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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... a stressed syllable, as in Clement Moore’s The Night Before Christmas: “Twas the night|before Christ|mas and all|through the house.” Ask your...
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... the size of a golf ball. You should be able to make about 32-34 meatballs in total. Drop them into the pot all at once, cover and simmer for 40-45 minutes...
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... weaponry and all things violent while sneaking in some history learning. What You Need: Piece of poster board, cardboard, or foam core 1" x 8" piece...
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... impressive as the real thing, but it'll be twice as delicious! What You Need: Your favorite cake mix and all ingredients called for in the recipe 2...
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... add to the soup, stirring until the cheese melts. All that’s left to do is to get out the bowls and ladle out the soup for dinner! He can add a dash of...
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... paper. All that’s left is to start reading a good book so that his new Frank Lloyd Wright bookmark can be used to keep his place! arts and crafts, bookmark, construction paper crafts, paper and glue, 7th grade...
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...This storytelling and creative writing activity is a fun way to engage your child in general and personal history. All you have to do is start a story with &ldquo...
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... lots good healthy stuff and your child can transform them into something to enjoy for breakfast or after school. And, instead of shredding all those carrots, she can...
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... all the cheese has been coated. Invite your child to put the cheese in the freezer for at least 4 hours or overnight. Now she can pre-heat the oven to 400...
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... colors will be. Once one layer dries, he can always go back and add another layer to darken it. Now he can add hills and mountains, making sure to paint all the...
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... of membrane comes loose, she needs to work on the next and the next until all of the membranes have been removed. By the end, she should have an empty orange peel...
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... cards for the game. On each index card write the word, definition, and words that you cannot say, all on the same side of the card. These are the playing cards you...
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...Calling all science detectives! Here's a mystery that may leave you stumped. The scene: two identical balloons react in two completely different ways. Try this...
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... reflect on the past in a collective and creative setting. Games, trips, recitals, parties, milestones passed, and challenges met over the last year are all worthy to be...
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... – consult the teacher and see if he or she would like to participate by having the kids hunt for all types of energy being used in the classroom. middle school, science, activity, motion, energy...
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... amount of time all the students in your school spend studying for tests in one year? Have your child think up with some of her own “Fermi Questions&rdquo...
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... circle, either diameter, radius, or circumference, you can calculate all of the other values. So when doing math problems, she should focus on finding one of those...
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... cancel each other out - so these penny-nickel stacks equal zero! Subtracting integers is all about changing the signs first. For example: 4 – (-1) becomes 4...
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...;an eagle), tiger, and snow lion. Encourage your child to draw one or all of these images or an image of his own on the cloth using fabric paint or markers. Help him...
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... paper flying off the newstands. Put the pages of your newspaper together! You can either paste individual stories onto a large sheet of paper, or lay them all out...

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