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Grow flowers in your own garden, and sell pretty bouquets to friends, neighbors, and family members.
Why can't you tell a secret in a garden? Because corn has ears, potatoes have eyes, and beans talk!
Mini Cinnamon Rolls
Flatten two slices of bread with a rolling pin. Smear chocolate hazelnut spread on each piece. Sprinkle with cinnamon, and roll up the bread tightly. With an adult's help, cut rolls into 1/2-inch slices. With an adult's permission, microwave the cinnamon rolls for 10 seconds. Yum!
When I moved, my walls were bare, so I hung up posters of animals all over my room. I feel happy when I'm in my room surrounded by animals. If you're bored with your blank walls, ask if you can hang up lots of animal posters to make your room look cool!
When I started babysitting, it helped to read babysitting how-to books from the library. The books had lots of great ideas!
This is a fun game to play outside. The person chosen to be the “mummy” lies down on the grass. Everyone else walks in circles around the mummy and says, “One, two, three, four, five, mummy come alive!” The person lying down stands up and runs around with her arms straight out (so that she looks like a mummy). Whoever gets tagged is the mummy next.
I like to make my own cute owls. First, I cut out two wings from cupcake wrappers and I glue them to a toilet paper roll. After the wings are dry, I use a marker to draw eyes and a beak on the owl. I like to display a group of them in my room. What a hoot!
If you want to improve your reading skills, try reading at least 15 minutes each night. Then you can work your way up to reading a chapter every day. This could help you be a better reader.