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Homemade eggnog is a tasty holiday libation for your whole family. Make homemade eggnog with your child and help him understand measurements in cooking.
Christmas
High School
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.
Christmas
Middle School
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!
US History
July 4th/Independence Day
Celebrate Earth Day with a decorative tree made out of strictly reused and recycled materials.
Earth Day
Kindergarten
All your preschooler needs to create a personalized Halloween memento is her two hands and some black paint.
Halloween
Kindergarten
Get in the Halloween spirit with simple and inexpensive Halloween bat decorations.
Halloween
Kindergarten
Your first grader can create this cute heart puzzle with craft sticks and watercolor paints to challenge her friends!
Valentine's Day
First Grade
Your child can use leaves and grasses to create his own outdoor art in celebration of Earth Day...all he needs are is the great outdoors and some creativity!
Earth Day
Third Grade
This St. Patrick's Day show your child to the fun of resist painting. It's as simple as getting out a crayon and some watercolor paints!
St. Patrick's Day
First Grade
In Japan, ozoni is one of the main dishes eaten on New Year's Day. Here's how to make this delicious traditional dish with your child.
World Cultures
New Year
Make a healthy, no-cook salad with some help from your third grade chef - and practice math and measurement while you're at it!
July 4th/Independence Day
Third Grade
Your child can now recreate history by building their very own fortified castle.
History
Fifth Grade
This project, focused on the burial practices of ancient Egyptians, is a great addition to a social studies curriculum.
History
World Cultures
Every day can be Chinese New Year with a dancing dragon that your child can make at home.
Holidays
Chinese New Year
Host a royal party full of 'please and thank you' - even the queen would approve. Have a ball while your kids practice etiquette!
Community & Cultures
First Grade

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