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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... her very own green monster. Once she's all finished, her monster will be ready to startle guests with his curly fingers that are just itching to grab...
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...! Place your child's hand over the paper just above the stem and then press it down slowly. Continue using different colors to paint beautiful flowers all over...
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... care of it, the flower will die. An artificial flower will look the same all the time, but that's because it's fake. What kind of flower does your child want to use...
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... truck, count all the items in the room that are red, and even make a list of your favorite red things. What You Need: Paper (one sheet for each child) Food...
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... called The Hungry Ladybugs, and that while you’re telling the story, you’d like for him to act it out, using the felt pieces. You can create all sorts of...
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... remind him of all the special people in his family. Make a family tree with your child to teach him about his personal history! There’s no greater gift you...
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..., and reinforces her love of the environment, which we all should share. What You Need: 3 1-quart jars with lids Measuring cup 3 small potted green...
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... sprout into a living plant, but each seed, and each plant, will be slightly different, just like all of us. Here’s an exciting way for kids to put this all...
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...Here's a fun activity to do at the library to help your child learn the sequencing of numbers and letters. We all know that taking our kids to the library helps to...
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... reassurance, too. Parents, we all know that kindergarten is great. What could be more fun than crayons and snacks and paints? But if your child is starting kindergarten...
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... beginning alphabet sounds and match them with their letter symbols. Kindergarteners are alphabet experts! By the end of kindergarten, children know most or all of the...
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... learning, but it will also help develop those all-important writing and fine motor skills. This project is a great way to spend the afternoon after a...
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.... Stress that to meet our needs, all we have to get is the most basic of things. Then explain that a "want" is something that we can live without, even...
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... paper. Since there are ten boxes, you will need to add all of the numbers 1-10 together to determine how many circles to make. Tell him that some circles ...
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..., and cut two sheets to 5" by 8" for the covers. Now you're all ready to print! Invite your child to practice on newspaper first. Brush the cut side of...
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... candy , the better. Once all the candy is hidden, cut a piece of paper into tiny strips. Use a pencil to draw clues on each strip to where one of the...
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... run to his container, place the sponge over it, and squeeze until all the water is out. Explain that the point of the game is to run back and forth between pitcher...
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... total of 80 cards. Once all the cards are laid out, it’s time to play! This game is played like Concentration, or Memory Match, only instead of matching Jacks...
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... Waxed paper Food coloring (optional) What You Do: First of all, make sure you have plenty of working space for this activity. Cover a table with newspaper...
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... types and textures of soil: collect some sand, clay, gravel and topsoil. If all types are not available in your area, you could go on a field trip to an area that...

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