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Cook up some fun with these educational recipes! Your child will love all the hands-on learning there is to do in the kitchen. Plus, there's a delicious reward waiting at the end of each activity! Food has never been this fun.

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Make your own marshmallows and mix up some very interesting third grade chemistry lessons while you're at it!
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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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Based on the concept of water's "freezing point," this activity entails the lowering of water's freezing point to chill ice cream!
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What's a liquid? What's a solid? What better way to experiment, than by turning a kid favorite, ice cream, into a homemade science lesson!
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Here's a quick and easy recipe for homemade play dough that doesn't involve any cooking! This bright and colorful modeling clay makes a great instant toy!
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Have fun with the kids by "shaping up" your standard chocolate chip cookie recipe, and teach kids about sorting and shapes while you're at it.
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How can you tell the difference between a spider and an insect? Your child will find out as he makes a tray of yummy creepy crawly snacks.
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Have you ever taken a bag of snacks with you on a road trip? If you lived in the 19th century, you might have taken hardtack instead.
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This cookie dough handles like molding clay, but also makes delicious cookies. Use this activity to strengthen your child's alphabet skills.
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Apple slices can turn brown, but when they are coated with lemon juice the acid keeps the apples fresh. Here's how to help your preschooler experiment:
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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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Baking these fun cookies will introduce your child to the concept of cross-sections.
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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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Make this easy composting dessert and then enjoy the yummy results!
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Here's an easy activity for your preschooler or kindergartener: use waffles and fresh fruit to give your child hands-on practice with patterning and numbers.
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Help your child create a tasty treat that will demonstrate exactly how frogs survive a freezing season.
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Make your own architectural masterpiece with supplies from the pantry. Your temple may not be as impressive as the real thing, but it'll be twice as delicious!
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Make environmentally friendly, chemical-free toothpaste using one of the most common, inexpensive pantry staples in the American kitchen: baking soda.
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Here's a fun science experiment that's refreshingly tasty too! Turn regular water into a tasty treat perfect for consuming on a hot day.

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