Party It Up!

After all that hard work in elementary school, your fifth grader deserves a little fun! Throw your student a graduation party that features delicious food and entertaining projects.

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Avocado Sushi

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

Add a creative and personal touch to graduation gifts with this clever character clip that's perfect for securing cards to gift boxes.
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Chicken Strips Recipe

Get your kids in the kitchen this Fourth of July and celebrate the holiday with some delicious and nutritious kid-friendly recipes!
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Nanaimo Bars

Let your fifth grader get in touch with this inner chef by making these delicious no-bake nanaimo bars--named after a city in Canada.
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Make a Folded Paper Illuminaria!

This simple illuminaria can be made for any season or holiday. It's so fun that parents and kids alike will enjoy making a new one for each special holiday!
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Easy Fudge

This Mother's Day, mix in some fifth grade science learning to create this fabulous fudge!
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Frog Cupcakes

Frog cupcakes make the perfect treat for kids who love their amphibians.
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Friendship Pencils

Make these homemade friendship pencils for a party or the beginning of school and have a stylish writing utensil that kids will love trading.
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