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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Countries all around the world have been using the abacus for thousands of years to make math easier. Have your kid make his own abacus to practice arithmetic.
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Chemistry is a blast with this backyard bomb made from a sandwich bag. All you need are ingredients from the pantry to create a satisfying, and safe, explosion.
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Looking for something to do with all those plastic 2-liter bottles that seem to accumulate endlessly? Turn them into a unique mini birdbath.
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The concept of metamorphosis is fascinating to children of all ages. Help your child's creativity take flight as she makes her very own butterfly life cycle.
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Cook Halloween pasta on All Hallows' Eve. This green pasta with toothy almonds is a super scary and tasty dinner for trick-or-treaters on Halloween night.
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This low-prep party game is a perfect for entertaining all-too-easily-bored teens, and an easy way to lighten the mood during a group study session.
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Help your child score points with a personalized message of her own. All it takes is a set of handmade letter tiles to create some word wall art.
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Santa needs all the helpers he can get, so why not create your very own holiday elf to watch over your presents.
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This game is the perfect way to prepare your child for any shopping adventures you may embark upon, all while practicing important math concepts.
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Give your child some hands-on experience mixing autumn colors. All you need are a large piece of white paper and tempera paint.
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Most timeline activities are all about history. Make timelines more relevant and personal for your child by focusing on the hours and minutes of his day.
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Kids love to hear about themselves. And reading about themselves is even better! This personal yearbook will let them record all their important facts.
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Is your third grader bombing around on a bike these days? Here's a way to put all that fun time together with some math learning, too.
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Halloween spider decorations give your house a creepy vibe on All Hallow's Eve. Make these Halloween spider decorations with your kids this October.
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Show your kids the power of baking powder by conducting a simple experiment. Make four batches of cornbread, all identical except for one thing: baking powder!
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Here's a painting activity that's a lesson in secondary colors. Your child will mix and match paints to discover all the different hues one color can have!
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Create a three-dimensional X-ray of your child's hand in this simple modeling activity. All you need to get started are black paper and drinking straws
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Enjoy the beach all year long with this fun activity that uses sand, seashells, and a shoebox to create a mini beach right in your house!
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Your fourth grader will improve her hand-eye coordination making catnip mice, and you'll finally have a use for all those mate-less socks in the laundry room!
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This candy wrapper collage is a cool upcycled craft for after Halloween. Make this candy wrapper collage with all of your leftover candy wrappers.

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