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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Play food isn't just for preschoolers! Help your child create a fun Passover craft that doubles as tea-party play food for younger siblings.
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Create some commotion on your table this Halloween with some flying bats that'll be cute enough to cause a ruckus among your little party monsters.
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Make a poodle skirt for a creative sewing project with your child that will also be a blast from the past!
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Boost fine motor skills and get in the spirit of fall with this fun wreath-making project.
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This activity encourages self-expression. When your child is finished she will have created a personalized pin to wear or give as a gift!
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Even if sweet potatoes aren't your kid's favorite, try topping them with fluffy marshmallows -- it will be tough to find a child who can resist!
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By selecting a pattern and carefully repeating it on the entire surface of a pumpkin, your child will transform a simple garden vegetable into a work of art.
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You won't miss the gluten in these pancakes! These delicious and nutritious flap jacks will make a fabulous addition to any breakfast table, gluten free or not!
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Dress up a plain old pen with this pretty craft that's great for back-to-school time.
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Valentine cookies are a classroom staple on Valentine's Day. Make a batch of delicious valentine cookies with your child this February.
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Brooches never go out of style! Your child can create a flower brooch that will look fantastic pinned to clothing, or even a bag. They also make great gifts.
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Made to humorously resemble reindeer droppings, these simple to make and yummy to eat holiday desserts are destined to become a family favorite.
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Your fourth-grader can hone her baking skills with this classic American recipe the whole family will enjoy!
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This twist on classic mashed potatoes includes parsnips, a root vegetable with a sweet flavor your kids will love.
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This quick and easy pasta dish is loaded with sweet grape tomatoes and vitamin-packed red pepper pesto.
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A St. Patrick's Day staple, corned beef and cabbage is a delicious way to celebrate the holiday and introduce your fourth grader to the kitchen.
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Young chefs can easily make this simple soup, perfect for a brisk fall day. Along with being very flavorful, it makes a perfect pre-dinner appetizer or lunch!
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This year, create cute napkin rings to adorn your holiday table.
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Spiders may be creepy, crawly and sometimes frightening, but not this little fella. He's fun to make and sure will cause a lot of giggling!

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