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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 make a gift for a teacher.

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I will make a gift to a local school.

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We’ll calculate the various ways our favorite football team could win.

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we’ll stargaze.

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we’ll perform a scene from a favorite book.

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we’ll learn why golf balls have dimples.

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the future looks bright.

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I will read to my child en Español.

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I will send my child’s teacher a thank you note.

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we’ll look for ways the sun helps us.

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

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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 look for symmetry.

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we’ll discuss good classroom behavior.

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

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

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

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we’ll work together to build a puzzle.

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

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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 learn why barn owls are the quietest birds in flight.

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my child will write the first chapter in her autobiography.

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I will talk to my child about good classroom behavior.

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my Facebook friends will make some noise for education.

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

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my child will build something with materials found at home.

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

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my child will calculate the tip.

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my child will start a summer temperature graph.

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I’ll make sure my child gets a good night’s sleep for tomorrow.

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I’ll ask my local school if I can volunteer as a tutor.

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we’ll learn the physics of twirling.

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

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

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I will bake a pi and eat no more than 3.14159 pieces.

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we will start a Family Book Club.

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

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my child will think of 3 other words that mean “happy.”

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I will put parent-teacher conference dates on the calendar.

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we’ll build a marshmallow launching device.

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my child will compose an original song.

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we’ll get slimed.

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I’ll pack a sweet treat for my child and an extra one for his teacher.

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

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

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we’ll count backwards as we finish our cereal.

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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 plan a date with my high schooler.

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we’ll dare to dream.

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

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I will share a story about a great teacher.

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I will send my kid an encouraging text.

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

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

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we will create a masterpiece.

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I will encourage 4 friends to vote.

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

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we’ll go to the high school football game & calculate all the ways our team can win.

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I’ll tell my child why I vote for their education.

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

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

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I will ask my kids to teach me something.

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

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I’ll ask my child for four examples of homonyms.

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we’ll discover which type of chocolate melts fastest in the Arizona sun.

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

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my child will consider summer job or internship opportunities.

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drawing pictures of idioms is a no brainer.

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my child will paint the beauty of Arizona.

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

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my child will write a thank you note.

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

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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 a story about the family pet.

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

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we’ll find Fibonacci in nature.

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we’ll discuss how education opens doors.

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we’ll use science & math to find the fairway.

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what goes up must come down.

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we’ll count using our finger puppets.

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my child will teach me how something works.

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

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we will learn about our heritage.

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I’ll wave back.

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we’ll appreciate the science, technology, engineering, and math behind central air conditioning.

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

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