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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... square is a free space. Each player should fill in his bingo card with vocabulary words from the list. Once all cards are filled with words, begin calling out...
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... this, ask him these questions: What did you see on the surface of the marshmallow after it was heated? Why do you think it only reached a certain size? Soon he'll be guessing how all the appliances work! science, microwave, marshmallow, molecules...
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... successively. The player who gets her pebble in the hole with the least amount of throws or rolls wins that hole. The game continues in this manner until all the holes...
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... the handkerchief down into the glass. Fill the glass three-quarters full with water, by pouring all the liquid into the middle of the handkerchief. Stretch the...
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... sharp into the dark , thicker latex near where you tied the balloon off. Drive the skewer all the way through to the dark latex on the far side. Still twisting...
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... Halloween truly eerie? Science to the rescue! These ghostly, ghouly hands come alive with just a little help from some simple chemistry. All you need is vinegar, baking...
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... Dash of cayenne pepper (optional) Clean, dry jar Self-adhesive label and magic markers What You Do: Have your child stir all the dry ingredients together...
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... happening you must understand probability. Although it can be a tricky concept, the most important thing to emphasize is that probability is all about ...
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... Halloween sandwiches are a creepy-crawly treat for an All Hallow's Eve party or an especially scary school lunch. Treat your child to this frighteningly good...
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... tender. Drain the potatoes and mash them with a potato masher. Put the potatoes in a large mixing bowl. Add all of the other ingredients except for...
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... materials and help him use scissors to cut lengths of raffia. After it's all cut, have him take a length of raffia and wrap it around the wreath frame, tying the...
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... nouns, some verbs, some adjectives. Explain what each kind of word is as you go—nouns are things, verbs are actions, adjectives are describers. Put all the...
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... excuse to throw a picnic party. Your child can find all or most of the materials around the house, and then let his creativity loose! And even better: he'll boost...
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...This creative kid craft turns used bottle corks into all kinds of farm animals like dogs, cows and pigs with the help of paint and toothpicks. Need a creative way...
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... explore ancient motifs such as buffalo, bison, and hunters, all while bringing the past to life. What You Need: Butcher paper 11” x 17&rdquo...
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... mix and match gems and other objects to create a set of earrings for every outfits, or make friendship earrings for all her friends. What You Need: Craft wire...
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...This African shield craft gets kids to cut, design and paint an African initiation shield. It's a great African art activity for kids of all ages. In some African...
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... easy to make and looks great in any room. Colors, patterns and find motor skills all come to play in this craft. Your child can make one as big or as small as she...
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... all! What You Need: 1 15.5-oz can black beans 1 5.5-oz can corn 1 tomato, chopped ¼ cup chopped red onion ¼ cup chopped red...
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... moon in the ninth month of the year signifies the start of Ramadan. Ask him to glue down all of the shapes to recreate his own Blue Mosque. Use markers...

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