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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... child’s imagination and creativity and build up those all-important critical thinking skills by bringing the fascinating world of archeology right into your own...
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... that the ring is even. Repeat the first step for each color, until all five rings are drawn. Ask him to cut out each circle, cutting the outside first. To cut out...
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... carrots" or "Snack on apples instead of chips after school." Once his list is complete, review it with him and make sure all of his goals are...
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... days Graph paper Pen What You Do: Have your child take note of all of the school and extra-curricular activities that he's going to be engaged in...
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... Whisk Mixing spoon Measuring cups Heart-shaped metal cookie cutter Griddle (greased) Knife 2 cups of all-purpose flour (stirred and sifted) 2 1/2...
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... out a total of twenty squares of construction paper, making sure they are large enough for one fact or image. Once she has cut these all out, explain how to make the...
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... culinary prowess as he whips up this nutritious and delicious salmon recipe in no time. All it requires is heating up tortillas, adding seasoned and broiled salmon, a...
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.... Dating as far back as 6000 BC, pottery can be found in all ancient civilizations. Ancient peoples used pottery as tools, as a way to communicate stories, and as objects...
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... race around the yard while mastering the all-important times tables. What You Need: Pair of dice White paper for game board Black marker 1 marker per...
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... nonsense animal and then have her draw an illustration of it. Don't be afraid to be silly! After she has finished all of her pages with her nonsense creatures...
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... take liberties with the recipe and create a rainbow salad all her own. What You Need: ½ cup plus 2 teaspoons good quality extra virgin olive oil...
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.... Measure and cut a piece of white paper so it is ¼” smaller all around than the colored paper. Carefully fold the white paper in half twice, so it...
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... children will delight in testing her own skills to go for the gold! This game is not only perfect for paying tribute to all of the Maccabiah athletes (and...
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.... You child might know what half a cookie is, but how about 4/8 of a pie, or 2/4 of a pizza? If your child knows that all of these fractions mean the same thing, she...
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... total of 80 cards. Once all the cards are laid out, it’s time to play! This game is played like Concentration, or Memory Match, only instead of matching Jacks...
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... metals All have a north-seeking pole and a south-seeking pole When placed near each other, opposite poles attract and like poles repel What You Need: Bar...
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... the couch and look behind the table. Once you've got all the items hidden and all the clues written, it's time to play! Give your child a small bag to...
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... mulitiplication, and probably division as well. The class will build on all that work in first and second grade on addition and subtraction, and now will take math facts to a...
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... add up the weights of all the participants to find the total number of pounds the group weighs. Using estimation, have your child check to see if his calculated...
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... or decade (1900, 1950 or 1970). Help your child make a list of all of the significant events in Dad’s life and mark the years they occurred. Some examples are...

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