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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 her to recap a story we just finished.

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

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Expect More Arizona is thankful for your support of education.

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we’ll read together for 15-30 minutes.

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

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

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we will learn about the skeletal system

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

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I will b sure 2 tell my kids 2 watch their txt talk

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I will ask my child’s teachers how I can help this year.

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we will plan for the week ahead.

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we will skip the apple and bring the teacher an apple pie.

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we’ll take a closer look at the world around us.

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we’ll tune in to support education.

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

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I’ll show my kid what an informed voter looks like.

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we’ll learn how FAFSA can help pay for college.

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we’ll do mental math.

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we’ll learn why barn owls are the quietest birds in flight.

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I will explain to my child exactly what I do all day at work.

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

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

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we’ll have a spelling bee, kids vs. parents.

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we’ll rock out to the preamble.

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

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

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

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I will make a gift to a local school.

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we’ll entertain each other.

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

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

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our grocery bags will tell us a story.

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my child will write a poem about Arizona.

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my child will write a poem about her favorite teacher.

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

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we’ll invent something.

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we’ll fall in love with the library.

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we’ll identify a favorite tree in our neighborhood.

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

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we’ll do mental math.

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I will ask my kids to teach me something.

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

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we’ll cool off at the local library.

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I appreciate the work teachers do over the summer.

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we’ll create monkey art.

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we’ll calculate how many of our family pet equal one mile.

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

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

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

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I’ll shine a spotlight on education excellence.

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I will be inspired by the power of high expectations.

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we are grateful.

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I’ll ask my child to read me a story.

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

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I will learn more about milestones to support my child’s development.

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I’ll remind my kid that studying is part of the “college experience.

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we’ll plan activities to keep our brains active.

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

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we’ll test the theory of probability.

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I will ask my child about tomorrow.

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I will tickle my child’s curiosity about science.

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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 will do a crossword puzzle.

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we will create a dedicated study spot at home.

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my child will make a list of his or her top 5 colleges.

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I will thank my child’s teachers for setting high expectations.

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I will ask, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” and talk about how to get there.

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my child will open a savings account.

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I will read to my child en Español.

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my toddler will learn to spell his name.

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I will post on social media: #AZTeachersRock!

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

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we’ll look for shapes in architecture.

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

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my child will interview me and tell a story from my life to the family.

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I will take it easy and see what I missed last week.

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

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I’m grateful for what I’ve learned from a sibling.

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we’ll establish a homework schedule.

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we’ll watch a foreign film with English subtitles.

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I will engage my child in planning the family menu for next week.

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we’ll learn the difference between reptiles & amphibians.

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we’ll discuss the different paths she can take to achieve her goals.

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we’ll make a gift for a teacher.

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

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