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Doing sides recipe 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 sides recipe activities together.

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Your beginning teen baker will enjoy the tactile experience of baking this challah bread. It's deceptively simple to make!
Sides
Middle School
Cook these dumplings with your kids to ring in the Chinese New Year or any day you're craving tasty homemade food!
Sides
High School
Raspberry hot chocolate is a sweat treat for your young valentine. Pink and delicious, this raspberry hot chocolate makes the perfect Valentine's Day drink.
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Fifth Grade
Is your child tired of the same old fries with dinner? Invite him to bake up some tasty zucchini fries to accompany the next family meal.
Sides
Fifth Grade
Ready for easy cheese making? Cooking is an art and a science, and it's great hands-on learning. Plus it's fun!
Sides
Middle School
This kitchen activity will engage your preschooler's senses and fine motor skills, and she'll have fun eating her unique creations when she's done!
Sides
Preschool
Don't toss out those old tortillas! Your child can use them to create her own tortilla chips in any flavor she can imagine.
Sides
Third Grade
Stringy orange ghoul guts are actually a healthy and gross-looking appetizer for your child's Halloween party.
Sides
First Grade
This beautiful salad looks like a butterfly and tastes like your favorite vegetables!
Sides
First Grade
Celebrate fall by stuffing some healthy sweet potatoes for a dinner side dish. Your child can learn more about cooking as well as expand his flavor palette.
Sides
Fifth Grade
Edible holiday gifts are perfect for the foodie in your life. Learn how to make edible holiday gifts with this activity and tutorial.
Sides
Third Grade
Make sourdough bread...and learn some colonial history and modern science in the process!
Sides
Fifth Grade
From Canada's flag, to the Toronto Maple Leafs, to classic maple syrup cookies, the maple tree is very much a part of Canadian heritage.
Sides
Kindergarten

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