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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... out that she really can read and understand it after all! first grade reading, homonyms, reading, first grade, reading activity, homonym activity...
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... his predictions. Redo the experiment, but this time place all the pennies on one side of the boat and record the results. Then place half of them on one side, and...
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... development: the sugar will crystallize into a soft, solid, scrumptious maple sugar. Yummy knowledge! After all this scientific inquiry, your child can probably...
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... the tubes, starting with the one that says “eel.” Go all the way to the end of the tubes, and then poke the elastic through the other egg cup. Keep it...
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... children of this age. Pictographs and bar graphs can be used to organize all kinds of classroom information, such as how many children are absent and present, how many...
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... brings with it cold, snow, and sometimes, cabin fever. Despite the frigid temperatures, it’s important for children of all ages to stay active and get lots of...
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..., and hone crucial problem solving skills all while using her imagination and artistic creativity. Additionally, the classroom pop up book activity promotes...
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... stick to glue the medallion to the “popup platform.” Now it’s time to attach the front and back sections. Glue around all four edges, and place the...
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.... Then ask him to pretend that he has embarked upon a trip to that part of Africa and is experiencing all that the local culture has to offer. Using his imagination...
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...With some imagination, your kids can make a roar with these awesome animal masks! All it takes are some common arts and crafts supplies, and a little creativity...
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...;severed body parts around your drink displays to give the table a creepy vibe. Don't be afraid to make things gruesome and get a little messy. It's all part...
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... child is captivated by the wonders of nature and all of its creatures. Whether it be butterflies in the summer or animals at the zoo, kids are generally drawn to...
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... aim his throws at the pizza board. This amusing activity can be played by just you and your child, but it is also a surefire hit to entertain all of his friends...
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... the segments with a pencil. Keep marking out 2" segments until you have 9 in total. Once you have all your segments marked out, have your child cut the paper...
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... body With legs so short and thin And when it gets all tired It drops and then I win   Chorus   My dreidel's always playful  ...
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...;fingerling on each and every current (number) on the game board. If a player loses all of his fingerlings, he's out. Play until there's...
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... many numbers as possible in your quest to victory! Draw from a deck of cards to determine your number, then mark all of the different numbers that can be used...
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... with a fresh pack of tissues, and place in her binder for easy access all day long. tissue cozy, kleenex cozy, beginning sewing, felt project, felt craft, felt tissue cozy, teach your kid to sew, sewing for kids, simple sewing project...
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... out, just tuck it back in or scoop it onto a plate and enjoy it on the side – it doesn’t have to be neat, it’s all going to get mixed up in your...
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... and thread a ribbon through it so that your child can hang her colorful creation up for everyone to enjoy all throughout the fall season. *A snood is the fleshy...

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