Fourth Grade Activities

If your fourth grader complains that school is a snooze and learning is a chore, it's probably time to inject some fun into your learning routine. Our selection of activities for fourth graders covers just about every topic and subject a nine- to ten-year old kid might need or want to know. We have everything from mind-blowing science experiments, to intricate arts and crafts projects. These hands-on activities are sure to help show your growing kid the lighter side of learning.

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Turn your leftover cranberry dressing into a sweet, rich bread with this holiday recipe.
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Show your fourth grader how to embrace a green lifestyle and enjoy the outdoors with a homemade, recycled picnic basket.
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This fragrant drawer sachet keeps clothes smelling sweet, and makes for the perfect gift.
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Shrimp are dredged in sweet rice flour and shredded coconut and baked till they're crisp and golden.
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These easy-to-make felt friends are created by sewing two pieces of felt together with yarn and make great gifts for holidays such as Easter.
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Are you tired of the same old Easter egg dying routine? Does your kid love to try new art techniques? If so, try making Easter eggs out of embroidery floss!
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Help your fourth grade scientist practice measurement, and make a scrumptious, healthy summer cheesecake in the process!
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Discover a way to take old denim out of your child's closet without removing it from her life with this beautiful recycled craft.
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This op art craft project turns out eye-popping abstract art! Your kid can flex her creativity to make op art with a few household items in her fave colors.
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Nothing says October like pumpkin soup, but it's also really good for you, with high amounts of fiber, iron, zinc and free radical busting antioxidants.
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Our baked French toast recipe is particularly tasty on a chilly winter morning. Make our baked French toast recipe with your child to teach him about measuring.
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Check out this sweet recipe idea perfect for celebrating Dia de los Muertos.
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Reusable Christmas gift bags are eco-friendly and pretty. Make a batch of reusable Christmas gift bags for your friends and family this holiday season.
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Your child can learn more about traditional Irish cooking this St. Patrickâs Day by making some apple barley pudding â a real tasty treat!
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Your fourth grader will improve her hand-eye coordination making catnip mice, and you'll finally have a use for all those mate-less socks in the laundry room!
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On St. Patrick's Day, bond with your child over a delicious dish with potatoes as the focal point.
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Here's an activity to teach your fourth grader how to reflect on her past year and set specific, attainable goals to reach in the New Year.
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Upcycle an old dress shirt into artsy bow with just a few simple sewing techniques.
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Decorate with a banner made from paper, clover shapes and buttons to celebrate spring or St. Patrick's Day!
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In this fun art exercise, kids practice seeing multiple shapes and colors inside a water-filled glass and recreate them as a still life using colored paper.

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