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Preschoolers get a hands-on lesson about the color wheel in this St. Patrick's Day exploratory painting activity.
St. Patrick's Day
Preschool
Measuring and mixing is half the fun with these Irish oatmeal cookies, and it's a great way to introduce your second grader to cooking and kitchen tools.
St. Patrick's Day
Second Grade
Here's a delicious and nutritious dish for St. Patrick's Day: make a Niçoise-style salad bursting with a rainbow of colors!
St. Patrick's Day
Fourth Grade
Watch your fifth grader hone his basic kitchen and measuring skills as he helps you whip up a batch of this soothing, savory soup.
St. Patrick's Day
Fifth Grade
Spider cupcakes are creepy-crawly treats that are perfect for Halloween. These spider cupcakes make for a great Halloween party treat.
Halloween
Fourth Grade
This easy craft project boosts counting and fine motor skills, and will help kids learn about Jewish culture.
Passover
First Grade
These potato yogurt cupcakes are a healthy and delicious treat to be shared during the special Jewish holiday of Passover.
Passover
Second Grade
Celebrate Easter brunch with these flaky, delicious, and--yes--healthy whole wheat 'bunny biscuits.'
Easter
First Grade
Encourage your preschooler to learn about the letter 'W' by creating a wonderful work of art.
Winter
Preschool
Show your fourth grader how to use sequins to create a gorgeous, gold-plated Easter egg.
Easter
Fourth Grade
Haroset is a great way to remember and celebrate Jewish culture and history, and it also makes a healthy and tasty snack for kids.
Passover
Second Grade
Use up your leftover hardboiled Easter eggs with our healthy, gourmet variations on an old classic: deviled eggs
Easter
Third Grade
A St. Patrick's Day staple, corned beef and cabbage is a delicious way to celebrate the holiday and introduce your fourth grader to the kitchen.
St. Patrick's Day
Fourth Grade
Ask your middle schooler to figure out what the next 100 days hold in store for him; he'll keep track of daily, weekly, and monthly commitments.
Organizing Time
Middle School

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