How you can help at home: Make a healthy salad out of plant parts.
In this activity your preschooler makes a collage that expresses different emotions.
How you can help at home: Research the origins of food with your child and build their social studies skills.
Teach your preschooler where her food comes from and give her a taste for science.
Connecting food with literature is a delicious way to engage your fourth- and fifth-grader's language art skills.
Making bread provides opportunities to measure, question and observe.
Writing out a recipes is a fun way to connect language arts skills to daily life for second- and third-graders.
High school alcohol and drug use is on the decline, But older kids are finding dangerous ways to push boundaries. Here are 7 of the most frightening teen trends.
From jumping to throwing to catching, kindergartners work on a range of movements.
First graders learn about the value of teamwork through group fun like dancing and playing tag.