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Teach your child Morse code, and a little bit of history that she'll pick up in a flash!
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Be active while learning about American history with this twist on the classic running game "Capture the Flag."
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Spark your child's interest in ancient history by making a round shield like the ones carried by hoplites, Ancient Greek citizen-soldiers.
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Commemorate the 100th Day of School with your child by making a timeline covering the last 100 years in this enriching middle school history activity.
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Help your fifth grader embrace the roots--literally--of Mother's Day by growing carnations to honor mothers in you family's history.
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Show your teens the connection between making history and writing it by having them write, illustrate, and edit a newspaper from the past.
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Haroset is a great way to remember and celebrate Jewish culture and history, and it also makes a healthy and tasty snack for kids.
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Introduce your kid to abstract art with this painting activity. It's the perfect way to engage a kinesthetic learner and spark an interest in art history!
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Help your child make a cubist self-portrait while he boosts his math and spatial skills with this fun lesson in art history!
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Looking for a way to engage your child with an interest in family history, or boost his writing? This is a great writing and storytelling activity.
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Here's a way to make history both interesting and relevant: design a garden using plants that were used by people in colonial times!
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Dive into U.S. colonial history by making a simple bottle gourd water cooler, crafted by colonists of Roanoke Island in the 16th century.
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Ancient tribes believed that these dolls kept worries away at night. Your 1st grader can make his own and learn about history, culture, and art in this activity
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Most timeline activities are all about history. Make timelines more relevant and personal for your child by focusing on the hours and minutes of his day.
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Help your fourth grader affirm her place in the family and in the march of recent history with this family album project.
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Help your high school revive some Renaissance history with art by making a silverpoint sketch. In this activity, make your own stylus and special paper.
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Celebrate Hanukkah the old-fashioned way with an oil lantern. This craft is a perfect opportunity to teach your child the history of this special holiday.
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When you're studying the Mayflower, numbers can be an important part of the history...and a great chance to practice elementary math!
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Teach your child measurement skills and some Mardi Gras history as you make this delectably delicious traditional treat known as King Cake.
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Try this fun and creative art project with you high-schooler to teach her a little art history keep her artistic mind active this summer.

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