Kindergarten 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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... your kid how different shapes can be pieced together to create unexpected forms. As an added bonus, all that cutting and folding is great for honing fine motor skills...
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... frustrate her. For example, -all (ball, mall, tall), -ee (bee, see, tree), -at (cat, bat, sat), and -ed (bed, fed, red). Pick an equal number of words from each word...
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... full of rubbing alcohol. Mix well and let sit for 5 minutes. Then drain onto a paper towel and let dry. Repeat this process until you have all the colors you will need...
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... warm sun. Invite him to check on the container daily, moistening the coffee filter if it starts to dry out. After 2–3 days, he might see something cool. If all...
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... together! Make one for all 26 letters and stamp out the sameness of teaching the alphabet. Your little one can use these sponge stamps to create a multitude of projects...
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... science instruction, too. If all goes well, it's even edible! What You Need: Aluminum baking or roasting tray, preferably at least 3” deep by 14&rdquo...
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.... And that big white protective seed? That's nutrition for the plant. All life, be it plant or animal, needs nutrition to survive. kindergarten, science, seeds, nature...
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... felt in half. Glue all the features into place. Cut out feathers from colored construction paper and tape each feather onto a craft stick. Away from your child, use...
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... resist the urge to eat them all immediately. For a cute presentation, place three cookies on a large piece of clear plastic wrap and wrap securely. Put the wrapped...
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... the “like” piles to create a pattern. When she's got her pattern all arranged, help her glue it down. This activity helps your child practice key...
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... too deep into the bowl, just to where the flat part starts. Continue to make slits like the first all around the bowl, about two inches apart. For a six inch...
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... come and get us? Now, I'm the police. So, in the interest of all of you out there from a bi-religious family, destined to plead the case for Passover in the...
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... correspond to the shape of a school bus. Talk about all of the parts to a school bus including wheels and windows. If your child is having difficult cutting out the...
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... of glue around this join to help hold the tube in place. Once the glue has dried, paint the cup and tube. You can paint it all one color or use bands of color...
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... fascinated by tap dancing? What with all the clicking and clacking, it's not hard to see why kids love it. In this activity kids can enjoy the fun of tap shoes...
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... out all your craft collections and see what your child can use to make a festive garland. This activity teaches your child to pattern, which she’ll learn in...
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...Your child will love whipping up some "handcrafted" outerwear for Grandma and Grandpa, and they'll love having a "handy" keepsake for years to come. We all know...
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... Measuring cup Mixing bowls Spoons Flour (White, all-purpose) Salt Water Poster board Plastic squeeze bottles What You Do: Have your child mix...
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.... Point out all the pretty colors and different sizes. Can she put them into separate piles? Have her sort them by color first, then by shape, and then by size...
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... senses other than her sight. Tell her to dig in the sand until she finds a number. Then she will feel the number all over and try to tell you what number she thinks...

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