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Parent & Child for Ages 8-10

 
All kids are at risk for head blows. Learn to read the concussion symptoms and how to protect growing brains.
Open the junk drawer and see what your kids can create. it’s not only fun, it’s good for their brains.
These games teach your kid how to spot order and help when she's learning shapes and patterns.
These DIY Halloween costumes are easy to make — and they can easily be turned into a second getup with some tweaks.
If you've got a cardboard box, you can make these creative kid costumes for Halloween!
Make homemade bread — and bake in a science lesson.
These chickpea patties are baked—not fried—for loads of flavor and only a fraction of the fat.
Shortcuts like rotisserie chicken and refrigerated pie dough make this dish a snap to throw together.
Homemade chicken nuggets get a fun twist—a crushed-pretzel coating!
Think beyond the bread: This pasta uses the sammie’s ingredients in a whole new way.
Kids will love this tangy version of the takeout fave. Take stock of your pantry and freezer and toss in any veggies you have on hand.
Send little dreamers off to sleep beneath a gently swaying branch.
Unstructured play is a serious brain booster for growing minds. Try these genius ideas and watch your kids soar.
Whether they’re putting on a play in the living room or giving their very first recital, kids who perform gain skills that extend far...

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