Middle School 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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..., by the Greeks to design the famed Parthenon and by artists in the Renaissance as the measurement of all beauty. The Golden Ratio is also known as the Golden Mean...
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... a bowl, mix all ingredients well. Apply to clean skin and wash thoroughly afterwards. Makes enough scrub for six girls. Banana Oatmeal Mask What You Need: 6...
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... child thinking about voice modulation, inflection, tempo, enunciation, and eye contact. Confidence is all it takes to make a public speaker out of a bashful tween...
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...). One of these occurs in all 50 states. The nominee for president for each political party is announced at the National Party Conventions. The first Tuesday...
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... sounds familiar, you know that compromise is key. To create a common ground, make sure that you tailor the book club to all its members, not just the expectations of...
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... fun side of politics through high-drama campaigns such as the upcoming presidential race. "Competition is interesting. It draws us all in," he says. Here'...
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... rules or generalities in his head, which will help him retain the information. Repeat for all types of angles.  Again, find or create a set, but this time of...
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... and a Hen (b) Four Larks and a Wren (b) Have all built their nests in my beard!' (a); A sonnet is a poetic form that Shakespeare used often. From the...
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...Learn about expressionism, an art form all about expressing yourself. Make your own masterpiece by sculpting dough and painting it so it represents an emotion...
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... stitch the bracelet together. Try the broom stitch yourself first so you can show her how if she needs help. First, wrap the thread crosswise around all the coils twice...
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...-line switch What You Do: Find the cups. Children can collect them all at once during a party or save them from the recycling bin a few at a time. The colors...
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... background. Have him color in all of the areas, allowing the white of the paper to remain as the veins of leaves or intricate details. Oil pastels will need some...
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... her measure the length and width of her room and all of her furniture with the tape measure. Help her draw out a blank plan of her room on a sheet of graph paper...
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... come mind about the people in the painting. He should try to describe the scene using all of his senses. What does he hear? See? Smell? After the 10 minutes are...
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... magazine clippings that represent their friendship. She could also add a border to each page with stickers or markers. After all the pages are complete, she...
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... most important to him out of all of his goals, or what he wishes to work on first. Instruct your child to write his heart's intention in the middle of the heart...
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... appropriate blanks. Once all the blanks are filled, have a good laugh as you read your new myth aloud! mad libs, make your own mad lib, writing practice, parts of speech, grammar, mythology, myth mad lib, Greek mythology...
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..., then go over them with pen. Once she has drawn all the hieroglyphs, have her color the cartouche. Hang her cartouche on her bedroom door, on the refrigerator...
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... onions on top. Your guests won’t believe that your child made this dish all by himself! **This recipe is peanut free and tree nut free. stir fry recipe, beef stir fry, quick dinner recipe, cooking with kids, weeknight dinner...
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... and cutting skills! Now invite your child to draw his design on the sandpaper using the crayons, encouraging him to press hard and cover all the sandpaper with...

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