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Make grammar interesting for kinders, with this fun take on charades. They'll practice verbs and get in some giggles, too!
Kindergarten
Spelling
Using aluminum is a great way to recycle and make some shiny ornaments borrowing from this traditional Mexican art form. Here's an easy kids' activity!
Fourth Grade
Construction & Sculpture
Help your teen make a custom, handmade hula hoop. It's sure to fit perfectly, and she can personalize it with colored tape to make it her own!
Middle School
Construction & Sculpture
Make some fairy tale felt board stories with your child the next time you're looking for a fun activity for a lazy afternoon.
Preschool
Fabric Projects
This clay doesn't need to go into the oven. Brew up a batch, let your child shape it, and dry overnight. By morning, it's ready for paint. Perfect for holidays!
Preschool
Construction & Sculpture
Even the birds need to get out of the rain during the winter months. Help your child help nature and fill a lazy afternoon with this easy, cute craft.
Second Grade
Construction & Sculpture
Getting through to your tween or teen is a whole lot easier with a Family Journal that serves as an old-school, non-electronic form of communication.
Middle School
Composition
What happens when eyes see something that the brain knows cannot be true? In this science activity, the brain has to 'fudge' it when interpreting what you see.
Fourth Grade
Life Science
Your kid will be captivated as she watches liquids change color before her very eyes during this fun science project that introduces some chemistry basics.
First Grade
Physical Science
Create a beautiful pop-up paper lantern and will serve as the perfect decoration at your next party.
Fourth Grade
Paper & Glue Crafts
First grade math includes lots of work with two-digit numbers.  Here's an activity to help kids practice recognizing and sequencing numbers from 1-30.
First Grade
Place Value
This versatile clay-like material hardens if left out and can be used for building sand castles, forts, and even school projects.
Kindergarten
Construction & Sculpture
Teach your preschooler color recognition using this handy egg carton sorter. She will group objects by color and learn to recognize their names with this tool.
Preschool
Recycled Crafts

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