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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..., and it will leave your child all buttered up for more kitchen chemistry! Science is all around us, especially in the kitchen. Why? In the kitchen we bake, fry, boil...
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... times each altogether left multiplied by  divided by in all fewer product of quotient of add...
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... all the cooking utensils and ingredients needed. Discuss how many people the recipe serves, and compare that with the number of guests. Do you need to double...
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... Pencil Paper Ruler Counters (plastic chips, pennies, beans) Scratch paper What You Do: Have your child and all other players write a unique...
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..., or crayons What You Do: Look at tons of photos on the Internet of buildings in cities from around the world with your child. Have her tell you all the...
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...: Your child should first collect some sweet smelling flowers from the yard. Lavender, lilac, honeysuckle and rose petals all have strong fragrances, but other flowers...
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... Olives, red peppers, or slices of salami Toothpicks Paring knife What You Do: Start by gathering all the ingredients and inviting your child to...
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... will pick a team captain. Hand over the coin to the captain of the hiding team. The hiding team members will all put their hands underneath the table and pass the...
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...Planning a 4th of July picnic? Give your kids a chance to help out by making this creative (and practical) caddy for all of your picnic wares. As an added "green...
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...Try this activity that brings ring toss right into your home pool. All you need is some pool noodles and kids with very active imaginations, and you have all the...
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... child’s initial word count by as many words as possible, but to still retain all the important information necessary to understanding what happened. Record the...
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... aside one sheet of paper for each new word that is to be introduced or practice. Place the pages in a stack and fold them all into half to form a booklet. Staple the...
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... corners. Cut fringe into all four sides of the blanket. Cut through both layers of fabric at the same time, to ensure that they are the same size. Fringe pieces can...
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..., this means you should not cut all the way through the paper; there should be an 1" wide area that is not cut through. It may be helpful to use a pencil and ruler...
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...Kids can take turns helping a balloon stay up, up, up in the air while imagining all the places they'll go in this energetic geography game inspired by Dr. Seuss...
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...Foreshortening: it's all about perspective! Here's a fun and hands on art craft to teach your child about visual effects. Have a blast teaching your child...
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...All those plastic bags hiding under your sink can be re-purposed into a fun and exciting decoration your child can hang in her room! All those plastic bags hiding...
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... with the brown paper, and ask her to fold it in half three times. Trace the bat body on top of the folded paper and cut through all of the paper around...
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... store, or let your child help pick out plants. Choose plants that all need sun or all need shade so the planter can go in one location. The ideais for this...
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... ever think you could play tennis without a ball, net, or court? Now you can—all while helping your third grader practice math facts. Show your third grader...

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