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 colorful container to hold pens and pencils, a must have for any desk! All your child need are bits of string and some glue! What You Need: Tin can...
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.... Combine all the ingredients and mix well. Pour in the lemon (or lime) juice. Mix until all ingredients are combined. Salt and pepper to taste. For...
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... objects that are all different colors, then write them down on their hand-drawn rainbows! Who can fill up the rainbow first? What You Need: Paper Crayons...
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... Olives, red peppers, or slices of salami Toothpicks Paring knife What You Do: Start by gathering all the ingredients and inviting your child to...
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... simple patterns on to the reindeer. White crayon looks especially festive against darker colors. Cut out all of the traced reindeer shapes. Lay out a strip of...
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...This handmade, personalized craft turns a wood box into a charming holiday memory box and photo keeper that will save all your memories in one place. Keep your...
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... combine the two by making a delicious salad butterfly, with all her favorite colorful ingredients. Challenge her to make one with all the parts of an insect: antennae...
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.... Let your child use red, yellow, orange and tan chalk to scribble all over the rest of the poster board. The colors should blend, so urge her to overlap each shade...
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... out the almond shapes. Let him use a glue stick to place the multi-colored leaves all over his tree. Don't forget to have him place some of the leaves on the...
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... Camera Reward (e.g. a yummy beverage like hot chocolate!) What You Do: Make a list of 7–10 items for your child to find that are all holiday...
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...: Turn over all the candy pieces so that the numbers are not showing. Have your child choose two pieces of candy and turn them over to reveal the numbers...
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...) Ingredients for one cake: You'll need to measure and mix this set of ingredients four times to complete all four experiments—with the exceptions...
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...When your child is itching for a game, consider ditching Hide and Seek in favor of Shape and Seek. Here's how it works: Shapes are all around us, and young kids...
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...Here's a great project to get your child on the right track towards writing well-thought-out proposals (it may even be a substitute to all the begging and whining...
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... the phrase and add one extra circle for each space between words-- 27 circles in all, in this case. Cut them out, and lay them in a long row on a flat surface...
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... your child pencil paper What You Do: Help your child create a list of all the things she’s learned this year. The list might include things like...
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... together of all the people she plans on surveying. If she’s able to write their names herself, let her do so. Otherwise, provide as much help as necessary...
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... will pick a team captain. Hand over the coin to the captain of the hiding team. The hiding team members will all put their hands underneath the table and pass the...
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... gathered all of his “pocket data,” have your child use the pencil and the paper to add up the total number of pockets the family is wearing that day...
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... child outgrows those pesky Keds, and suddenly they look so very cute and precious, and you are overcome with nostalgia. After all, your child will never be quite that...

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