# Can You Measure It?

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Hand over the ruler and measuring cup! Challenge your mathematician to 12 fun-filled measuring activities.

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### Area and Volume

Have your child observe, measure and record the amount of space objects occupy, and you'll have an inside space explorer on your hands in no time!

### Craft Your Own Carnival! Make Juggling Balls

These homemade juggling balls are super simple to make and are a blast to play with. Not to mention, they're great practicing hand-eye coordination.

### Make No-Bake Blueberry Cheesecake

Use this great no-bake recipe to save energy and keep cool.

This activity with add some fun and education to long car trips. Perfect for family vacations!

By using your child's own activity schedule, you can strengthen his understanding of elapsed time, and get him organized along the way!

### Reaction Time Science: How Fast Are You?

Does your middle school teenager have good reflexes? Gauge his reaction time in this science and math activity that requires only a yardstick and a friend.

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### Cook Thai Peanut Noodles

Your child can turn dinner into a flavorful adventure that transports the entire family to a land far away with some quick and easy Thai peanut noodles.

Does your child love sushi? How about creating something a little different with these avocado sushi bites that have a little cucumber too!

### Create a Cube and Find Its Surface Area

Make learning how to calculate surface area easy and fun using this simple hands-on approach.

### Tip the Scales for Estimation

This hands-on activity gives your child an opportunity to apply various strategies to solve a problem and to check if his answer makes sense.

### Apple Cider Cupcakes

Surprise your child by taking the apple cider from the fridge and transforming it into a wonderful treat!