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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...Math Baseball is a fun and competitive way to review new math concepts and simple computations. All you need is some paper, pencils, and a scorecard! Spark your...
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... able to zip through a big text, but as an experienced adult reader, you know: the real joy of literature comes when you can slow down, take it apart, and savor all the...
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... colonial history this Fourth of July! Chocolate chip cookies have a well-deserved reputation as an “All American Classic,”  but if you’re planning to...
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...Help your kids map the "global footprint" of your family's grocery cart by investigating how far your food travels before landing on your dinner table. Maps, in all...
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... need to be the obvious subject matter of the song; some of the most interesting music videos are those that interpret the songs in an abstract way. Gather all the...
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... figure out which fraction is greater. The player who has the largest fraction wins all of the cards played in the round. If there's a tie, split the cards...
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... Haman, and they're traditionally made in the spring for the Jewish holiday of Purim. What You Need: 1/4 tsp salt 3 cups all-purpose flour
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.... Decorating a vase in the style of the ancient Greek artists isn't difficult at all; all you need are a few basic materials and your imagination. So grab your...
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... sugar ½ cup organic applesauce 2 eggs, beaten 1 10-ounce can organic pumpkin puree 1 ½ cups all-purpose flour 1 tablespoon...
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... happens? Does the spiral start and stop just as quickly for all pans? Does the spiral spin the same on low heat (medium, etc.) for all pans? What does the spin tell...
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... the chicken. Tuck all four halves into the chicken cavity. Crush a garlic glove with the flat side of a chef’s knife to release the oils and rub it over...
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... her place the rounds flat (you might not use them all) in the sauté pan. Help her measure and add the brown sugar and butter. Turn on the burner to medium...
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... 1-teaspoon honey Blender Saucepan Paring knife Spatula Jar with lid What You Do: Start by helping your child get out all the ingredients...
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... like a professional painter using an apple and red paint! Painters observe shapes when they work. Even if an object appears to be all one color, a painter's job is...
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... medals each participating country wins. If you are unable to view the events on TV, you can find the information online. Once all the skiing events have...
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...; take turns with your child during this step if she has trouble or gets tired. Set the raw egg aside to use for scrambled eggs later. Once all the raw egg is...
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... much about it being smooth -- it’s supposed to look like a brain after all. Use the knife to draw the wriggly ridges of a brain on the frosting. If you have...
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... sifter into one of the bowls. Have him dump the flour, baking soda and salt into the sifter. Help him use the sifter to mix all the ingredients togther. Next...
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... and shape balloon, tie the end so the air doesn’t escape. Help him cut the embroidery floss into 24-inch long strands. It's easiest to cut all the floss...
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... on. The first team that gets all players to finish is the winner! Pool games, Raft Games, Outdoor games, Water games, Activities, Outdoor activities, Fourth Grade Activities, summer, swimming...

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