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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... are dazzling enough for all to enjoy. Make mason jar lights a mainstay in your house this holiday season and beyond. What You Need: Mason jars White...
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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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... of DIY coasters from washi tape and reclaimed tile, then sit back and enjoy a tall, cool drink – all without staining furniture. These DIY coasters are an easy...
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... shape an elm leaf? A tulip tree leaf? A sassafras leaf? Expand on this activity by making orange and yellow dough, scenting it with all spice or cloves...
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... things to do when St. Patrick's Day rolls around are dress up and learn all about leprechaun lore. Combine the two by creating a simple leprechaun disguise...
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... children participating. Ask the children if they can list all ten of the plagues. A list of plagues to represent are: Plague of water turning to blood...
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.... Armed Forces. You may have to look back at your family tree to remember all of them. Have him write their names on the front facing loops. Hang the flag on a...
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... symbol of a crescent moon with a star is an ancient one. Dating all the way back to early Palestine in the 13th century B.C., the star was a reference to Venus and the...
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... stunning. Be careful to avoid puddles, which weaken the paper. When the paper is all colored, you're ready for an extra snazzy step: take the metallic liquid...
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... of the house together. Ask her to pay close attention to the shapes of the rooms and where all the doors and windows are located. Now you need a treasure map! Use...
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... called the Pharaoh and who was cruel to his slaves, ordered that all the Hebrew baby boys be killed. To save her son, Moses's mother made him a basket of reeds...
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... full coverage. Wear over bike shorts or bathing suit bottoms. Leis Nothing says a luau like a lei, the flower necklaces worn all over the islands. Here's how to...
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...;they’re a great game to pull out over snacks, in the car, or even when you’re sitting in the dentist office. Math is all around us; and with your help...
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...’re learning how to record, organize, and show data. Of course, all of that can get a little dry. To spice it up, form your own Olympics committee and host The...
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... second card, using the word “Next” as the intro. And the third card should start with the word “Last” and go from there. Talk About It: Once all...
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... relatively cool. Have your child check on the avocado regularly, making sure to keep the glass filled to the brim with water at all times. If the pit dries out...
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.... Reduce, reuse, recycle. Almost everyone knows that phrase, but not all kids understand what it means. If you need a fun way to teach your kids about recycling, try this...
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... impressed. Make sure to thank your young decorator too. It is Thanksgiving, after all! thanksgiving decorations, thanksgiving project, thanksgiving craft, family...
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... handwriting skills by painting capital letters. Be sure to paint using the same direction you would if you were writing them on paper. Repeat this process for all of...

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