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 peel the bananas and remove all the strings. Slice the bananas into rounds about 1"-2" thick. Since bananas are very soft, you can even let your...
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...This imaginative shape activity will introduce your child to the world of shape and color while building basic math skills. Animals and math: all in one Valentine...
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... Day comes the expectation of sweets, flowers, and—perhaps, biggest of all—cards! This traditional day to express affection to loved ones is the second...
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... better way is there to introduce another culture to your child than by way of music? Throughout West Africa, the djembe (pronounced JEM-bay) drum is played at all...
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... healthy snack will keep little hands busy and little stomachs full on this important national holiday. All you need to begin are graham crackers, peanut butter, and a...
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... all the way to the right-side edge. This will leave an open square area on the left for the white stars and blue background. To create the stars, cut some white...
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... written on it and three with non-green objects on it. Glue all of the hearts onto the index cards in a shamrock shape. Challenge your child to see if she can identify...
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... “-op” words by making her own hopscotch game. This activity combines reading and creative thinking, all while keeping your child active! What You Need...
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... the plants you'll grow are not only edible, but are actually the herbs that taste best on pizza! After all of the plants are in the pot or planter, fill in...
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... her feel brave. Then, have her trace circle shapes for her badge. Encourage her to trace circles of all sizes, and when she's all done, she can pick which colors...
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... simplicity fool you. There are lots of skills at work here–fine motor, measuring, and patterning, and they're all skills your child will use in kindergarten...
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... weather. This may be a good time to introduce the definition of a horizon line, which is a line that separates the sky from the grass. She can now color in all of...
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... printing until her design is complete. Finally, follow the directions on the fabric paint to set the paint. When the tablecloth is all done, put it on your...
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....  Repeat steps 5 and 6 for each different color snowman. Mix up all of the parts. See how fast she can assemble all of snowmen so they're color...
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... ghostly cloaks. Halloween doesn't have to be all thrills and chills. Help your child make a yummy and inexpensive treat for her friends and family members. Watch out...
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...Help your kid get in touch with his wild side with this Big Bad Wolf mask! Bringing this ferocious fairytale villain to life is simple; all you need is common...
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... looks yummier to her? Have her think about all her senses -- except taste! That will come later. Do the two plates of popcorn smell the same? How do the melted...
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... chosen. Lay all the cards on the table, face up, and have your child match each word to the corresponding picture. You could also try some name...
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... first cup and place them in the cup. Repeat step 2 with each cup until all the objects have been sorted. Did he count right? Try the game again with...
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... and messy. Case in point: these Cubist art pumpkins.  Cubist art was all about taking visual images apart and putting them back together again in different...

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