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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...’s a lot of measuring, which encourages your child’s math skills and culinary abilities! He can use the whisk to incorporate all the ingredients. Next...
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... great jump rope rhyme! Though we all know the classics like “Cinderella dressed in yellow” and “Teddy bear, teddy bear…” writing your own...
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... degrees Fahrenheit. The dried okra can be coated with the milk and then tossed in the bag and given a good shake, making sure all the okra has been covered. Have...
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... lots good healthy stuff and your child can transform them into something to enjoy for breakfast or after school. And, instead of shredding all those carrots, she can...
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... pencil to write down all her ideas. Now she can do some research online or at your local library on the process of dehydration. Originally, the sun was used to...
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... the 100th day of school with this DIY t-shirt! This milestone day is important for early learners, and this hands-on craft will remind them of all that they’ve...
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...;s number sense by counting all of the daffodils you see. springtime, spring, Earth Day, daffodils, flowers, painting crafts, arts and crafts, Kindergarten, recycled crafts...
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... recognition while making a bright and cheery crab decoration fit for any window or ocean scene. All you need are a few basic art supplies and a little time. What You Need...
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.... Once the rocket ship is all decorated, use it in some imaginary game play! For extra fun, make some mini marshmallow poppers. They're the perfect alien...
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... stick.  Frame your wild beast and put it on display for all to visit! Fun Fact: Before photography was invented, it was very popular for people to hire...
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... the recipe for his Gourmet S’mores. This fun writing activity gives him practice writing out steps in a clear and understandable way. When he's all done...
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... circles behind the glasses’ circles for the lenses. Now the glasses are all done and ready to wear. Take him on a walk outside in the sun to show off his...
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... him glue all the colored squares and rectangles on the poster board. On one shape, help him draw two thermometers - one to show a hot temperature and the other...
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... lip all the way to the chin Both of her ears She can now cut out each of these parts. She may require a bit of help from mom or dad to cut...
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... fill one circle at a time with a different textured item. For example, the first circle could be all acrylic gems, while the next contains only pipe cleaners...
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... down quickly, no more than 10 minutes for all sketches. Landscape sketches can be inspired by anything from outer space to the neighborhood park, farms, cities or...
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... that they are properly sized so they fit on the paper bag and not too small. Using scissors, help him cut out all of the parts of his animal from the...
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.... Make sure that you use the same device all winter. Ask her to write down the correct measured snowfall total in the corresponding graph cell. Repeat every day...
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... difference in his observational skills—which will come in handy during any and all future scientific endeavors. What You Need: 2-liter soda bottle...
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... What You Do: Clean and thoroughly dry the baby food jar, ensuring that all smells and any glue from the label are removed. If your child chooses to paint...

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