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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...;fingers" of the hand. Some of them should overlap the thumb, but all should go under the fingers. Help your child glue down the thumb and the stems from the...
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..., including the clothing, chair, tablecloth and flowers. He can now paint all of these patterns using different colors for each section. Each pattern should be completely...
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... animals and work them into a piece of art. Her work can be ½ drawing, ½ leaves or all leaves, the choice is hers to make. What You Need: Leaves...
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... members of your family. For example, the tall pinecone might be Dad's and the very smallest might be used for her baby brother. Once he's gathered all of the...
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...Recycle your way to an afternoon full of hopping, counting, art and giggles for all! Turn any indoor space into a colorful hopscotch board using simple materials...
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... your child loves fruit snacks, but you're a little worried about the health aspect of those tasty store-bought treats, then this project is for you! We all know...
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...This imaginative shape activity will introduce your child to the world of shape and color while building basic math skills. Animals and math: all in one Valentine...
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... it with "gold" of all sorts. From foil covered chocolate coins to handmade gold pieces, use this St. Patrick's Day original as a fun family centerpiece...
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... small pot: Combine the milk, sugar, cornstarch and vanilla and bring to a boil. Stir well all the while. In your bowl with the lightly beaten eggs, stir in a...
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... noticed that the number "100" is a star feature of the math curriculum. By the end of kindergarten your child should be able to recite all numbers from 1...
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...? Conduct a weeklong experiment to see what the birds in your backyard like to eat. Once you know that, all it takes is a little detective work to figure out which...
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... Day comes the expectation of sweets, flowers, and—perhaps, biggest of all—cards! This traditional day to express affection to loved ones is the second...
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... all the way to the right-side edge. This will leave an open square area on the left for the white stars and blue background. To create the stars, cut some white...
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...! What do ice, snow, and world-renowned athletes have in common? The Winter Olympics brings them all together, of course! Spark your child's interest in this year...
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... better way is there to introduce another culture to your child than by way of music? Throughout West Africa, the djembe (pronounced JEM-bay) drum is played at all...
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... child to demonstrate his knowledge of important facts about some iconic Africa- Americans. Some figures are historical and some are living today, and all of...
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... healthy snack will keep little hands busy and little stomachs full on this important national holiday. All you need to begin are graham crackers, peanut butter, and a...
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... play outside and enjoy nature all while learning her colors. What You Need: Card stock or other sturdy paper (index cards work well too) Scissors...
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... inch apart at the top of each coupon. Have him stack all the coupons on top of each other, making sure the holes all line up. Invite him to thread one length...
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...We've all seen the horrifying newscasts of oil-soaked birds, and volunteers trying to clean up the mess. In this experiment, your child will chart the effects of...

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