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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... kindergarten biologist, seeds can be a source of huge delight. Each one is different, after all; and they can be categorized into groups. And then, of course, there...
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... of 1 cent stamps Pencils or crayons 2 boxes or trays big enough to accommodate mail Catalogs and magazines What You Do: Pretend play is all about...
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... by playing a quick number game that's all about building number sentences. What's a number sentence? Your kid should already be familiar with one type of number...
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... for as many cards as necessary. Laminate! Run your card through a laminator so that there is a plastic border at least 1/4” wide all around. Staple or glue...
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... Works: First graders need endless practice with reading skills in all forms, but often these come on pencil and paper, or inside classrooms. Many kids benefit when they...
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... family on a house-wide reading tour to show off all the words he knows. What You Need: Sticky notes Thin black marker Decorating supplies like themed...
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..., students learn about the parts of a plant: the roots, the stem, the leaves, the flowers, and the fruit and seeds. While children learn all about these parts and their...
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...Is it a cleanser? Is it science? Is it magic? Or is it all of the above! Let your second grader discover the answer in this practical, nontoxic kitchen chemistry...
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... glue around the edges of the chalkboard, and place the cardboard frame over it. Press it down and let it dry. Before breaking in your new chalkboard, rub it all over...
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... each event, and be sure to decorate all sides. Encourage her to include colorful pictures illustrating what happened during the event and how it made her feel...
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...Reward good behavior with a glamorous homemade crown and your child will start behaving like an angel all the time... well, almost! Everyone's kid can be a...
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... to bring a smile to everyone's face. This game is great for all ages! What You Need: 10 assorted clean, empty plastic water or soda bottles White paper...
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... the tube doesn't unroll. Repeat this step with two more sheets of paper so you have three "bones" in all. Have your child stand the three bones on...
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... it leaves all of its impurities behind. If there are any bacteria or dissolved salts, they are left behind in the basin. Only pure water evaporates and is condensed...
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... a lot of work - brainstorming, planning, organizing ideas, rough drafts, editing, and finally, the final draft. But work isn’t work when it’s all about...
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... into approximately 50 cards, or use 25 3" x 5" note cards, cut in half. On each card, write dollar amounts in black marker. Use amounts from a penny, all...
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... scrap paper. The goal is to correctly write down all the multiples of your number. Remember: a multiple of a number is the product of that number and another number. For...
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.... Help your child tie on and knot each of the threaded pieces of yarn to the holes in the cardboard disc. Leave the hole in the center open. After all of the...
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... directions. In other words, it all adds up to great math practice, plus a little extra! fourth grade, math, activity, math game, geometry...
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... know well. The key to conquering long division is lots of repetition and practice, but that doesn't have to mean all worksheets and scratch paper. Make this hands...

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