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Third Grade activities to help show your child the fun side of learning. From easy Third Grade activities to more advanced, we've got you covered.

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Craft a durable, three-dimensional Santa boot that looks great as a stocking, gift box, holiday decoration, or table centerpiece.
Third Grade
Construction & Sculpture
Pilgrim games are fun for the whole family before and after Thanksgiving dinner. These Pilgrim games take your family outdoors on for fun, traditional games.
Third Grade
US History
Take a stab at 18th century American cooking with your kids by following this tasty recipe from the first colonial cookbook.
Third Grade
Desserts
Pureed ripe peaches, vanilla yogurt, agave nectar, and juicy chunks of peach come together to form a refreshing pop that hits the spot on a hot summer day.
Third Grade
Snacks
Challenge your third-grader to sharpen her new math skills--and maybe do the planet a favor, too.
Third Grade
Probability & Data
Hiding protein-rich quinoa and a variety of fresh vegetables, these meatballs are the perfect answer to kid food woes.
Third Grade
Mains
This healthy chicken salad is spiced up with a dash of fragrant curry.
Third Grade
Mains
When it comes to helping your third grader manage a school backpack, small steps now bring big payoffs later.
Third Grade
Geography
Boost creativity and writing skills by having your child come up with his own Gourmet S'mores recipe!
Third Grade
Desserts
Make a Tzedakah box with your child to collect money for his favorite charity. This Jewish Tredakah box is a great way to teach your child about giving.
Third Grade
Recycled Crafts
This activity will give your child a chance to practice threading a needle, and she'll end up with a fun and unique hair band!
Third Grade
Fabric Projects
These gingerbread cookies can be baked by your third grader. Make a warm batch of gingerbread cookies to bring some extra holiday cheer to your home.
Third Grade
Desserts
When you see those sunscreen 'protection levels,' what does that really mean?  Try this experiment to find out.
Third Grade
Physical Science

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