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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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Make a healthy, no-cook salad with some help from your third grade chef - and practice math and measurement while you're at it!
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Third Grade
Boost creativity and writing skills by having your child come up with his own Gourmet S'mores recipe!
Desserts
Third Grade
This creamy peanut butter fudge is a great first recipe to get your first or second grader involved with because it doesn't involve any time in the oven!
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Second Grade
Help your child learn the language of mathematics through cupcakes with this fun counting activity.
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Preschool
Celebrate Dia de los Muertos by baking pan de muerto. In this 5th-6th grade activity, your child will explore another culture while learning about baking.
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Fifth Grade
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!
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Fourth Grade
This holiday season, don't forget the many delights of 'cookie science'!  Here's a confection we especially like.
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Third Grade
Forget the package! Make your own delicious jello treat at home with your child. This healthy snack is just as tasty to eat as it is fun to play with!
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Kindergarten
You won't miss the gluten in these pancakes! These delicious and nutritious flap jacks will make a fabulous addition to any breakfast table, gluten free or not!
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Fourth Grade
This gluten free recipe for coconut rice is a tasty way to help any picky eater expand her culinary horizons. She'll get great measuring practice along the way!
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Preschool
This quick budget-friendly recipe is the perfect way to indulge in a restaurant quality meal in the comfort of your home. And it's grain and dairy free to boot!
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Fourth Grade
Here's a preschool activity to help your child get a head start on his day: make car-shaped toast slathered with his favorite topping.
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Mains
This delicious recipe is one that both kids with and without gluten sensitivity will love! A familiar classic is reworked into a healthy snack.
Snacks
Preschool
Let your curious kindergartener experiment with this tasty combo as you sneak a little compare and contrasting practice into the mix
Snacks
Kindergarten
Encourage your preschooler to create his own edible moue creation complete with an ice cream face, cookie ears, sprinkle whiskers, and jelly bean nose and eyes.
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Preschool

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