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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... see a rock, a ball, twig, a leaf and a piece of grass…I found them all outside, so they have all that in common. A rock and a ball are both round, but I don...
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... called The Hungry Ladybugs, and that while you’re telling the story, you’d like for him to act it out, using the felt pieces. You can create all sorts of...
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... miniature masterpiece. In no time at all her Graham Cracker Express will be chugging down the track, loaded with holiday cheer! All aboard! What You Need...
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... a magical moment for most young readers when all that early kindergarten phonics seems to join forces with all those hours of guided reading practice…and...
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..., and reinforces her love of the environment, which we all should share. What You Need: 3 1-quart jars with lids Measuring cup 3 small potted green...
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... heritage, and to remind us all of its enduring relevance. Moreover, this activity requires some writing, a skill that benefits from practice at any and all opportunities...
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... remind him of all the special people in his family. Make a family tree with your child to teach him about his personal history! There’s no greater gift you...
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... done before inserting the strip into the booklet. You can attach the stips together however you like. Once you have connected all of the strips together to make one...
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...Help your child give a heartfelt "thank you" to your family's chef this Thanksgiving with this "handy" painted apron. Every Thanksgiving, we all look forward to...
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... around the balloon several times, going in all different directions, making a kind of criss-cross pattern. You want to cover the balloon substantially, but still be...
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... kindergarten activity that combines all three—shape, color, and motion— to review basic shape terms that will be especially useful in math later on, when...
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...;have," "all," and "some" are all great examples of words you might want to put on the cards. Have your child close her eyes or go into...
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... – they cut out the usable pieces and used them again. Crazy quilting was all the rage in the Victorian era, and it was an ingenious way to use up fabric scraps...
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... your dino-lover's puzzle-solving skills to the test with this game that will have her hunting all over for the dinosaur bones hidden at your desired excavation site...
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...Here's a fun activity to do at the library to help your child learn the sequencing of numbers and letters. We all know that taking our kids to the library helps to...
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... first hour is up. Have your child add up all the minutes to see that they equal 60. Repeat this process with the other two hours! Again, don’t let your...
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... be all of the protection they need. Kids love playing games with flashlights like flashlight tag, flashlight reading, etc. Here is another fun activity with a...
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..., shouting, and laughs - stuff that's pretty much irresistible for kids of all ages! By the start of first grade, your child should be able to count easily from 1 to 12...
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... sprout into a living plant, but each seed, and each plant, will be slightly different, just like all of us. Here’s an exciting way for kids to put this all...
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... this high energy, interactive game, third graders are challenged to a different kind of race—one that doesn't require any running at all. Instead, it...

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