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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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Unlike other seed sprouting projects, this one allows kids to compare five different sprouts (either 5 herbs or 5 flowers) by watching them grow in a glove.
Spring
Fourth Grade
Any St. Patrick's Day celebration is sure to involve mischief, treats, and a whole lot of green. This leprechaun game will add a little learning to the mix.
St. Patrick's Day
First Grade
These spaghetti ornaments take seconds to make and are a great addition to a tree, gift or window.
Winter
Preschool
Your child will enjoy making this Easter decoration that honors the chicken. After all, chickens are the ones that actually make the Easter eggs!
Easter
Second Grade
Using low-tech supplies and a little extra ingenuity you can help your fourth grader create this unique, heartfelt Valentine card.
Valentine's Day
Fourth Grade
Your child will hop with delight as he make this delicious, edible bunny out of marshmallows.
Easter
Second Grade
Your child can easily create a ghoulishy adorable bat treat keeper. Crafting this funny fella is a great way to introduce the basic components of sculpture.
Halloween
First Grade
Help your child celebrate the summer and the sun by making a sandy seascape.
Summer
Second Grade
Lots of kids wonder what it would be like to be a police officer. Celebrate the people who help keep our communities safe with this fun craft.
Labor Day
Kindergarten
This little bumble bee is the perfect springtime party table decoration and is great practice for pattern-making, folding and cutting.
Spring
Second Grade
Winter is a great time to create a textured polar bear. Not only will your child gain practice identifying shapes, he'll also work out fine motor skills.
Winter
Preschool
Introduce your child to the symbols of fall with this easy-to-make matching game that will hone observational skills and increase your kid's attention span.
Fall
Preschool
In the spirit of Seuss and all things creative and silly, celebrate reading and all that it has to offer with this fun and interactive story box.
Birthdays
Third Grade
Make matzoh more fun! Help your preschooler or kindergartener design a matzoh puzzle from broken pieces of the flatbread.
Passover
Preschool
To help keep summer memories alive, have your fifth grader utilize his writing skills to create a summer book keepsake!
Summer
Fifth Grade

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