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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...Need something to do with all those lonely socks that lost their mates? Try some creative crafting by turning those misfit socks into bunny friends! Need something...
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... in the Hat) Black permanent marker 4 or more players (the more the better) What You Do: Inflate all 26 balloons (just air, no helium). You may want...
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... outdoor objects will allow them to do just that! Take a handful of crayons outside and look at all the textures that surround where you live. You can discuss objects...
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..., start with a number five firefly and then add a six spider. Use a marker to draw a plus and equals sign, then design a third number eleven insect. Glue them all onto...
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.... Got an aspiring illustrator or animator on your hands? Computer animation is all the rage these days, but there was a time when animators did all their work by...
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... each butterfly in place for a few seconds to give the glue a chance to set. Once all the butterflies are glued on, place the branch in the vase and set it out for...
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... the cereal bars by gathering and measuring all the ingredients. Along with getting the ingredients ready she’s learning more about measurement! She can put the...
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... shape. Ask one player to roll the ball on the ground and try to knock over all the cylinders. Have the player who rolled first count how many cylinders were...
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..., and even the bathtub! All you need is some paper, a pencil, and your own two feet! What You Need: Grid paper Plain paper Pencil What You Do...
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... symbols all over the paper mummy shape. She can now crumple the mummy up into a tight ball. Have her straighten out the mummy and press it flat. Mix...
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... paint could be so much fun? This Fourth of July, create some explosive colors on black paper for fun Fourth of July decorations! Fireworks come in all shapes and sizes...
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...’s a lot less clean up in the end. Encourage your child to select her favorite color of marker and begin drawing all over the paper. She can keep coloring with...
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... painting tray and allow your child to paint on top of the entire raised drawing, making sure to cover all of the base and string so no cardboard or string show through. It...
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... can create a list of all the words that pop into his head to use later with his collage. Now he can go on a scavenger hunt around the house for all those...
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...Work on homophones and spelling with this imaginative activity where your child can doodle or draw some silly things all in the name of learning! In school kids are...
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... paint for your print. Repaint, or adjust your paint and gently press the foliage onto the hard-boiled egg. Make sure all the edges are carefully pressed down on...
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..., revealing a traditional paper snowflake. All of this paper cutting is great fine-motor practice for those little hands! Once your child has cut a few snowflakes...
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... will be able to enjoy this homemade decoration! What You Need: Bowl Spoon Uncooked rice Cinnamon or all spice Felt in festive colors...
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...Snakes come in all shapes and sizes, from the harmless little garden snake to the massive anaconda of the Amazon! There are venomous and nonvenomous snakes in...
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... length she would like. She may choose a curtain for the top of her door, or one that runs all the way down to the floor. Once she decides the length, double it...

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