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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... heavy to light, weigh each item and record the results. Once all of the items have been weighed, look at the numbers. Are there any surprises?  What items...
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... the yarn through all of the holes. Tape the final piece of yarn to the back of the pumpkin. Ask him to draw the jack-o'-lantern face on the yellow...
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...;soft boiled” egg—the egg white will have turned an opaque clear white, and the yolk, while still soft, will be more firm! And all this happened with just...
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...Amidst all of the excitement of kindergarten, children are working hard to develop good concentration and memory skills. Building these skills can take lots of...
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... encourage shared interest in kids of different ages. Although scientific principles are the main focus of the lab, you child will learn all kinds of other skills by...
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... mark them. Give them a good, gentle drenching as well. This is a great time to talk about how our plants start from seeds of all shapes and sizes. Which seeds are...
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... practice. Readers, ho! Learning to read is incredibly exciting, but it’s like a complex puzzle—for it to happen, all of the pieces need to be in place...
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... child draw puzzle-like swirling lines between the words in each of the sentences, then ask her to cut out each piece along the swirls. 3. Put all the pieces on...
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... activity by using the leftover rice for a different purpose. Now that your child has written all of his letters onto paper, have him glue rice on top. It may sound a...
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... stickers, draw pictures, paint designs, or all of the above, it’s up to him to make each mailbox special. Be sure to have him write each person’s name on their...
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... another way to group the objects.  For example, she might put the screws and nails together because they’re all the same length, or the washers and bolts...
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... you are, the more fun your kindergartener will have trying to help you figure out the correct match. After all the objects have been paired up, go back and take...
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..., and do for home entertainment. After your child is done, have her explain all the various features of the fairy dwelling. In a few days, go back to that location...
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... describe what summertime tastes like, ask him what was the last thing he ate at a barbecue or picnic, and go from there. Once all the sentences are complete...
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...! All done? No need to throw the materials away. Keep a “counting box” in the house with various items that are safe for your child to count...
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..., creak or even whistle! Keep a good sense of humor about you and prepare for traffic, as your child’s friends and neighbors appear to see what all the...
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... they might be the same color. Ask your child if she can find any more pictures that belong in the group. Continue playing this game until all the objects have been...
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... healthy and strong se we can fight off sickness. Kidney beans, which are a type of legume and not really vegetables at all, are high in potassium, which keeps our...
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... learn to connect all those letters with their sounds. You can expect lots of work in school, but don’t hesitate to help at home, too. Here's an activity that...
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... What You Do: Put the cornstarch int o the bowl. Slowly add the water, mixing with your fingers until all the cornstarch is wet. Add a few drops of food...

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