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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 talk like we arghh pirates.

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we’ll learn about Arizona’s unique wildlife.

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

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we will learn about our heritage.

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

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

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

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we’ll put together a stem box.

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my child will open a savings account.

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we’ll read news headlines from across the world.

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my child will make the teacher a top 10 list of favorite things learned so far this year.

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my child will make up a name for a new flavor of ice cream.

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I will recap the week at school with my child.

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I will take action and vote early.

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I will ask my child where she wants to go to college.

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we’ll come up with our reading list for the month.

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we will start a weather log to track temperatures over the summer.

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we’ll go to bat for education.

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we’ll make time for family time.

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

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my child will calculate the tip.

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

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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 plan a visit to one of Arizona’s incredible state parks.

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we’ll learn a little about ladybugs.

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

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we’ll estimate how much it will cost to fill up the gas tank.

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I’ll switch it up and have my kid read me a bedtime story.

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we’ll read together for 15-30 minutes.

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

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I will Skype a bedtime story to my grandchild.

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we will watch the sunset together & use adjectives to describe how it makes us feel.

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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 tickle my child’s curiosity about science.

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

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we’ll plan an education adventure!

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

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we’ll use creativity and engineering to build the perfect house.

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we’ll have family book night.

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my child will start a summer temperature graph.

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we’ll watch a foreign film with English subtitles.

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

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

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

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I will find out if my child’s classroom needs any supplies I can provide.

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

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we’ll look for symmetry.

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I’ll tell my grandkids how I ended up in my career.

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my child will capture the beauty of Arizona.

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

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

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I’ll put my support where everyone can see it.

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we’ll find Fibonacci in nature.

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

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my child starts virtual science camp.

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I will write my grandchild a letter and request a written response.

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we’ll tune in to support education.

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my child will get a library card & start to explore the world.

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I will be inspired by the power of high expectations.

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I’ll ask my kid for a book recommendation.

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

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my child will learn about racecar, radar, kayak, and other fun palindromes.

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we’ll rock out to the preamble.

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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 read food labels while we shop.

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I’ll encourage my child’s bright idea.

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

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we will start a Family Book Club.

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my child will write the first chapter in her autobiography.

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I will make sure my voice is heard through my vote.

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

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

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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 the etymology of the word sandwich.

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we’ll count backwards as we finish our cereal.

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I’ll ask my child to write a song about a favorite teacher.

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

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I will stop making jokes about being bad at math.

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I will give my child a blank journal and watch her get inspired.

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

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

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

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we’ll remember that music is instrumental to learning.

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