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Graph are a great way to organize information. Your child will get to practice graphing by creating a bar graph and a pictorial graph of her friend's names.
Third Grade
Graphing & Data
Create a piece of public art on a movable wall. This scrap paper mosaic is made on a board that can be displayed just about anywhere.
Fifth Grade
Construction & Sculpture
Here's a quick, kid-friendly intro to some geometry terms, and a fail-safe way to calculate circumference, no matter what!
Middle School
Geometry
Your child will learn a whole alphabet of different jobs while she completes this brain-teaser chart just in time to celebrate Labor Day!
Fourth Grade
Handwriting
To reach goals and gain accomplishments, you have to have a plan for success. This activity will help your child to create goals for the upcoming school year.
Third Grade
Composition
This project makes learning the difference between warm and cool colors easy and fun. And it's a great intro to complimentary colors - great for pop art!
Third Grade
Painting & Drawing
This is a fun, tactile art project where tearing paper produces art that makes a great gift for any occasion.
Third Grade
Paper & Glue Crafts
Help your first grader explore the magical world of constellations by creating these special star charts from the night sky.
First Grade
Physical Science
Help your child reinforce the order of the alphabet with this hands-on activity using some everyday materials. It's a fun way to put a spin on a timeless skill.
Kindergarten
The Alphabet
Here's a science activity to help your first-grader investigate how seeds are designed to travel.
First Grade
Life Science
Help your child get to know the least-appreciated of the five senses, the sense of smell, with a smelling station.
Third Grade
Life Science
Help cement the concept of place value with this simple activity that involves creating a set of dials made from Styrofoam cups.
Third Grade
Place Value
Expand on your child√Ęs time-telling skills by helping him learn how an analog clock and a digital clock correspond.
Third Grade
Time
Whether it's a bag lunch, goody bag, or used to decorate a table, this cute little fox bag is sure to make your kid smile.
First Grade
Paper & Glue Crafts

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