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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.
Christmas
Fifth Grade
These cool treats are loaded with fruit, veggies, protein, and calcium, just what your child needs to fuel up for a busy day at school.
Mains
First Grade
This activity is a fun way to fill up his tummy and spend time together creating edible lessons in the kitchen.
Mains
Preschool
This yogurt dip can do anything ranch dip can, and more! It's a healthy snack easy for kids to make...and eat.
Snacks
Sides
Your child can create gnocchi with a twist by using sweet potatoes, and then rolling them into a healthy main dish!
Mains
Middle School
This apple cider recipe makes a perfect drink for a cold winter day. Make our apple cider recipe with your child this holiday season.
Sides
Hanukkah
Homemade eggnog is a tasty holiday libation for your whole family. Make homemade eggnog with your child and help him understand measurements in cooking.
Sides
Christmas
This wassail recipe gets your child to concoct a sweet and tangy spiced cider. Celebrate the season with this wassail recipe and a few Christmas carols.
Sides
Christmas
Mix up a batch of molasses cookies, and you'll have a delicious chance to teach your child some math and social studies in the process!
Desserts
July 4th/Independence Day
Help your child make her very own candy bars with this easy recipe.
Desserts
Third Grade
Bake a sweet treat for Epiphany Eve, also known as Twelfth Night or Three Kings' Day, with this easy recipe based on French puff pastry.
Desserts
Christmas
Help your fourth grade scientist practice measurement, and make a scrumptious, healthy summer cheesecake in the process!
Desserts
July 4th/Independence Day
Invite your second grader to help you measure and mix these fresh, cool concoctions!
Snacks
July 4th/Independence Day
Chinese New Year is right around the corner, so why not help your child make festive and tasty rice balls to celebrate?
Sides
Chinese New Year

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