YOU'LL NEVER RUN OUT OF FUN,
    fascinating stuff to do on National
    Geographic Kids. Maybe you can start
    by clicking below and finding out what
    pet you'd be... if you were a pet... which
    you're not.... Right?
Take a climate-change expedition
around the world. At the end of
    each stop, you'll get a passport
    stamp and a code. Collect all the
    codes, get a certificate.
    There's loads of stuff here for holidays.
    (You know you're not in the U.S. any
    more when the list includes "Queen's
    90th Birthday.")  I clicked on PASS-
    OVER and found not only history and
    photos but also seder menu, holiday
    ritual, "colouring" pages, notebooking
    pages, printables, puzzles, and more.
    LOVING PLANET EARTH. Want to
    explore new ways to protect and
    celebrate our planet? The U.S.
    Environmental Protection Agency  has
    tools you can use right now.  
Games & quizzes about the
environment
Loop Scoops--Short, funny videos
about the stuff in your life
Help the EPA save water.
    DO YOU EVER JUST FEEL LIKE,
    you know, MAKING STUFF?  Activity
    Village has more than ten thousand
    pages of free activities for big kids, little
    kids, in-between-age kids, and adults
    who like to do the same stuff kids do.
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Health
Kid Reporter Scoops
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Science
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to cook using healthful ingredients
to eat well
to feel good about their
accomplishments in the kitchen
to understand how food gets from the
farm to the table
to get recipes from family and friends
and cook those dishes together
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    ...actually a parenting site out of
    Australia, KIDSPOT has lots of activities
    for kids of all ages—including this
    UNDER-THE-SEA WINDOW COLLAGE
    The BLUEBERRY SWIRL
    CHEESECAKE RECIPE looks luscious.
    Just one thing to beware of: Australia is
    on the metric system, so you'll need to
    convert 900 grams of cream cheese,
    200 ml. of sour cream, and other
    ingredient amounts into their U.S.
    equivalents—plus oven temperatures
    (from Celcius to Fahrenheit). Find
    instructions on the website epicurious.
    com  or the Metric Kitchen....