Fourth 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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... them on top of the shape within the lines. You're done! Go back to step 1 and repeat with a different fraction. Try attaching all your fraction collages...
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... Day staple, corned beef and cabbage is a delicious way to celebrate the holiday and introduce your little one to the kitchen. All of the ingredients can be prepared...
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...Teach your fourth grader how to craft her own decorative felt eggs, a perfect way to symbolize spring and new beginnings! In spring, life is emerging all around us...
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... catch any pieces of rice that may fall in. Discard the rice. To the blender, add sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla. Cover and blend until all the ingredients are...
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... it through the holes. Tie a square knot with the loose ends, and you're all done!  Take the bullroarer outside, grip the handle firmly and twirl the sounding...
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.... Sit with your child and together carefully observe all of the shapes and colors you see inside the glass. Some of the whites may actually be gray or yellow, and the...
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...Turn all those pine cones hanging out around your yard into a special centerpiece to display during your next holiday gathering! Pine cone centerpieces make for a...
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... paper bags to create one-of-a kind stockings! This is a great activity to keep the kids entertained. And, it's a great project to use up all those bits and scraps of...
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... into the balloon. A toothpick or stick to poke the sand through the funnel may help the process go faster. Fill the balloon almost (but not all the way) full with sand...
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... hands. Have her roll the soap into a ball. She can continue scooping and rolling until all the soap mixture has been used. The finished rolled soap balls can cool...
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...’s a lot of measuring, which encourages your child’s math skills and culinary abilities! He can use the whisk to incorporate all the ingredients. Next...
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... brewing? Your child can learn more about earth science as well as meteorology through learning how to make a weathervane! All that’s needed are materials you...
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.... Cut out all three pieces of your puppet from the poster board. Attach the arm pieces to the body using the brads; one brad will join the hand and elbow piece to...
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... spatula until they are all evenly coated with the egg white, which encourages her fine motor skills! It’s time to get sugared! Offer your child some...
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... her spring spring roll ingredients! She can use all her favorite fresh veggies, such as cabbage, carrots, and cucumber! Offer your child a paring knife to cut...
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... degrees Fahrenheit. The dried okra can be coated with the milk and then tossed in the bag and given a good shake, making sure all the okra has been covered. Have...
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... pencil to write down all her ideas. Now she can do some research online or at your local library on the process of dehydration. Originally, the sun was used to...
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... pattern or a particular type of rhythm. All he has to do is rhyme the end sound in each line. He can use this rhyme as many times as he wants—4 times or even 15...
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... fork to press the edges and then poke holes on the tops. Encourage her to keep creating pop tarts until all the piecrust and pumpkin filling are gone. Now she can...
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... up about 3" around the circumference of all strips of paper. Cut off the excess paper and bend the other two strips that are across from each other and staple...

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