Are your elementary school kids struggling with fractions? Teach them the fun in fractions with these at-home activities!
Is it magic? This fun flipped water trick will teach your child the science behind the act!
Show your kids how to make your own butterfly garden complete with caterpillars, tree stump, and flowers!
Learn about the sun's ultraviolet rays while making a nature-inspired print!
Make a change in how you teach your child about making change.
Get to know flowers in bloom inside and out (literally).
Klutz's Coloring Crush has everything you need to color on the go!
Whats missing? Use this printable worksheet to reinforce math concepts.
Let's get gooey! Teach your child about solids and liquids with this homemade goo.
Find out what your family can recycle in the bathroom with this fun and easy activity.
@Klutzbooks brings on their A game with this fashion-forward activity book for tweens.
This week's Simple Science Activity: discover what happens when two things combine!
This week's Simple Science Activity: a hands-on look at what's inside a flower!
Learn how to mix homemade chalk paint for this creative outdoor activity your kids will LOVE!
Combine science and art in this easy home project.
I got 99 problems, but math ain't one. Be prepared to help your child with her 7th or 8th grade math homework using this helpful summary.
Create your very own rainbow. This art project gives your kids a fun and brilliant intro to basic color theory.
Feeling a bit lost over what your 1st & 2nd graders' are learning in math? We'll help you find the answers.
Tired of inappropriate wild cards with your kids’ video choices? These tools will help.
Say goodbye to your glue blues with this simple recipe and its many versatile uses.
Re-read Dr. Seuss’s treasured tale for a powerful punch on protecting the Earth.
Feel like your 5 year-old’s math homework is written in French? This big picture translation will help.
Has your kids’ TV and tablet time been given a bad rap? No need with these tips.
Learn how to make cool instruments and boost your child's creative skills with household items.
Use this strategy to help your kids master adding and subtracting large numbers.