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If you're good at typing on the computer, you can have your friends dictate their writing assignment or give you the rough draft, and you can type it up for them. I've earned a lot of cash typing for my friends.
Where do aliens keep their coffee cups? On flying saucers!
Put one slice of ham on a plate and spread ranch dressing on it. Sprinkle on some grated carrots and small cucumber chunks (ask an adult to help cut these up). If desired, you could add pickle relish. Roll up the ham slice, and enjoy!
Organize your room in sections. Do your bed area first, then your desk, and then your closet. Soon you will have an organized room.
Take the kids outside with you and ask them to find some leaves. Bring the leaves inside and put them under a piece of paper. Color the paper with a crayon, and you’ll see a pretty leaf impression.
Sit in a circle with a group of girls. Choose a person to start. She thinks of an adjective that starts with the same letter as her name ("I'm Happy Haley."). Then the next girl says her name with an adjective and add the previous girl's name, too ("I'm Awesome Amber, and this is Happy Haley."). Each girl goes around the circle and adds her name to the names of the girls who went before her. The last girl has to remember all of the names!
This craft is fun to do with siblings or friends. You’ll need a canvas and several colors of paint. Put the paint on a paper plate and dip your hands into it. Next press your hands against the canvas. Make sure you get all of the white spaces. After the paint dries, write a positive message over it with a thick permanent marker.
Memorize to Music
If you are having trouble learning facts for a test, try making up a song or a dance. In the lyrics of a song (one that you already know or one you make up), include the information you are struggling with. Or make up some dance moves that help you to "act out" the information. This is a fun way to study!