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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... groups of words that share a common ending as well as a common sound. All words containing the “ook” ending, for example, are in the same word family: hook...
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... from the grocery store are all you need to begin. Hang it up and revel in the scents of the season! What You Need: Plump round orange with smooth...
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... a bubble at all. Then pour some soap into a tray with water and experiment to see if the kids are right! What You Need: Dish soap Water Kitchen...
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...Ancient Indian tribes believed that if they told their worries to tiny dolls and placed them under their pillows at night, the dolls would take care of all the...
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... pre-selected paint chip colors. When he's all done, he'll get a chance to show off his artistry by creating a paint chip scrapbook—complete with his original...
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... also need all three dice to roll a thirteen. The first player should decide whether he wants to roll 1, 2 or 3 dice, and then the numbers and cover ...
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...: turn family photos into a sturdy flash card game! After a few rounds of family flash cards, he's sure to have all those names and faces sorted out. What You...
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... noticed that the number "100" is a star feature of the math curriculum. By the end of kindergarten your child should be able to recite all numbers from 1...
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... inch apart at the top of each coupon. Have him stack all the coupons on top of each other, making sure the holes all line up. Invite him to thread one length...
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... each time you go around the circle. Once you're done, write down how many people got out from player one’s tongue twister. Bring all the players who...
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... Scissors Markers What You Do: Find an old deck of cards that you don't plan on playing with in the future and take out all the heart cards. Your child can...
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...Bake a delicious cupcake recipe and top them with tasty taffy candy rainbow this St. Patrick's Day! It's a St. Patrick's Day desert that will impress all your...
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... one end of the yarn back and forth through all of the holes. Start the weave from behind the plate. Leave at least 2 inches at your starting point behind the plate...
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... display his foldable. Now his family and friends can know all about Halloween! Halloween, all about halloween, foldable, poster board, Halloween facts, Halloween history...
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...;. Have him cut out the clover. Trace it 5 times on the dark green foam, and 6 times on the light green foam. Cut out all of the clovers. Help him arrange the...
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... all while practicing the concept of lacing. This pair of ice skates doesn't really work on ice, but they'll still dazzle during the coldest season of the...
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... items together and place a price tag in front of them. For example, all the 5 cent items should be in one group. All the $1 items are in one group and so on. ...
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...; Let the the cards dry for at least an hour. Now the fun begins! Have your child flip all the cards over so the plain sides are facing up and arrange them...
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... pile of sugary junk food into a learning opportunity? Sorting, counting and categorizing candy has instant appeal to kids. All of those shiny, brightly-colored wrappers...
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... words to perfection...Bingo! New readers need to develop a “bank” of words that they can read by sight. These are words we use all the time, but which...

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