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Celebrate the life and work of Dr. King by making a timeline of some major events during his life and the Civil Rights Movement.
Martin Luther King
Black History Month
To celebrate black history month, use this matching quiz to help your kid demonstrate his knowledge of famous African-Americans.
Black History Month
Fifth Grade
This writing activity will promote dialogue about racial segregation and its impact on African-Americans throughout history with your child.
Black History Month
Third Grade
Celebrate Chinese New Year by teaching your child how to use chopsticks!  She'll build her math and fine motor skills as she does this activity.
Counting & Numbers
Chinese New Year
Okay, engaging in a graphing activity may sound ho-hum, but if you use fun data, it changes the picture entirely.
Probability & Data
Third Grade
Learn about the Bill of Rights this President's Day by playing a Pictionary-inspired drawing game. Players draw a right as others try to guess what it is.
President's Day
Fifth Grade
Spice up your first grader's spelling practice this President's Day by playing the Abraham Lincoln Penny Spelling game!
President's Day
First Grade
Playing the Number Sentence Game with your child gives him the opportunity to practice ordering and comparing numbers using symbols.
Place Value
Second Grade
Learn the Preamble to the Constitution this President's Day by playing the Preamble (Un)Scramble, an energetic memory game that's fun for the whole family.
President's Day
Middle School
Spark your child's interest in current events by encouraging her to write a letter to the president in this middle to high school activity.
President's Day
Middle School
Try this fun garden graphing project with your kindergartener this summer to give him a leg up in math and science while spending some valuable time outdoors!
Graphing & Data
Kindergarten
This activity will give your child the opportunity to feel like math can work for her, not against her.
Math
Middle School
Most parents probably wouldn't mind subtracting 8-9 years off their age. Here's a fun third grade subtraction activity that may do just that.
Subtraction
Third Grade
This activity will further your child's ability to interpret graphs and let her apply math skills in a real-world situation.
Probability & Statistics
Fifth Grade
You and your fourth grader can pay homage to the 2010 Winter Olympics held in Vancouver, Canada, by baking up a batch of maple leaf pancakes!
Fractions
Fourth Grade

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