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Rhubarb Pie Recipe

With the first warm winds of spring come the first harvests, those hardy green sprigs breaking through the thawing soil. If you live in cooler climes, rhubarb is a terrific harbinger of the changing season. It loves a brisk spring and is a tangy

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Earth Hour 2013: I Will If You Will Challenge

Every week we feature a fun and/or educational activity you can try at home or in the classroom. I Will If You Will is an Earth Hour campaign to encourage positive action for the environment. It empowers individuals, communities and

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Kids are Absolutely Incredible

Every week we feature a fun and/or educational activity you can try at home or in the classroom. Absolutely Incredible Kid Day is an annual holiday created by Camp Fire USA to build kid's self esteem through encouragement and inspiration.

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A Person is a Person No Matter How Small

Every week we feature a fun and/or educational activity you can try at home or in the classroom. Today is Dr. Suess's birthday and Read Across America Day, so I thought it was fitting to highlight one of my favorite Dr. Suess books, Horton Hears a

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Make Your Own Model Water Well

Every week we feature a fun and/or educational activity you can try at home or in the classroom. This week, I had the opportunity to talk with Francis Bouba-Dalambaye, country director for Heifer Senegal. He talked about the very difficult dry

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Fresh Citrus Salad Recipe

Photo Credit: *Leanda via Compfight cc As we near the end of winter, we may be lamenting the variety of color on our plates. Luckily, citrus fruits are still in season, and they're not just for your sack lunch. Even better, they pack a tasty

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Creatively Recycle Your Valentine's Cards

Photo credit: Pink and Green Mama Every week we feature a fun and/or educational activity you can try at home or in the classroom. Valentine’s Day has passed, and I bet you're wondering what to do with those old Valentine's cards besides just