If you were president of the USA, what would you want your portrait to look like? Draw it on this worksheet and join the company of some famous presidents.
Barry the Bandit is at it again! Encourage your fourth grade detective to use his multiplication skills in order to solve the case of a fleeing fugitive.
The next road trip needs brain teasers like these, with great U.S. state sights, facts and a word search on every geography worksheet. Check out Ohio Fun Facts!
Your beginning teen baker will enjoy the tactile experience of baking this challah bread. It's deceptively simple to make!
Make your own architectural masterpiece with supplies from the pantry. Your temple may not be as impressive as the real thing, but it'll be twice as delicious!
One way to help your middle-schooler learn about ancient civilizations is by creating a travel brochure.
Ancient Greek vases were not only utilitarian, they were also works of art. Jump into ancient cultures by decorating your own vase in classic Greek style.
Help your teen delve into the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World; he'll come up with catchy slogans to advertise them in a pretend travel brochure.
Encourage your child's interest in other cultures by helping him create his own colorful prayer flag inscribed with a special message for the world.