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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.

I’ll ask my child to teach me something she’s learning in science class.

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I will have a “major” discussion with my child about the future.

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I’ll find out where my candidates stand on education.

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my child will capture the beauty of Arizona.

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we’ll make up our own titles for works of art.

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I’ll ask my kid for a book recommendation.

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

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I’ll challenge to challenge my child to research the meaning of her name.

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my child will write lyrics to “The 12 Days of Arizona Christmas.”

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we’ll learn how science & math are magical.

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we’ll enjoy each others presence under the tree.

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we’ll save grandma by learning to use commas.

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we will use a pizza to practice fractions (and then we’ll eat the work!).

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

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my child will learn to count from 1 to 10 in another language.

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we are grateful for grandparents who lift our kids toward their dreams.

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we’ll read together for at least 20 minutes.

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we’ll lick our fingers after practicing fractions.

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we’ll discuss how education opens doors.

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we’ll make ooblek.

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we’ll entertain each other.

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I’ll ask my child how school is going and how I can help.

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I will take my kid to the library and start a lifetime of adventures.

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I will commit to talking to my neighbors about education.

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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 convert the cost of lunch into the currency of a country he wants to visit.

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I’ll get tech support from my own personal genius bar.

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

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I will be inspired by the power of high expectations.

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

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my Facebook friends will make some noise for education.

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my child will write a thank you note.

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we’ll do a mad lib.

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my child will write the first chapter in her autobiography.

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I’ll ask the teacher how I can help in the classroom this year.

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I’ll ask my child to explain her homework to me.

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we will discuss different jobs and the career & training they require.

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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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my child will count the letters in our family members’ names and add them up.

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

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my child will play an estimating game.

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my child will write a poem about her favorite teacher.

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I’ll tell my child’s teachers what I’ve learned this school year.

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

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we will make our own air conditioner.

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I’ll thank one of my child’s former teachers for making a difference.

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we will create a dedicated study spot at home.

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I will tell everyone I see how much I appreciate Arizona teachers!

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

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I’ll pack snacks to boost my child’s brain.

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I’ll help my child create a budget.

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my child will bring a treat for the teacher (and leave the tricks at home).

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I’ll grab a blanket, a book, & all my favorite people.

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I’ll give my child a social media shout out.

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we’ll be greener.

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

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we will take some time to write some words & make them rhyme.

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I’ll ask my child to weigh in on whether Pluto is a planet.

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I commit to reading everything the teacher sends home for me.

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we’ll have at least one meal together as a family.

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we’ll listen to his words.

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I’ll start a book my child is reading for school.

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I’ll ask her to recap a story we just finished.

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drawing pictures of idioms is a no brainer.

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I’ll make sure my child is on track for academic success this year.

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I’ll ask my child to imagine the jobs of the future.

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the refrigerator isn’t prominent enough for our favorite artist.

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we’ll watch a foreign film with English subtitles.

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I will share a positive story about education with my elected leaders.

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we’ll create monkey art.

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my kids will thank the cafeteria staff for keeping them fueled and healthy.

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we’ll play I Spy.

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I’ll ask my child what his or her favorite subject is and why.

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I’ll make sure my child fills out at least one college application.

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my child will spin a globe and learn all about the country her finger points to when it stops.

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we’ll think of 3 other words that mean “insect.”

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I will encourage my friends to register to vote.

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

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I will discover the early learning benefits of my baby’s first “mobile” device.

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my child will build something with materials found at home.

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instead of walking, we’ll stroll, saunter, or strut.

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I will remember the library is a great place to stay cool.

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I’ll ask my teen for a math lesson.

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