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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... paper, glue, and a paper bag are all you need to get started. What You Need: Paper bag Markers Construction paper in green, orange, and other colors...
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... great creative art project for preschoolers, and with all the cutting, painting, and coloring, it's great for developing those fine motor skills, too. What You...
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... for her book, including her name and a title. Once all the pages are complete, help your child punch two holes at the left side of the book and tie a ribbon through them. first grade, Black History Month, Swahili, counting, math...
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... it on some newspaper or scrap paper to see whether you need more or less paint. Press the hearts down on all sides to make sure it evenly stamps the page.  ...
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... creates this sweet and clever gift, and all that tying will help develop her fine motor skills and improve her dexterity, too! What You Need: Plastic wrap...
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... independence of constructing his own racquet sport game, and after he's done, he'll have a blast playing it. It's not all just fun and games, either. The motions that go...
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... filled with similes, metaphors, and idioms about love and all things love-related. In this fun creative writing and drawing activity, your child can pick a few of his...
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... all. Once your child sees that the activity or task is not as simple as it seems, he will appreciate his skills, abilities, and talents a bit more. If you want...
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... world events of the last 100 years and make a list of the top 20-25 events that she finds the most significant, globally or personally. Have her look into all areas...
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... them on top of the shape within the lines. You're done! Go back to step 1 and repeat with a different fraction. Try attaching all your fraction collages...
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...”: have her mix the glue with a handful of the glitter, so that it makes a thick paste. Dip a large paintbrush into the glitter glue and paint all visible...
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... cheer on the local team. And with all the cutting, coloring, and designing involved, it's sure to bring out the artist in your little sports fan, too. This...
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... Glitter, beads, and/or sequins Glue What You Do: Pour a little green paint into one of the small bowls and ask your child to paint the rock on all...
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... a stressed syllable, as in Clement Moore’s The Night Before Christmas: “Twas the night|before Christ|mas and all|through the house.” Ask your...
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... your child draw an outline of a harp on the cardboard. Many images of harps are available online if you need one. Cut the harp out, making sure that the width all...
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... reading of Dr. Seuss's Green Eggs and Ham for some added Seussational flavor and a tribute to the man who was all about reading! Cooking with your kids is a great way to...
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... all the way onto the pin and still be able to attach it to an article of clothing. Fill it halfway with the green beads, and then thread on the smaller safety pin...
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... Clear drying, non-toxic glue Markers What You Do: First, learn all about bees with your child. Take a trip to the local library and look through books...
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... all the rocks are painted, place them aside to dry. When the rocks are dry, use them to “label” objects in and around the house. For example, take...
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... round. Each player gets only one chance per round to guess the animal. Play several rounds of this game using all the animals on your list. Rotate who guesses and who...

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