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Fifth Grade Activities

Fifth graders can be tough customers when it comes to extracurricular learning, but you're sure to find something to accommodate just about any preference among our collection of fifth grade activities. Whether you have a kid who needs to play catch-up in a few areas or you're dealing with a more advanced learner, you'll find plenty of ideas that suit your needs right here. Check out these activities and try out a few to keep your kid engaged and learning.

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Use this simple and versatile sauce in pasta, sandwiches, or atop baked chicken.
Fifth Grade
Fall
Fresh kale and coconut milk come together in this a fragrant dish that makes a great vegetable side or light main course.
Fifth Grade
Winter
Help your child visualize her goals for the new year by creating a self-portrait that represents all of the amazing things she has done and hopes to do.
Fifth Grade
New Year
Here's a pumpkin nut bread recipe that makes for a wonderful project on a crisp autumn afternoon.
Fifth Grade
Fall
Anyone can write Dad a card for Father's Day; but for the dad who loves sports, get the family to write him a special haiku on a basketball instead!
Fifth Grade
Father's Day
Enlist your fifth grader's help in making homemade mistletoe. Every time someone passes under it, he will express appreciation to another family member!
Fifth Grade
Christmas
A great recipe for a Cinco de Mayo party or any fiesta, any time of the year!
Fifth Grade
Cinco de Mayo
This Santa Lucia crown is a beautiful craft for your child during the holiday season. Wear a Santa Lucia crown on St. Lucy's Day, December 13th.
Fifth Grade
Christmas
Help your fifth grader embrace the roots--literally--of Mother's Day by growing carnations to honor mothers in you family's history.
Fifth Grade
Mother's Day
In Japan, ozoni is one of the main dishes eaten on New Year's Day. Here's how to make this delicious traditional dish with your child.
Fifth Grade
New Year
Here's a 4th of July project that invites your fifth grader to explore what 'liberty' really means to her.
Fifth Grade
July 4th/Independence Day
Help your fifth grader trace your family's roots and interview all the living mothers to create a makeshift, 3-D family tree!
Fifth Grade
Mother's Day
Let your child show off his culinary prowess as he whips up this nutritious and delicious salmon recipe!
Fifth Grade
Cinco de Mayo
Introduce your kid to cooking basics as you make shepherd's pie: a traditional Irish dish thanks to the trusty potato!
Fifth Grade
St. Patrick's Day

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