhole camera is basically a can or a box with a very tiny hole in the center of one of the ends. The interior of the camera is completely black. On the other side of the camera (the side without the pinhole) is a flat surface where the film is held. There is also a cover that goes over the pinhole to prevent any light from getting into the camera.