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"Count by 5s Without Losing Your Marbles!" by Holly Jachowski at Education.com (scaled, cropped and text added)

Count by 5s Without Losing Your Marbles!

Back in kindergarten, your child probably spent lots of time counting things one by one, whether leaves, toes, or fingers. Now that first grade is here, though, your child will need to be able to count in groups, and especially by fives.

 "Count by 5s Without Losing Your Marbles!" by Holly Jachowski at Education.com (scaled, cropped and text added)

Image courtesy of Holly Jachowski at Education.com (scaled, cropped and text added)

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"vintage inspired playroom" by eren {sea+prairie} at flickr.com (scaled and text added)

The 5 Playroom Must-Haves

Playrooms are both a blessing and a curse in a lot of ways. It’s a blessing to have a home big enough to have space designated to nothing but entertainment and learning for your children. It can also be a curse. Kids tend to be messy so playrooms can often become Lego and Matchbox death traps. How do you balance these two? You design a playroom that can grow with your kids, keep them entertained, help them learn and inspire creativity…yet is easy for your kids to clean up after themselves in. Sound impossible? It’s not! These five things you can do with your child’s playroom will take it to the next level.

"vintage inspired playroom" by eren {sea+prairie} at flickr.com (scaled and text added)

Image courtesy of eren {sea+prairie} at flickr.com (scaled and text added)

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