Your training plan for a 5K race
Taking part in a 5K is challenging, rewarding, and fun. By following this five-week program to train for the 3.1-mile race, you’ll learn to stick to a plan and achieve goals.
Paint a wall mural
Use your creativity to personalize your space, without buying new furniture or decorations. Here’s how to paint one or two walls of your bedroom with a mural or a design.
Bake warm blueberry muffins
Whip up these golden, fluffy, and fruit-filled muffins in no time.
If you think your grandparents deserve their own holiday, don't miss National Grandparents Day on September 13. Here’s how to show them you care.
Make roasted vegetable wraps
Who knew veggies could be so tasty? Roast them up, add some chickpeas and lemon, wrap it all together, and enjoy.
Be healthy workout
Work up a sweat with this challenging set of exercises that you can do anywhere.
Learn sign language
American Sign Language (ASL) is a visual language of the Deaf that uses body, hand, and face movements (known as signs) instead of spoken words. Here’s how to get started.
Make a cellphone holder
With a little bit of paint, some glue, and a toilet paper roll, you can create an adorable—and handy—animal.
How to set a smart sleep routine
Getting enough rest can make you happier and healthier. As you start the school year, here are thing you can do to get your sleep schedule on the right track.
Make yogurt and berry parfaits
Layer on the deliciousness with just a handful of ingredients.
An essential guide to stretching
A balanced exercise routine involves cardio, strength training, and—just as important—stretching. Here are some tips to get you started.
Make a stop-motion film
Bring toys to life with this creative and easy technique that uses photographs.
Create colorful crystal shapes and letters
Make a unique decoration, gift tag, or ornament in just a few steps.
Get active workout
Improve strength, speed, and agility with these moves you can do anywhere.
Organize yourself for school
Start the year strong whether classes are happening in person, online, or both. Here are four steps you can take to get organized, which will help you manage assignments and time.
Make peach melba breakfast pops
These creamy, crunchy pops are tasty, refreshing, and full of nutrients.
Get active workout
Build muscle at home with these simple moves designed to make you stronger and faster.
Learn a new language
About 43% of people in the world can speak two languages. Want to become one of them? Expand your horizons by taking on this exciting challenge.
Make an easy ramen salad
You'll be eating this tasty dish in no time, thanks to a recipe written just for kids.
Create your own Olympics
The Tokyo Games were postponed, but you can organize your own event with family and friends. Don’t forget the medals!
Create a family tree
Be a detective as you uncover the history of your family. You’ll learn more about yourself and the people who came before you.
Make a cardboard bird decoration
In just a few easy steps, you can fill your home with these beautiful creatures.
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