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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... child outgrows those pesky Keds, and suddenly they look so very cute and precious, and you are overcome with nostalgia. After all, your child will never be quite that...
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... home with some “leprechaun” fun. You know—those elusive characters who leap in to cause all sorts of whimsical mischief? The ones you never...
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...Here's a card that your child can make to last for years and years. All year round, she can let Dad know that she's literally following in his footsteps! As Father...
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...’s to come, and sadness about letting go of the summer gone-by. Teachers too can get swept up in the anxiety of it all as well. After all, everyone wants to get...
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... way to introduce and reinforce sight words…by fishing for them! All your child needs are a few household “tools” and some creativity. What...
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... fish. This game helps kids practice their letters, test out their vocabulary knowledge, and get some writing under their belts all at the same time...
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... child choose one color for each letter, using it to gently color over each letter. For instance, he may choose to color all "r"s blue, all "t"s...
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... she thinks she’s discovered all the ways to make 5. Stack the pages or index cards and bind them together with string or staples to make a book showing...
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...This simple and fun craft will let kids explore their inner bug while also putting to good use all those egg cartons you saved in your recycling bin. Bugs. Creepy...
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... any and all holidays! Your child will boost her fine motor skills as she makes unique greeting cards to give away to family and friends. These cards are fun and...
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.... This smiling paper pumpkin is sure to bring ghoulish cheer to all who receive him. What You Need: 1 sheet black construction paper 2 sheets orange...
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...Celebrate the 100th day of school by creating a math-inspired mural! Count shapes all the way up to 100 for each day of school that has gone by this year. Celebrate...
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... then try to balance a balloon on her finger. If she successfully balances all those things at once, have her try to balance a basketball on her other finger, too...
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...Help your child fix a yummy fruit and chocolate quesadilla. All that arranging and slicing will definitely help boost fine motor skills and he'll make a snack for...
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... become better scientific observers. So find a space to roam—a sandy beach, a wooded park, or a lakeside shore, all offer ample materials to help your child...
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...Plan ahead for summer, by constructing a calendar with your child. Not only will it teach your kid about the passing of time, but it will build excitement, all...
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... Girl Boy Yellow (verbs): Walk Swim Eat Throw Read Once she’s drawn illustrations for all of the words, ask your child to cut along the folds to create...
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... write is a proud journey for any parent. But along with all that pride comes something else… souvenirs! From the moment your children take pen to paper, they...
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... have all the letters, have them sound the whole word out. When they have conquered the challenge, send them off to that location to find their prize. While the kids...
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... to read fun? All you need is clothespins and paint sticks, and your child will have some hands-on learning tools for spelling, alphabetical order, and sight word...

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