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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... empty wall, your child will perform seven rounds of moves before catching the ball. But be careful - if he drops the ball, he has to start all over again. Your child...
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... your child he’s going to create a poster for his room, full of pictures of all the things he loves. While this project will seem like simple arts-and-crafts...
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... ready to keep up. So, plink! Because of another physical principle, gravity, it fell straight into the jar. But your audience doesn’t need to know all...
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... into words—in classrooms, you can expect to see activities, worksheets, and flashcards all devoted to developing this skill. But even with all these resources...
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... nicks and cuts, because this project doesn't require glass at all—in fact, all you need are some simple household items. It's the perfect project to do rain or...
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... times each altogether left multiplied by  divided by in all fewer product of quotient of add...
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... fabric dying technique that’s popular all over the world, especially in Yunnan, China (where it’s believed to have originated), West Africa, and Indonesia...
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... all the cooking utensils and ingredients needed. Discuss how many people the recipe serves, and compare that with the number of guests. Do you need to double...
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... child organized. Your child will love them because she can pass them out to all of her friends. (Psst: she'll get in some writing practice, too!) What You Need...
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... fun and create something they're proud of. All it takes is a few basic household items and the result is hours of galactic enjoyment. So countdown: 10, 9, 8...
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... your child the satisfaction of creating something that the whole family will “Ooh” and “Ahh” over during the holidays, and best of all, it...
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...Teach your child about jesters as she makes her very own jester hat. When she's all done, she can use this fun, colorful hat to engage her imagination as she...
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... can make drums of all different shapes and sizes that produce a variety of sounds. All around the world, drums are used to create music, send messages, and accompany...
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...Here's a math game to keep your child cool during this hot summer. Roll dice, add up the terms, and color in all the pieces of your ice cream cone to win. Knowing...
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.... All you need is some newspaper and tape! Children love to build things they can play in—old boxes, blankets and furniture, or wooden blocks can all be the...
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... a type of poetry that's been around since the time of Ancient Greece. In this unique style of poetry, one line is followed by one or two words that rhyme with all...
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..., or crayons What You Do: Look at tons of photos on the Internet of buildings in cities from around the world with your child. Have her tell you all the...
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...A cornucopia is the traditional table decoration of Thanksgiving. Let all your Thanksgiving guests join the celebration by slipping their own thank-yous into the...
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... Craft glue Scissors What You Do: Have your child cut out 100 pieces of rectangular paper, each the same size. All 100 pieces should be small...
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.... All you need is a deck of cards, and you're ready to get started! Want a little extra math practice without the drudgery? Try this fun card game that teaches kids the...

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