Preschool 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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...! Once all eggs have been cracked and served, try mixing up the order of the plates to make matching numbers more challenging. preschool, pre-kindergarten, math...
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... game as it is a fun way to get your child involved with learning math. Best of all, it’s incredibly simple! Everybody shops—making this an easy activity to...
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... first and carefully cut out the shape. Run the glue all over the fish-shaped construction paper and stick the pieces together. Be sure to leave a small portion...
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... decorating encourage growing creativity and help kids develop those all-important fine motor skills. The spiders make adorable wall and table decorations, or a...
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... sweet all over? Candy canes, of course! This tactile painting activity gives kids permission to get messy (just a little bit!) while creating a decorative candy cane...
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...Use common kitchen tools to create an entirely uncommon work of art! The next time the weather has you stuck inside, your child can enjoy experimenting with all...
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... it easier or harder? Do the designs made with the feather look different than they would with a paintbrush? When he's all done, set the painting aside to dry...
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... are made up of lines! Check out patterns on your furniture, designs on the curtains, and the siding of your house. Encourage him to think of words to describe all the...
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... for each number up to ten, making the corresponding number of suns on one side, and then writing the number on the other. After all ten cards are complete, use...
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..., continue to heat for 15 seconds at a time, stirring after each round. Keep an eye on the chocolate at all times; once the chocolate starts to melt, it will be ready...
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... table, lay out an A BB CCC DDDD pattern. Ask your child to describe the pattern to you. Now have her string an A BB CCC DDDD pattern of her own. When you're all...
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... space in some parts of the eggs. Now she can make a black wash by mixing tempera paint with a small amount of water. Brush this wash all over the paper, and use a...
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... gotten to know his pumpkin a bit more, it's time to play dress-up! Arrange all the winter scarves and hats next to the pumpkin. Let your child have a blast...
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...By painting pumpkin seeds and positioning them on a sheet of paper, your child will turn 50 pumpkin seeds back into a pumpkin, all while learning the basics of...
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... half lengthwise. Line the table with some newspaper. Paint over all the white areas that aren’t covered with tape. Challenge him to paint inside the lines...
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... to invent any that she's never seen or heard of before? Ask her to cut out all of the creatures she can think of using scissors and foam. Have her...
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... red tissue paper into the paper roll. This will make a small basket for her treats. Let her fill the construction tube reindeer with all her yummy chocolates and...
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... versatile dough has a lot of names and can be found in all sorts of stores, but it's easy to make at home. This recipe uses baby oil, since it's a simple easy...
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... the differences between insect and human bodies all the while! During play, she'll synthesize her imagination and newly-acquired facts, an essential critical thinking...
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... all together. Estimate how many of a particular container it would take to fill the kiddie pool. Sure it's wet entertainment for a sweltering day...

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