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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...;card value, gets to keep both of the cards. Play continues until one player has accumulated all of the cards. greater than, less than, equal to, card game, math card game, number values game, inequality game...
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... painter’s tape spider web. You can make it in an open doorway, a hula hoop or a large picture frame. All you need is something large and open to support the web...
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... all of the counts correct? No cheating! If a count is wrong, come up with a new word combination that works. Does this poem paint a strong sensory picture? If not...
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... the ground. Gravity doesn't have a stronger pull on heavier objects; the pull is equal. That's why all objects fall at the same rate. It wouldn't matter...
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.... Starting on the right side, have your child roll the felt case towards the left.  When it's all rolled up, show him how to use the ties to secure the...
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... enjoy arranging items. Glitter can be saved as the last item to place on the art. Let her use a glitter shaker to shake glitter over all the sticky areas that are...
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... out. Have him write the numbers one to ten on the segments with one number on each circle. Count with him as he goes along. When he's all finished...
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... the same on the other side, mixing around the order of the colors. When all the paint's dry, it's time to play the color match game! Set out rubber bands...
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...Reuse the tops of tissue boxes as photo frames for treasured family photos in this fun craft activity. Recycling's all the rage these days, and your child can...
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.... Help your child put hot glue on back of each tile and press the tile onto the base. Continue until all the tiles are placed. If she's making a ring, she'll...
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... fortune teller box out of a shoe box! Amaze and delight all your friends as you pull fortunes right out of a fortune teller's mouth. What You Need: Shoe...
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... handprints all over the walls, put them to better use with this cute, bird-themed craft! Everyone remembers the 1st grade “hand turkey” project every year at...
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... pull out his “housewife”, and all the necessary supplies would be there. What You Need: Construction paper, at least 9" x 13” Glue...
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...;songs.” Calls are when birds send alarm messages or alert other birds to their presence; all birds make calls. Songs are only made by certain types of birds known...
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... from the construction paper. The squares should all be about the same size, but the actual dimensions don’t matter. Just make sure that the squares are at...
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... the glue dries, have your child use a pen to write 10 in the smallest circle, 8 in the next smallest -- all the way down in multiples of two. Have your child glue...
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... record his observations after he steps out of the bucket. Continue until your child has tested out all the tubs, including the soapy water one. Review your...
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... familiar with. Did he know that all the colors together make up white light? If this fact seems too difficult for him to grasp, don't worry! That's what this activity is...
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... on his new codex pages. Help him plot out his story beginning, middle and end to match the number of pages he has to work with. Once he's done, all he needs to...
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... journal closed. Once the glue dries, all your child needs is a pen. She's ready to start journaling!   fabric journal, make your own journal, jazzed up journal, do it yourself journal...

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