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You've got to try it to believe it! Making these sweet treats allows your second grader to practice with measurement and boost his motor skills.
Second Grade
Make your St. Patrick's Day party an extra festive affair with green punch! A mix of sherbet, lime juice, and lemon lime soda, this recipe is sure to be a hit.
On Columbus Day, kids learn about the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria in school. Build replicas of these famous ships and race them across the pool.
First Grade
Construction & Sculpture
Preschoolers get a hands-on lesson about the color wheel in this St. Patrick's Day exploratory painting activity.
Painting & Drawing
Measuring and mixing is half the fun with these Irish oatmeal cookies, and it's a great way to introduce your second grader to cooking and kitchen tools.
Second Grade
Here's a delicious and nutritious dish for St. Patrick's Day: make a Niçoise-style salad bursting with a rainbow of colors!
Fourth Grade
Watch your fifth grader hone his basic kitchen and measuring skills as he helps you whip up a batch of this soothing, savory soup.
Fifth Grade
Help your child discover the difference between his wants and needs using this poster.
Paper & Glue Crafts
Here are six fresh ideas to liven up your teen's study time, and involve the whole family at the same time!
High School
Study Skills
Want to reinforce new middle school math terms (variables, equations), while helping your child solve simple one and two-step equations?
Middle School
Algebra & Functions
'CUPS' is a useful tool when helping your student edit a writing piece. Plus, it's an activity you can do together!
Fifth Grade
Celebrate Read Across America Day with your first grader by playing a pink crepe paper racing game inspired by Dr. Seuss's book 'The Cat in the Hat Come Back.'
First Grade
Here's how you and your teen can stage your own formal debateâbeyond arguing why chores are unethical! Formal debates improve teens' critical thinking skills.
High School
Environmental Science

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