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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... one such characteristic that may be used as a classifying characteristic for a group of animals. For example, some animals, such as worms, have no bones at all. Others...
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... pencil dot on the measurement.  Have him use the ruler to connect all of the dots into straight lines, creating a pencil frame all around the paper, 1 cm from...
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... final knot onto the bottom piece of twine.      Work all the way around the bottle in this manner until your child has 4 sets of...
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... for a class trip, a scouting event or just hosting the dog wash for fun, she can ask a few friends to help. Make sure the date and time is one that they are all...
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... craft can't be beat for slowing down rambunctious kids wrapped up in the excitement of Valentine's Day. Best of all, come February 15th, you can eat it...
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... the table. This is the target number. Announce that aces = 1. Count to three and have all players turn their cards over at the same time. Encourage players to...
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... with each other. Seal the openings of the jars together with the duct tape. Ask your child to predict how many seconds it will take for all the sand to fall to the...
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... master computation skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. All you'll need is a deck of playing cards, scratch paper and a calculator...
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... symbols all over the paper mummy shape. She can now crumple the mummy up into a tight ball. Have her straighten out the mummy and press it flat. Mix...
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... the cereal bars by gathering and measuring all the ingredients. Along with getting the ingredients ready she’s learning more about measurement! She can put the...
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.... Next, have her draw two smaller circles, two inches in diameter each. Have her use scissors to cut out all two circles from the felt. With one of the 4-inch...
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..., stringing the lantern together, then hanging it for all to see. It's also a great experience in teaching her how to carefully measure, cut, and assemble something...
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...; in time, using a very modern device, of course! Using the Internet, you can see historical records of highs and lows for communities all over the United States. We...
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..." is a great way to get into the spirit of gratitude that this holiday is all about. Writing a proclamation sounds hard, but it's really nothing more than a...
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... in water) Medium-sized clear bowl Tray Several clear glasses What You Do: Fill your bowl all the way to the brim with water. Have your child take a...
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... size, or both size and color, or both color and shape. And three lines means all three: same color, shape, and size. Keep going with 4-6 more pieces until you have...
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...Help Mother's Day feel special for weeks and months ahead, while giving your fourth grader some good writing practice, too. Here's how. Calling all Dads! ...
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..., and water. When it is all mixed together, the salt dough should be malleable and not at all runny. Move the salt dough to the cardboard, and instruct your...
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... able to save money by deciding to make some or all of her gifts by hand, but that she cannot go over the set amount. Instruct your child to make a list of the...
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.... This activity recreates the lyrics of a lighthearted Christmas song by challenging your child to replace all the nouns. Using a little word-magic she'll find...

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