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You only get one Today. Make the absolute most of it by doing something simple to ensure all Arizona children are successful in school and in life.

my child will write a limerick about St. Patrick’s Day.

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I’ll introduce myself to my child’s teachers if I haven’t already.

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my child will start a summer temperature graph.

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I’ll ask what my child would do if elected president.

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we’ll magically make our water frozen.

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we’ll go outside and try something new.

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we’ll close our eyes, listen, and describe what we hear.

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we’ll find our way to a new place without the help of technology.

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we’ll add up the numbers in license plates.

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I’ll ask my child to explain how Minecraft works.

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I’ll find out which children’s book character I am most like.

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my child will thank his teacher in another language.

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I’ll plan a day for my child to shadow me at work.

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we’ll talk to our neighbors about the importance of Voting 4 Education.

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we’ll build a marshmallow launching device.

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I will revisit my favorite book from childhood with my kids.

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we’ll watch a foreign film with English subtitles.

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we’ll plan a photo scavenger hunt for the weekend.

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we’ll circle every word we don’t know on a page and use context to figure out meaning.

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we’ll convert the temperature to Celsius to feel a little cooler.

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I’m grateful for the school nurses who keep our kids healthy so they can learn.

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we’ll discuss different careers and the education & training they require.

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I will show my kids they can overcome any barrier.

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I’ll ask my elected leaders to make education a priority in the state budget.

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we’ll find out what makes corn pop.

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we’ll do a mad lib.

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we’ll close our eyes, listen, and describe what we hear.

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is a beautiful day in the neighborhood.

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I’ll ask my kid to teach me something he’s learned in school this year.

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my child will write the first chapter in her autobiography.

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I will help my child calculate the distance to school in miles & kilometers.

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I’ll offer to talk to my child’s class about my profession.

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we’ll discover which type of chocolate melts fastest in the Arizona sun.

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we’ll research what education is required to become an astronaut.

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we will perform our favorite bedtime story.

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we’ll get slimed.

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I will encourage 4 friends to vote.

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I’ll remind my child that money doesn’t have to be a barrier to reaching academic goals.

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what goes up must come down.

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my child will sort coins by size, color, or value.

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I’ll tell my kid to take a hike.

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we’ll sing about the function of conjunctions.

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I’ll pack a sweet treat for my child and an extra one for his teacher.

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we’ll walk and point out everything we see that is red.

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our grocery bags will tell us a story.

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I’ll find out something new about one of my child’s teachers.

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we’ll eat foods that begin with the letter “C.”

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I’ll thank all of the people it takes to make my child’s school run smoothly.

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Today we’ll see our own shadows (and draw them).

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we’ll discuss good classroom behavior.

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we’ll rock out to the preamble.

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we’ll research the etymology of the word sandwich.

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I’ll give my child’s teachers a shout out on Expect More Arizona’s Facebook page.

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we will create a dedicated study spot at home.

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we will time how long it takes an ice cube to melt on the sidewalk, the kitchen counter, and in the fridge.

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we’ll research how much of the human body is made up of water.

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we’ll learn to say “goodbye” in 5 other languages.

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my kids will do the patriotic math to discover which birthday the USA is celebrating.

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my child will bake a chemistry lesson and I will help “dispose” of the results.

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my child can stay up a little past bedtime to read.

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we’ll have family book night.

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we’ll read news headlines from across the world.

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I will email my legislators to tell them education is my top priority.

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I will commit to talking to my neighbors about education.

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I will tell my child about my favorite teacher.

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we’ll plant a seed and chart its growth over the year.

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the future looks bright.

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we will make time for family time.

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we’ll thank teachers for their dedication to ensuring students succeed.

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we’ll say “Goodnight Moon” like it’s our first time.

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we’ll research why leaves change color in the fall.

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I will let ALL of my child’s teachers know they are doing a fantastic job.

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I will help my child plan a budget for her allowance.

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I’ll make sure my child gets a good night’s sleep for tomorrow.

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I will share something I love about my child’s school.

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I will thank a teacher for making my doctor so smart.

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we’ll practice fractions using an authentic pie chart.

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we’ll lick our fingers after practicing fractions.

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I’ll find out something new about one of my child’s teachers.

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my child will write a story about the family pet.

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we will score a perfect 10 for going to the library.

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we’ll look for shapes in nature.

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I will thank a teacher, or apologize if that’s more appropriate.

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we’ll go to bat for education.

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we’ll read a scary story.

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we’ll plan an education adventure!

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we’ll listen to his words.

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I’ll ask my child to arrange his toys from biggest to smallest.

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my child will create a new superhero.

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