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Skim First, Answer Later: A Textbook Study Strategy

Textbook studying doesn't have to be a slog. Here's an at-home activity for before your middle-schooler begins those end-of-the-chapter review questions.

Do the Preamble (Un)Scramble

Learn the Preamble to the Constitution this Presidents Day by playing the Preamble (Un)Scramble, an energetic memory game that's fun for the whole family.

Famous African-Americans in History

To celebrate black history month, use this matching quiz to help your kid demonstrate his knowledge of famous African-Americans.

Geography Challenge

Liven up your sixth grader's study of world geography with these three fun challenges.

Mock Debate

Get your child excited for the seemingly stuffier side of these chilly months with a mock debate.

Democracy For the Kids, By the Kids

To channel your child's revolutionary ambitions, introduce her to the political process, and encourage her to campaign for her cause!

Barack Obama Crossword and Trivia

Test your middle schooler's knowledge of Barack Obama by challenging him to complete a crossword puzzle about the President after reading a short biography.

Quote of the Month

Using favorite quotes and song lyrics, your child can make a quote of the month calendar for her friends to hang in their lockers or their bedrooms.

Make a Knuckle Contour Map

Here's a social studies activity to help your middle-school or high-school teenager better understand how contour maps work using only the back of her hand.

Make Your Own Zine

Foster your high schooler's passion for her favorite topic and bolster reading and writing skills by helping her create this self-published zine!

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