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

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we’ll learn about Arizona’s unique wildlife.

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I’ll ask, “What is your favorite thing you learned this year?”

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I will thank my child’s teacher for a great year.

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I’ll cook dinner with my kids and teach them to mind their pints & quarts.

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I’ll ask my child to read me a story.

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my kid will learn about the summer and winter solstices.

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I will bookmark this site (and come back tomorrow)

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my child will create a budget & start saving for the future.

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

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we’ll identify a favorite tree in our neighborhood.

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we’ll establish a homework schedule.

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I will drop everything and read.

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I will recap the week at school with my child.

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my child will read a news article & tell me about it.

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we are grateful.

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

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we’ll identify birds from their calls.

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we’ll cook a hot dog with the sun.

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we’ll play I Spy.

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we’ll learn Newton’s law of gravity & watch the Phoenix Suns Gorilla break it.

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I’ll tell a teacher what my child loves most about school.

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we’ll come up with different adjectives to describe the heat.

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I’ll encourage my child’s bright idea.

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we’ll add up the numbers in license plates.

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we’ll find out whose name earns the highest score in Scrabble.

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I will sign up for my child’s school newsletter.

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I will ask my child what makes his teachers great.

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

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I will check in with my child’s teacher.

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my child will write the first chapter in her autobiography.

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we’ll read the preamble and discuss what makes “a more perfect union.”

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we’ll do mental math.

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

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

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we’ll read together for at least 20 minutes.

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we’ll discover books from around the world.

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I’ll ask my child to imagine what life would be like on the moon.

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

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we’ll mute the TV and make up our own dialogue.

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we’ll tell a modern day version of our favorite fairy tale.

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I will tell my kid about my first job.

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my child will calculate the perimeter and area of her bedroom.

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I will DVR Dr. Phil and read Dr. Seuss.

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I will encourage my friends to register to vote.

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we’ll learn how magnets work.

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we’ll read together for 15-30 minutes.

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we’ll look for symmetry.

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my kid will write a letter to the editor.

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we’ll count backwards as we finish our cereal.

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

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

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

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I will get caught reading.

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

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

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I will contact a former teacher to say thanks.

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we’ll count backwards from 10 to 1.

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

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we’ll rock out to the preamble.

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I remember all I’ve learned from my first & favorite superhero, my dad.

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we’ll look for ways the sun helps us.

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we’ll learn how brown sugar & white sugar have different chemical reactions in baking.

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we’ll remember that music is instrumental to learning.

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

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I’ll ask my child to predict how we will communicate in the future.

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

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

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we’ll discuss good classroom behavior.

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my child will consider summer job or internship opportunities.

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

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I am grateful for the teachers that go the extra mile for my child’s education.

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I’ll encourage my child’s love of reading.

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I will ask my child about tomorrow.

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I’ll tell the teacher how excited my child was to share what he learned.

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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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my child will compose a song to help her remember American presidents.

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we’ll dare to dream.

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we will make our own air conditioner.

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

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we’ll stargaze.

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

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

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I will ask my candidates how a vote for them is a Vote 4 Education.

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we’ll calculate what percentage of school break is left.

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I’ll ask what my child’s favorite subject is and why.

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we’ll do mental math.

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