Teach your child measurement skills and some Mardi Gras history as you make this delectably delicious traditional treat known as King Cake.
Make lunch or afternoon snack more memorable your preschooler or pre-kindergartener with these sweet snowflakes snacks.
Create tasty and healthy bruschetta the whole family will love and get your child in the kitchen involved in making the food she eats!
Teach your 5th grader valuable science skills and the importance of fresh water to our survival with this fun and informative activity!
Raspberry hot chocolate is a sweat treat for your young valentine. Pink and delicious, this raspberry hot chocolate makes the perfect Valentine's Day drink.
Help your second grader embrace his "green" side by recycling empty citrus peels into fruity ice cream bowls!
Forget mass-produced, store bought holiday ornaments. Your fifth grader can usher in the holidays by making his own homemade marbled Christmas balls!
Follow this Colonial recipe for candied rose petals, and share the sweets with friends, family or classmates.
Watch your fifth grader hone his basic kitchen and measuring skills as he helps you whip up a batch of this soothing, savory soup.
Your child can treat the family to breakfast in bed this Valentine's Day by making strawberry and chocolate French toast with this decadent recipe.
Put a flavorful twist on a classic dish, and make tortilla lasagna! All your favorite ingredients from traditional Mexican food will go into this creation.
Let your preschooler create something cute while making something delicious to eat: create bread sculptures, or shapes of bread dough!
Help your middle schooler improve his observation skills by playing this simple observation and spatial memorization game.
Get your kids in the kitchen this Fourth of July and celebrate the holiday with some delicious and nutritious kid-friendly recipes!
Your child will impress all of your holiday guests with this simple recipe for non-alcoholic mulled spice wine. It's warm, festive, fun, and very sophisticated.
Chocolate dipped candy canes make an elegant and delicious Christmas treat that your fifth grader can make. Make chocolate dipped candy canes with your child.
Made to humorously resemble reindeer droppings, these simple to make and yummy to eat holiday desserts are destined to become a family favorite.
Glass candy ornaments are easy to make and fun for kids. Make a batch of glass candy ornaments with your child this holiday season.
Here's a fun math-oriented arts and crafts activity for your preschool or kindergarten child: create a gumdrop topiary and practice counting along the way.
These 3-D snow globe cookies look amazing on any table and will gets kids excited about the upcoming holiday season!
Not all snowmen are made of ice. This popcorn snowman tastes like the holiday season and also makes a cute decoration on any dining table.
Teach your child how easy it is to make homemade pasta, infused with delicious and nutritious autumn pumpkins.
Your child can turn cookie dough into a big pile of colorful painted fall leaves ready for eating!
Your child can create gnocchi with a twist by using sweet potatoes, and then rolling them into a healthy main dish!
Bake domino cookies and spark your child's interest in traditional games. This baking activity is great for 5th-6th grade children.
In celebration of Earth Day, help your fifth grader write a poem from the Earth to its inhabitants.
Does your child love sushi? How about creating something a little different with these avocado sushi bites that have a little cucumber too!
Surprise your child by taking the apple cider from the fridge and transforming it into a wonderful treat!
What are the rules of your home? Help your fifth grader draft a Family Constitution and even give it an aged look using soaked tea bags.
Your kid can learn about the process of making frozen yogurt and enjoy a homemade, flavorful dessert. Experiment with this fun, chilly food!
With a clear bottle and a few plastic straws, you can easily make a hummingbird feeder and demonstrate the effects of atmospheric pressure at the same time!
Based on the concept of water's "freezing point," this activity entails the lowering of water's freezing point to chill ice cream!
Full of flavor and color, this versatile dish can be made as spicy or as mild as you like.
With this activity, you'll be practicing adding and subtracting fractions, but the activity can be modified to refresh multiplication, division, and more.
Your child can transform plain yogurt into a healthy and tasty treat the whole family will love! She'll learn more about baking as well as how yogurt is made.
These Olympic-themed treats are so quick and easy that even little hands can be a big help!
It can feel good to hit something when you're mad. The more your child pounds, squeezes, and mashes this dough, the better these play dough cookies will taste!
With just a handful of ingredients and some leftover mashed potatoes from dinner the night before, your child can make this simple and healthy soup.
Heart-shaped crackers are a tasty and unexpected snack perfect for your young valentine. Combine the fun of crafting with food with these heart-shaped crackers.
Make environmentally friendly, chemical-free toothpaste using one of the most common, inexpensive pantry staples in the American kitchen: baking soda.
Make chocolate dipped spoons with your child this holiday season. Chocolate dipped spoons make great gifts for friends and family, and they are simple to make.
Make your own marshmallows and mix up some very interesting third grade chemistry lessons while you're at it!
Make flavored popcorn with your kids and explore the tastes of herbs. They'll learn more about their palate as well as how to make perfectly popped popcorn!
Your child can personalize these customizable cookies for friends and family as he makes his own fortune cookies from this fortune cookie recipe.
Replace the butterfat and sugar of ice cream with the sublime sweetness of a frozen chocolate-covered banana.
Wondering what to do with all that extra mint leftover from last night's meal? Don't throw it out--make tea instead. It's easy to dry fresh herbs for tea.
This sweet and tangy homemade barbecue sauce is a great way to introduce kids to the culinary arts.