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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.

we’ll learn something new about Thomas Jefferson.

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I’m inspired by the passion & skill of our teachers.

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I’ll share TodayInAZ.org to encourage another parent to be as involved as I am.

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I’ll teach my child how to keep score at a ballgame.

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

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we’ll make our own play dough.

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we’ll have family book night.

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I will make a gift to a local school.

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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’ll ask my child to name all 15 Arizona counties.

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I’ll say the magic words: “I believe in you.”

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

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I will pass my kid a love note.

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

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I’ll ask my child to describe the color red without using the word red.

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

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we’ll make time for family time.

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

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

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

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we’ll learn a new word to play instead of H-O-R-S-E.

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I’m grateful for my first and best teacher… my mom.

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we’ll look for symmetry.

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we will make a shopping list for the groceries we need.

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I am thankful for what makes my child unique.

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we’ll rock out to the preamble.

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we’ll take a walk and describe the birds we see.

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I’ll bust out my old yearbook and make my kid jealous of my fashion sense.

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we’ll prepare a family meal together.

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I’ll wave back.

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we’ll develop a Pinterest in the history of holidays.

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we’ll enjoy each others presence under the tree.

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

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we’ll count backwards as we finish our cereal.

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we’ll make a plan to visit a college campus.

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we’ll make a library at home.

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we’ll attend the high school football game and convert yards to feet.

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I will encourage 4 friends to vote.

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I will throw my child a curveball by explaining the physics of baseball.

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

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

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we’ll learn how animals sound in other languages.

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we’ll discover books from around the world.

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my child will start a summer temperature graph.

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I will ask my legislators to support education.

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my child will build something with materials found at home.

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we’ll identify a favorite tree in our neighborhood.

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we’ll think of different adjectives to describe bacon.

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we’ll find Fibonacci in nature.

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my child will open a savings account.

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we’ll count using our finger puppets.

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

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my kid will write a letter to the editor.

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I will encourage my child to follow her dreams.

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I’ll ask, “What problem do you want to solve?”

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we’ll test the theory of probability.

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we’ll read news headlines from across the world.

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

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

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my child will write a story about the family pet.

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

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we’ll learn where our food comes from and find each location on a map.

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I’ll ask my child what the state bird of Arizona is.

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we’ll be greener.

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we’ll count all the red cars on the way to school & all the blue ones on the way home.

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I will bookmark this site (and come back tomorrow)

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I will thank a librarian.

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I’ll read tips on how to help my child with math homework.

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we’ll listen to his words.

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we’ll calculate how much a 40 foot tall saguaro weighs.

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I will prepare questions to ask at parent – teacher conferences.

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

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we’ll lick our fingers after practicing fractions.

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I will show my kids they can overcome any barrier.

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we’ll learn the difference between reptiles & amphibians.

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

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we’ll stargaze.

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

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we’ll research where our county gets its name.

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

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we’ll discuss how education opens doors.

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my child will write a thank you note.

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my Facebook friends will make some noise for education.

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