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Chemistry isn't just incredible ... sometimes its edible! These crystal lollipops are a delicious introduction to chemistry concepts.
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Enjoy some autumn fun with your child by trying a project that helps her practice her math skills by measuring out the ingredients for cinnamon-scented dough.
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Give your child a taste of life in Civil War era America by mixing up a batch of old-fashioned cornbread, adapted from a 19th century recipe.
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Budding bakers can explore the excitement of the kitchen without fear of cuts or hot ovens by making these super simple and tasty cookies.
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Focus on tasty savory dishes instead of sweet treats this Valentine's Day: make Caprese salad with heart-shaped mozzarella.
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Make meringues with your first grader and see how states of matter can transform before your very eyes. Here's how:
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Help your child practice symmetry with this fun activity that will leave your child with a sweet symmetrical treat!
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Explore Pilgrim foodways with three heritage cornbread recipes.
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Transform that big batch of stuffing into a new dish to add some zest to your dinner with this leftover stuffing recipe.
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Popsicles aren't just for the summertime, this activity takes cold and turns it into a creative and tasty science experiment.
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If your first grader loves to play with her food, turn the messy habit into a clever arts and craft project.
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Invite your first grader to play with his food! He will improve his fine motor skills as he creates zany edible art!
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Challenge your young dinosaur lover to examine dinosaur footprints and then create her own dinosaur fossil in this hands-on activity.
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Your child can explore the wonders of science, and the concept of dehydration, along with creating a healthy and tasty treat!
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Here is an activity that your kids can make for Mother's Day, a garden pot filled with edible "flowers".
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The kitchen can be a favorite place for kids. And cooking helps them develop valuable skills-- from eye-hand coordination, to reading, to math
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Give your child an introduction to food preservation by making and canning your own yummy, homemade pasta sauce!
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Your first grader will love feeding his favorite winged creatures with these tasty Christmas "cookies" for birds!
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Introduce your child to baking with traditional Hamantaschen, or jam-filled buttery cookies that are usually made for Purim.
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These Halloween sandwiches are a creepy-crawly treat for a holiday party or an especially scary school lunch. Make these Halloween sandwiches for your child.

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