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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... short as you like. Spruce up a doorway, or go all out and brighten up the entire length of a wall. What You Need: Construction paper (white and green...
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.... Wet 5-10 paper towels and keep them handy for your family members. Have your child gather together all the members of your family. Let her guide the oldest...
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... to call her own. All she'll need are a few simple materials and steady hands to create this little bundle of peeping, cheeping fun. What You Need...
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... birdhouse roof and sides. Help your child cut out all the pages from the book, and save them to decorate the birdhouse. You or your child can use the hot glue gun...
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... hopes for the future. One of the most famous ones is in Lam Tsuen in Hong Kong, where people travel from all over the world during Chinese New Year to leave wishes...
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.../body of a princess!  Attach all the body parts together using a pen point to poke small holes for brad clips (it’s best for adults to handle this, but...
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... whatever scraps you have on hand. She can then finish sewing the slice closed and tie off the thread. Once she’s closed off the stitch, she’ll be all...
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...Your child can create a toy soap sure to provide bath time fun for himself or, when given as a gift, a friend! Not all soaps are created equal – some simply...
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... eye shape. Let her glue a black circle on top of each small red heart. Help her glue the large red heart onto the brown oval. This step is all you! Carefully use...
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...” to describe lazy activities, all that chasing, digging and running around can take a toll on your poor pooch’s muscles! Your child can help your family...
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... can have a friend try to “Spot the Differences” and circle all the differences that can be found. She just might stump him! games, arts and crafts, spot the differences...
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... blow it up from inside a plastic soda bottle. Have your child help you place one deflated balloon in each plastic bottle. Don't drop the balloon all the way into...
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...Introduce your child to the wonders of colorful chemistry with this simple food coloring project. Not all science experiments require tons of time and fancy...
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... wing on another piece of felt. Have your child cut this second wing -- now he has the completed pair! Help him arrange all the owl pieces where he wants them...
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... child should own just a pair of these beautiful accessories! Help her make more in  different colors and different styles to match all her favorite outfits...
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... What You Do: Did you know that your backyard or balcony can be certified as a wildlife habitat? All it needs is to contain certain elements that protect and...
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...; When the water comes to a full boil, have your young chef set the timer for 13 minutes. When the timer goes off, have your child create an ice water bath. All he...
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... of membrane comes loose, she needs to work on the next and the next until all of the membranes have been removed. By the end, she should have an empty orange peel...
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... be all one color or can be made up of both red and pink x’s.  A flower might have a center of one color and petals of another.  Once your child has...
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... together before folding all three in half. She will now have six strands joined by a loop at one end.  Let her make a knot below this loop. Make sure the knot...

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