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Doing recipes activities with your children can be a fun way to help teach key skills. They won't even know math is being practiced when you do these fun recipes activities together.

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Cook Halloween pasta on All Hallow's Eve. This green pasta with toothy almonds is a super scary and tasty dinner for trick-or-treaters on Halloween night.
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Middle School
A twist on the gingerbread house, this train is made with graham crackers, icing, and candy decorations. A great 2nd-3rd grade holiday arts and crafts activity.
Desserts
Third Grade
Nothing says Father's Day like a brand new necktie. Much tastier than fabric ties, these sweet baked versions are the perfect gift for Dad.
Desserts
Fifth Grade
Streamline your busy mornings by preparing some delicious Swiss oatmeal the night before.
Mains
First Grade
I see fun in your future! Your child will love making homemade Popsicles and being the creator of jokes or fortunes to write himself on the Popsicle sticks.
Snacks
Third Grade
A round scoop of vanilla ice cream, red sprinkles, and bat and glove cookies are all it takes to make a baseball-themed treat.
Desserts
Third Grade
Looking for a healthy alternative for your preschoolerâs next birthday bonanza? Try out this surprisingly nutritious and wonderfully delicious dessert pizza!
Desserts
Preschool
This gooey, squishy recipe will introduce your second grader to the world of measurements without seeming like a lesson or a chore.
Recipes
Second Grade
This fudge cookie recipe is incredibly easy for even the youngest kids to follow. Plus, it makes a great gift when you're looking to wrap up something sweet.
Desserts
Kindergarten
Here, kids can make edible collages out of cookies and candy. Colorful, creative, and delicious, they make great gifts for sweet-toothed family and friends.
Desserts
Second Grade
Get your kids to give you a hand in the kitchen--literally!--by making fun grilled cheese sandwiches decorated with their handprints.
Snacks
Kindergarten
Instead of giving friends and family a store bought fruitcake you can make your own this year with your favorite ingredients!
Desserts
Fifth Grade
Wondering what to do with all that extra mint leftover from last night's meal? Don't throw it out--make tea instead. It's easy to dry fresh herbs for tea.
Sides
Middle School
Your preschooler will master this quick and easy apple pizza recipe in no time! Bread, butter, cheese, and apples make a healthy alternative to greasy pizza.
Snacks
Preschool
There's no better way to show mom you love her than with the tried and true breakfast in bed routine. Make whole wheat waffles along with a vase just for mom.
Mains
Third Grade

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