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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... or pink ribbons What You Do: Cut small hearts, strips, and other shapes out of the paper, using all different colors. If your child can write, have him...
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...This pretty (and tasty!) picture frame makes a great gift for friends or family, and will last a lot longer than a box of chocolates. Valentine's Day is all...
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... at all! What You Need: Deck of playing cards Up to 4 players What You Do: Ask one of the players to be the dealer. Have him give each player 4...
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.... Have her paint all of the cups with pink paint. Allow to dry completely. Ask her to cut out two pink triangles for her pig's ears and glue them in place...
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... out of the freezer and let it soften, about 30 minutes. In a large punch bowl, combine all four ingredients, adding the soda last. Watch it fizzle and foam...
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...; of the bug. Glue the two triangles (the wings) on top. Dot on the eyes with the black marker. You are now ready to fly your new little bug all around...
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... Cream cheese Knife   What You Do: Cut the carrots into flat slices about half an inch thick so all of the carrot pieces are about the same size...
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... probably already have all the ingredients you need in the kitchen, so head over for this fun afternoon food craft that will tide hunger over while dinner’s...
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... to run one ribbon through each of her eight bells. Help her tie each ribbon and bell to a hole on the paper plate. Once all eight bells are attached, she's...
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... each socket adaptor and bulb into the power strip. Let her plug in the power strip into an outlet near her white wall. Make sure all of the other lights in the...
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... What You Do: Cut 9 small ice cream cones out of the brown paper. They should be small enough to all fit on the white paper.  Cut out 45 circles that...
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... for greatness. It’s one thing to learn where everything is at home. After all, it’s a place your child spends a great deal of time. It’s another...
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...;Paper Plate Jellyfish.” Your child will get to use her creativity, as well as practice her fine motor skills by painting, taping, and stapling. On top of all...
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... what happens in the story and have her draw a coloring sheet to pass out at storytime. If possible, make copies of the coloring sheet for all of her guests...
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... way letters should be formed-- all with a little pasta and glue. Pasta makes a great dinner, but it can also be used to teach kids proper letter formation! In this...
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... sides, or that a square is a square (not a rectangle) because it has four sides that are all the same length? Getting comfortable with the shapes and their...
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... game that lets him practice building words, all while acting like a Mexican jumping bean! What You Need: Five pieces of large thick paper (oak tag or...
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...; “How could you use these four types of coins to make a different pattern?” Encourage her to show you the patterns. All mathematics is based on...
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... answers on the back of each card. Once all 52 cards are finished (the picture cards and the clue cards), put the clue cards in a single pile. Ask your child to...
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... six times towards me.” All players respond, “Itsy Bitsy May I?” If Itsy Bitsy says, “Yes”, the children move forward, according to the...

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