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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...: Help your child use a ruler and a permanent marker to mark a line on the bottle about three inches from the bottom. Make sure the line goes all the way around...
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... items together and place a price tag in front of them. For example, all the 5 cent items should be in one group. All the $1 items are in one group and so on. ...
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...-500. Announce to your child that you have a number pattern in mind. Some examples are: all even numbers, all numbers with a 5 in them, only the “teens...
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.... Together with your kid, read about these mighty rulers and their feuds for power. Isn't it hard to believe they're all in the same family? Time to assemble...
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... 11” x 17” sheets of white paper.  Fold the tops down over the calendar grids. Put the whole packet (all six pages) together and staple at the...
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... the tricky part for a triple Venn diagram. How are all three coins similar? Write the coins shared qualities in the area where all three circles overlap. Expand...
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... possibilities by having him create a list of all the different fields of interest he may be interested in pursuing? By researching and creating a list of...
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... colors in a row (across, up and down, or diagonal). All you need are three paint sample strips from the hardware store to make your grid and the game is on. What...
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... many tools and supplies that they use on a daily basis when they're helping their patients. This Labor Day, encourage your child to learn more about all of...
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... project will help keep your child's thoughts in order as she creates a story about outer space from the beginning of what happened, all the way through to the...
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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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... the same first consonant are used consecutively. All the words in “tiny turkey toes” begin with T. Unfortunately, orange begins with a vowel...
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...; Let the the cards dry for at least an hour. Now the fun begins! Have your child flip all the cards over so the plain sides are facing up and arrange them...
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..., And sighs a happy sigh. My dog with giant eyes (repeated) Curls up into a ball And sighs a happy sigh (repeated) That seems to say it all. If...
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... unless cutting becomes difficult without it. He can cut all the other pages to match the half-circle shape of the first page. If the pages are thin enough, he can cut...
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... all of the basic math facts and get strategic about deciding when he wants to take a risk, and when he wants to play it safe. Make math fact practice...
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...Your child will have so much fun squishing everything around that she won't mind all number learning that'll be taking place. Combine fun sensory play with early...
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... pile of sugary junk food into a learning opportunity? Sorting, counting and categorizing candy has instant appeal to kids. All of those shiny, brightly-colored wrappers...
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... non-fall related objects.  Download these images to your computer.  Place all of these images into a single PDF or Word document. Be sure to make sure...

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