How you can help at home: Research the origins of food with your child and build their social studies skills.
Ant detectives get a close-up look at life on the hill.
In our busy family lives, it's easy to forget that children need time to do what comes naturally: let their imaginations run wild.
Connecting food with literature is a delicious way to engage your fourth- and fifth-grader's language art skills.
What's better than reading Harry Potter? Visiting the magical world of Hogwarts with a group of friends.
How you can help at home: In this math activity your child learns about proportion and ratios while following a recipe.
The night sky offers hours of entertainment for aspiring astronomers.
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.