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Preparing the food for the Seder plate can be a family affair and is a great way for young children to learn the traditions of Passover.
Jewish and non-Jewish children alike can appreciate an overview of Passover's rich symbolism. Here's a guide to help get your started.
Here's how to introduce your child to the wonders of mythology.
Here are some tips for teaching your child about the Star Spangled Banner.
Letterboxing is a great way to go on an outdoor treasure hunt that combines creativity, problem-solving and family friendly fun.
The Summer Solstice provides a great learning opportunity for kids of all ages.
Analyzing the origins of nursery rhymes is a fun way to remember events in British history.
Giving your child a forum in which to discuss current events, such the presidential elections, will set your child on the path to good citizenship. Here's how.
Talk with your children about the true history and significance of Memorial Day in the United States.
Introduce your child to the history behind Independence Day. Here's how to build learning opportunities this 4th of July.
We've heard lots of rumors about George Washington - but who exactly was he? Here's a cheat sheet to the guy sitting pretty on your $1 bills.
Want to sneak some learning into Independence Day? Try these fun - and educational - 4th of July activities.
The modern Olympics are widely enjoyed today, but how much can you tell your child about the history of the Ancient Olympics? Here's a cheat sheet!
One way to create a bridge to the past is to recreate some of the sights, sounds and tastes Egyptian kids might have experienced all those years ago.
Cowboy play is still a great way to introduce kids to history, and have some fun to boot.
The idea of the Seven Wonders of the World has trickled down through the years. This July, a brand-spanking-new version will be unveiled in Lisbon.
This week America gets a new president. You can share in the excitement with your child, and turn the presidential inauguration into a learning moment.
The principles American colonists fought for can be hard for children to understand. Try these fun projects to help your child learn American history.
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