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I love to read, so I decided to turn my interest into a business. I read to little kids. Parents in my neighborhood ask me to read to their children, and I charge $3 an hour. I make lots of money, and the kids love it!
What happens when you tell an egg a joke? It cracks up!
On a Roll
Spread cream cheese on a thin slice of ham or salami. Add a little pickle relish and roll it up. Yum!
Seeing a Pattern
A way to make your room look stylish and fun is to add some bold graphic patterns. You could have black-and-white curtains or have a lampshade with an interesting pattern. Cool!
To make children feel more comfortable with you, bring along some games or books that you liked when you were little. The children might warm up to you more if you bring some things that they're interested in, too.
Give each player a wrapped gift (such as a small, inexpensive object) and a pair of mittens. See who can unwrap her present the fastest while wearing mittens!
Just Picture It
You can make your own easy photo frame. Cut a rectangle from a piece of cardboard, and cut an area in the middle for the picture you want to display. After that, cut out letters from newspapers or magazines to spell out words such as "Friends" or "I love my dog!" Glue the letters to the cardboard. Let dry. Tape the photo into your cardboard frame. This is great to put on a bulletin board.
Great Lakes Trick
Here's a great way to remember the names of the Great Lakes: HOMES. It stands for Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior. This trick always helps me!