First 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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... time until all white areas of the paper are covered. If he wants, your child can fold it in half to make a card, and write a special message to a loved one on the...
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... mosque has its own unique history, but nearly all of them have one thing in common: stunning stained glass windows. The morning sun pouring in through small bits of...
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... graph, your child will get to keep track of all her fun activities. She won't even realize she's getting invaluable math practice in the bargain! What You Need...
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... eyes and a red pom for his nose. Have her use a black marker to add the final touch -- a smile! Don't forget to help her make one for all her friends and...
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... corresponding colors. (Example: If she says that anger creates red cheeks, draw circles on red construction paper.) Cut out all of the shapes you have drawn. Name an...
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... feet for his penguin. Hang his penguin up so the little fella can inspire joy all throughout the holidays. christmas penguin, cute penguin, how to make a penguin, penguin art, christmas crafts, DIY christmas decor...
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... room with this quick and easy paper sailboat craft! All you need is a couple of paper plates and some simple art supplies to help your child create a truly rocking toy...
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... strands are too long. She should trim any strands that make the utensil too hard to use. Encourage her to "kelp-ify" all her utensils! When she's done...
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.... Let her cut out all the drawn shapes. Have her use a black marker to outline each object and to add any details like lines or bumps. Help her arrange...
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... times. Have her draw a heart on the top of the folded paper. Let her use scissors to cut the heart out. Make sure she cuts through all of the folded sheets. When...
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... Need: Construction paper  Pencil Scissors Markers What You Do: Ask your child to make a list of all the people working hard who...
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... Labor Day to encourage your youngster to recognize all the people whose efforts benefit the community. In this activity, your kid will create a chart of job titles...
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... celebrated in India and all around the world. A traditional Hindu holiday, this festival of lights is usually observed over the course of five days. In many places, it...
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... banner that your child can make himself! All he'll need is a handful of art supplies to create this fun and bright banner -- and he'll probably never...
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... directions on the index cards, one direction per card. When you are done, put all the cards into the small box with the crayons, drawing paper, and glue...
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... child prepare the bowl by placing all marbles in the bottom of the bowl and covering them with sand. Label cups. Have your child write each marble group color on a...
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.... Continue until you and your child have represented all of the tally marks on the graph. Discuss the data shown on the graph. Have your child tell you what each...
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... help her write the first set of description sentences. Then invite her to create drawings to illustrate the statements. Repeat the process until all the pages are...
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.... Bring on the mud! Mud is a cheap, tactile, and delightful way for kids to practice with all those new words they learned in kindergarten, as they get ready for...
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... spinning, your eye can't separate each color and identify it. In the whirl, all your eyes can tell you is that they see white! If your child is interested in...

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