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Looking for kids activities to show your child the fun side of learning? From science experiments and math games to writing projects and more, we've got you covered!

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Once readers know the individual sounds letters make, they need to learn how to blend them and how to break them apart. This activity will help them practice.
Here's a simple activity to reinforce your fourth grader's study of her home state and help her make a pretty keepsake.
Fourth Grade
US History
This is an easy counting game for preschoolers and toddlers. Great for car trips!
Group Games
These frozen banana pops are an essential summer treat! They are simple for young children to make, and so tasty they are sure to be a hit.
This tissue paper painting activity has been developed especially with special needs children in mind, but is an enjoyable craft for just about anyone.
Third Grade
Paper & Glue Crafts
Provide your child with Q-tip paint brushes that are bunched together and easy to grip, and encourage him to go to work on his painting masterpiece!
First Grade
Painting & Drawing
This creamy peanut butter fudge is a great first recipe to get your first or second grader involved with because it doesn't involve any time in the oven!
Second Grade
If your first grader has a hard time practicing his vocabulary skills, introduce him to this fun word building game.
First Grade
Is your precocious third grader a Shakespeare in the making? Challenge her growing vocabulary with a group game that rewards her wordy ways
Third Grade
Your 1st grade scientist will improve her observation skills as she's encouraged to eat healthy by comparing the dry and fresh fruit in this experiment.
First Grade
Physical Science
An ancient form of writing gets new life in an activity designed to help your child read understand what life was like for early Native Americans.
Third Grade
Want to capture this year? Make a time capsule of this period in your child's life! You may just be surprised at what you find, when you dig it up next year...
Here's a great activity that will bring out the performer in your child!
Fifth Grade
Literary Analysis
Show your fifth grade scientist how to create a siphon using two buckets, plastic tubing, and water. Watch her astonishment as the water travels uphill!
Fifth Grade
Physical Science

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