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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... allows kids to get creative, it also helps them learn about all of the natural color around them. What You Need: Foods for painting (dry mustard, paprika, cocoa...
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... you can fill the whole long sheet. When you’ve filled the paper with all the "A" words you can think of, roll up the strip tightly. By now, the...
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... Fruit "leather" Ready-to-use icing (to use as ‘glue’) What You Do: Gather all the ingredients and display them on a tray, so...
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... into stories. They’re also learning that ideas for stories are all around them—even right outside the window. Christina Rosetti, a famous poet, once...
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... Glitter (optional) What You Do: Lay all of the found obejcts out on your work surface and talk to your child about how to fit them together to create an...
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... Rainbow Fish, a group of fish asking the Rainbow Fish to play, the little blue fish asking for a scale, the Rainbow Fish all alone, the Rainbow Fish talking to the...
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..., trace the outline of your child with a crayon or washable marker. Now your child is ready to create his self-portrait. Start with the face. Ask him to draw all...
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... child draw many different animal portraits and create extra scenery, animal props, or habitat objects such as trees and plants. Hang all her creations in her room...
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... see if your child can guess the letter you have written. Was she right? All she has to do is paint over the letter to see! If your child can read, you can play this...
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... something representing the afternoon. Repeat for the last panel, focusing on night time. After the marker outline has been finished for all three parts, invite your...
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... at the base of real binoculars.) When all the paper coverings are dry, glue the two tubes together and let dry. Use your hole punch to make holes at the sides of...
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... handfuls of needles. Be sure to look for needles that are all different lengths. Lay the needles out on the ground. Discuss with your child whether he wants to use a lot...
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... and farm animals can help change that. All you need is some craft supplies and your child's imagination. Let her draw her dream barn and decorate it with the...
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... messy and it will dry faster.) Repeat this process until all the strips are sealed around each other in a chain. On the last ring, the face, have your...
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... child enjoy pretending to fish? This activity is a fun way to combine “going fishing” with learning about the concepts of freezing and melting. It all...
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... the I Spy sheet. Once she finds all the pictures on the sheet, she wins! Once she has become familiar with the pictures, make the game more challenging by...
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... similar to the letter Z? After he paints all the stripes, help him paint a large letter Z at the top of the page. Set the painting aside to dry. Hang his...
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... side of a grocery bag and cut all the way up one side. Ask your child to open the bag up and make as many accordion folds as possible, making sure that the folds are...
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... circular shape, so it’s easier to make circular spots. Invite your child to paint spots all over the clothing in a Dalmatian-like fashion. After the paint...
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... Character Cubes! Just roll these dice and start spinning stories! Everyone has a story to tell—little kids especially love sharing stories about all the imaginary...

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