Use meals to explore your family's cultural roots with your middle-schooler.
How you can help at home: In this math activity your child learns about proportion and ratios while following a recipe.
Personalized alphabet books turn a ho-hum read into a page-turner.
Give your little one the bigger picture by mapping out a kid-friendly landscape.
The night sky offers hours of entertainment for aspiring astronomers.
Give your first- or second-grader a beginner's lesson in chemistry with a favorite, frozen childhood treat.
Help children learn about the coordinate plane by trying this twist on Battleship.
Making bread provides opportunities to measure, question and observe.
How you can help at home: Here are tips for helping your child engage in scientific thinking.
Writing out a recipes is a fun way to connect language arts skills to daily life for second- and third-graders.