Fifth Grade 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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...Algebra is all around, from the data in the news to real life situations such as shopping and sports. Here are three activities you can do at home and around town...
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...Got a kid who loves fashion? Help her develop her own unique style with this tie-dye project using natural dyes. All those items that stain your clothes can...
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With this hands-on activity, you'll show how fall colors are hidden in the leaf all year long!
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Help your kid keep track of all the developments that led to the American Revolution, by portraying the steps visually and literally!
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Your child can transform a triangle of felt into a colorful and motivating pennant sharing all her favorite characteristics and traits.
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Turn all those broken bits of plates, random buttons, or other odds and ends into a lovely flower pot for Mom on Mother's Day.
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Help your fifth grader trace your family's roots and interview all the living mothers to create a makeshift, 3-D family tree!
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All you need are pencils, paper and some scissors to get started on this easy and fun game to review astronomy information, or other types of study concepts.
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Put a flavorful twist on a classic dish, and make tortilla lasagna! All your favorite ingredients from traditional Mexican food will go into this creation.
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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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Create a tornado vortex in your kitchen in this 5th grade science experiment. All you need are two plastic bottles, duct tape, and a metal washer to begin.
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Encourage your child to begin scrapbooking or journaling with a personalized book covered in Washi tape that he'll want to use all the time!
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Inspire young anthropologists with this 5th grade art project: make patterned pottery in the Anasazi style! All you need are a paper plate and markers to start.
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Try this winter-themed arts and crafts activity for fifth graders: make colorful woolly pompoms! All you need is yarn and stiff cardboard to get started.
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Illustrate the importance of bicycle safety in this simple 5th grade science experiment. All you need to start are an egg, a Styrofoam ball, and rubber bands.
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Help your child visualize her goals for the new year by creating a self-portrait that represents all of the amazing things she has done and hopes to do.
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Big hoop earrings are popular and it√Ęs no wonder why; they are light, airy and tons of fun! Help your child make a pair of hoop earrings that is all her own.
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A package of memory wire and some beads are all that your artist needs to make a bracelet. The challenge will be to come up with a design inspired by autumn.
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... a strip of construction paper and wrap it around the roll, behind the silhouette tree. Tape it in place. Repeat for all 4 rolls. Line the rolls up in a...
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... touch? You and your child can collect the phone numbers, addresses, and birthdates of all your family members and put them all into one directory to make a present...

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