Holidays & Seasons Activities

Throughout the year there are many reasons to celebrate. From the changing of seasons to national and religious holidays, we have all kinds of ideas that will help your young learner get in a celebratory mood. While creating, gaming, and crafting kids will learn more about the holidays and the times of year that have cultural significance. Our holiday activities are also a great way to introduce your child to more obscure holidays as well as holidays that are widely celebrated around the world.

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A round scoop of vanilla ice cream, red sprinkles, and bat and glove cookies are all it takes to make a baseball-themed treat.
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Cookie, snow globe or puzzle? This holiday cookie is all three! Celebrate the holidays with this puzzle cookie, a crafty twist on a delicious dessert.
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Being a kid is hard work. Soothe stresses and calm fears with this DIY Zen garden -- all you need is sand, stones and a shoebox.
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Teach your child how to make an all-natural, yellow-brown dye, using just walnut shells and water. This deep dye can be used on textiles, art, and wood.
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Does your child know all the greatest kid-friendly places in town? Here's an activity that lets her create a cool city guide and work her writing chops, too!
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This adorable toy is fun to play with and easy to make. Even better, you should be able to find all the materials you need lying around your house.
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Trying to find sums of groups of multiples is a great way to practice your addition. Be sure to double check your work. If you clear all of the cards, you win!
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Your child can use leaves and grass to create his own outdoor art in celebration of Earth Day...all he needs are is the great outdoors and some creativity!
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A pangram is a sentence that uses all the letters in the English alphabet. In this group game kids might just learn a thing or two about word choice in writing!
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If your kid likes to color, you probably know all too well that crayons go quickly. Put those crayon stubs to use by creating colorful ironed wax paper art!
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This game is a great way to help your child remember the names of shapes. Give it a go and before you know it, your kid will have all her shapes down pat.
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What IS That Thing? is a game for kids of all ages that uses scrap paper and junk from around the house! A great way to recycle, reduce, and reuse.
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Help your child create a mosaic mirror frame that's a bit modern and a bit vintage at the same time. All she needs are a dollar store frame and an old CD!
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When it comes to money it isn√Ęt enough to know how much one coin or bill is worth. Make it all come together for your kid with this shopping activity.
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Rid your family of that pile of old Christmas cards once and for all! Show your child how to create a nifty 8-sided ornament using his favorite holiday images.
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What are you the most thankful for? Challenge your kid to think about all the reasons he has to be thankful and make a turkey featuring one particular thing.
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The next time you're trapped indoors on a dreary day, try this take on dodgeball. All you need are a group of kids, an open area and a soft, spongy ball.
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Help your child visualize her goals for the new year by creating a self-portrait that represents all of the amazing things she has done and hopes to do.
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Wondering what to do with all that extra mint leftover from last night's meal? Don't throw it out--make tea instead. It's easy to dry fresh herbs for tea.
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Conjure up a few ghosts to give your house that spooky Halloween feel. All it takes is a bare foot, white paint, and a little bit of craft magic.

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