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Looking for kids activities to show your child the fun side of learning? From science experiments and math games to writing projects and more, we've got you covered!

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If you're looking to make use of your summer vegetables, try this lighter twist on a favorite fried appetizer.
Middle School
Summer is a great time to work on pre-kindergarten skills that will serve your child well in her first year at school, while having some fun in the sun!
Plants, Animals & the Earth
Looking for a fun summer adventure? Learn what it was like to be a prospector during the California Gold Rush by panning for gold in a local creek.
Fourth Grade
Get your kids in the kitchen this Fourth of July and celebrate the holiday with some delicious and nutritious kid-friendly recipes!
Fifth Grade
Here's a tasty summer holiday treat: oatmeal chocolate chip cookie sandwiches filled with cinnamon ice cream.
Second Grade
Kids will learn about the five senses with this quick and easy art project to get them ready for school.
Middle School
Paper & Glue Crafts
Pump up the learning level of your kindergartener's summer break by playing patriotic bingo when July 4th rolls around.
After all that hard work in elementary school, your fifth grader deserves a little fun! Throw your student a graduation party that features delicious food and entertaining projects.
Fifth Grade
Allow your first grader to get his artwork outdoors this summer by letting him create a garden art box for his arts and crafts supplies.
First Grade
Painting & Drawing
Before hitting the road this summer, arm yourself with Straight Face, a game guaranteed to turn bored frowns into happy grins and giggles.
First Grade
Instead of buying new sunglasses this summer, why not use recycled materials to make some of your own?
Second Grade
Recycled Crafts

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