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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... printing until her design is complete. Finally, follow the directions on the fabric paint to set the paint. When the tablecloth is all done, put it on your...
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.... Then it's as simple as drawing the straight lines with pen. Once the grid has been created, have him write some or all of the words he thought up into the grid...
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... flowers. Draw additional stems and petals to collage onto the final painting. Cut all flowers, stems and petals out of the painted paper. Either fold the blank...
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...This sweet and tangy homemade barbecue sauce is a great way to introduce kids to the culinary arts. Your child can learn all about the barbecue business by making...
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...;bed’!” Make a list of all of the “B” objects that your child has found. When your child finishes finding all of the objects, read the list...
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... middle of one set of legs, just over halfway through the head. Do not cut all the way through the head. Paint both octopus body’s front and back. Allow them...
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... and drawing until all groceries are listed and drawn out. Now she should double check that the number of food items and the ingredients required to make the...
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...Created from felt, these easy-to-make stockings are sure to keep all treats nice and cozy for Christmas morning. This no-sew Christmas stocking helps you celebrate...
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... into the milk carton over the ice cubes and glitter – use an oven mitt; wax is hot! Once all the wax has been poured, let the candle set overnight. Then...
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...Celebrate spring with a cute cut-out bug button your child can make out of colorful felt and markers! Spring is here and your child can learn all about the bugs...
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... can continue stirring and freezing every 15 minutes until her frozen yogurt is set! All that's left is to scoop some out for all her friends and family and enjoy...
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... need 1 sheet of construction paper and several sheets of printer paper. Fold them all in half (hamburger style) slipping the printer paper into the construction paper...
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...'s important to find fun ways for her to cultivate her talents. With all of the focus on academic subjects, your kid might not get very many opportunities to put...
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..., textured, tactile giraffe collage that is cute enough to pet! Let your child rip and shred materials, gluing them down while enjoying all of the imperfections and...
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.... Have your child place all his objects in the water bottle along with some glitter, confetti and lengths of ribbon or string. Now he can carefully squeeze a few drops...
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...Bake a delicious cupcake recipe and top them with tasty taffy candy rainbow this St. Patrick's Day! It's a St. Patrick's Day desert that will impress all your...
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... spoon Small bowl 1 teaspoon molasses Spoon   What You Do: Invite your child to gather together all the ingredients for her fruitcake...
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... treat your loved ones well because they're sugar free and whole wheat, so all they get is a wholesome meal that will energize them for the day. Even young children will...
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... with a ruler and pencil on white paper (minimum 24 cards). They can be any size, as long as they are all the same. Then, cut them out. Split the cards evenly among...
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....  Repeat steps 5 and 6 for each different color snowman. Mix up all of the parts. See how fast she can assemble all of snowmen so they're color...

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