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Natural vs. Artificial: Can You Taste the Difference?

Which do you prefer: real or artificial? Try this sweet little taste experiment to help your kids develop a better awareness of the food they consume.

Snag a Spoon! A Math Game

In this version of the classic card game, students will gain a solid understanding of basic equivalents and will be having so much fun they may not even realize it's a math review.

Equation Magic

Impress your child with a bit of math magic by performing a card trick anchored in addition and multiplication.

Prime Number Hunter

Wondering how to help your child get a handle on prime numbers? Why not turn her into a prime number hunter?

Go Shopping for Decimal Practice!

Here's an activity that will get your child's attention with a back-to-school shopping spree. The catch? He'll have to use decimal skills to add, subtract, multiply, and divide his way to a new wardrobe!

Pick Up

Use a deck of playing cards to improve math reasoning skills! This two-player game requires logic and critical thinking. If your child likes puzzles, this activity will be a big hit!

Craft Your Own Carnival! Make Juggling Balls

Be the ringmaster of your very own household circus by making some juggling balls! They're super simple to make and are a blast to play with. Not to mention, they're great practicing hand-eye coordination!

Make Baking Soda Toothpaste

Looking to get away from all the chemicals in store bought toothpaste? There's no need to head out to the health food store: it's easy to make eco-friendly, chemical-free toothpaste at home.

Explore Circumference with Your Bicycle Wheel

By late elementary school, students are exploring the many ways that geometry translates to real-world situations. Here's a hands-on activity that helps your child understand the concept of "circumference."

The Amazing Equation Race

Games are a great way to ease your fifth grader's fear of new math concepts. Here's an interactive, fast-paced game that will make your fifth grader feel more comfortable with simple equations.

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