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These checklists will help you know where your child should be at the beginning and end of fourth grade social studies.
Here's a cheat sheet on what your child's social studies curriculum should be at the beginning and end of third grade.
Here are six museums to visit that are rich in learning opportunities, but aren't spread across acres or up three floors.
Take today to celebrate nonviolence, equality, service and justice with your child.
Wondering what will happen in your fifth grader's social studies curriculum?  Here's a guide to what your child's academic life will be like.
Where's the culture for kids? Many kids can't find major landmarks on a map. Here are some tips to bring culture for kids and world geography into your home.
Step up the geography education outside the classroom with these 10 fun ideas.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day marks the perfect opportunity to explore the history and context of the Civil Rights Movement. Here are some notable landmarks:
If your teen has a taste for treasure, technology, or just a love of adventure, then 'geocaching' might be just the thing.
Whether your child's a history buff or an archeologist-in-training, ghost towns may be just the off-the-beaten-path field trip your family's been looking for.
Here are some ideas for creating a pop culture scavenger hunt that will help boost your child's geography skills.
Here are some ideas to help lift civic education off the pages of that dusty old textbook and bring it to life.
It's important to remember the origins of Memorial Day.  Here are some ways for parents to teach their children to honor our nation's defenders.
Learning about family heritage is an important activity to engage in with your child. Not sure where to get started? Here's a quick guide to Genealogy 101.
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.
There are two ways to study history. Memorizing facts from textbooks, or the fun way!  Here's a guide to living history museums.
Jewish and non-Jewish children alike can appreciate an overview of Passover's rich symbolism. Here's a guide to help get your started.
February marks Black History Month; read up on some lesser-known figures in African-American history and celebrate their legacy.
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