Second Grade 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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... = 21). All you need to do to "guess" your child's total is add up the numbers on the dice facing upwards and subtract the sum ...
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... independence of constructing his own racquet sport game, and after he's done, he'll have a blast playing it. It's not all just fun and games, either. The motions that go...
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... cheer on the local team. And with all the cutting, coloring, and designing involved, it's sure to bring out the artist in your little sports fan, too. This...
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... round. Each player gets only one chance per round to guess the animal. Play several rounds of this game using all the animals on your list. Rotate who guesses and who...
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... for the yolk. Have him repeat this process to make as many chocolate eggs as he wants, and then put all the eggs into the refrigerator to harden. When the...
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..., and help the environment, too! Kids put on many different hats as they build, playing city planner, architect, engineer, and even construction worker all in one...
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... baking sheets. Once he has formed all of the potato candies, chill them in the refrigerator for half an hour. Combine the cinnamon and cocoa powder in a...
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... make it look more like a Mexican sombrero, ask your child to add additional layers of beads all the way around the crown. Make sure that each layer gets progressively...
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... underwater creatures. Have your child dip a clean paint brush into a cup of water and spread a layer of water all over the piece of white paper to wet it, prior...
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...;re all finished, put some bracelets and hair bands around the tube, piling them up towards the top. The base of the paper plate or bowl is also convenient for...
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... circles behind the glasses’ circles for the lenses. Now the glasses are all done and ready to wear. Take him on a walk outside in the sun to show off his...
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... detergent on his tinfoil. Encourage your third-grader to use a big brush to evenly distribute the black paint mixed together with the dishwashing detergent all...
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... camp staple that we all know and love, but it's a long and messy process that can leave some very difficult stains on your clothes or furniture. This paper...
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... great jump rope rhyme! Though we all know the classics like “Cinderella dressed in yellow” and “Teddy bear, teddy bear…” writing your own...
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... as healthy as it is tasty? These banana muffins are just the thing! Kids practice measuring skills and learn all about cooking as they bake these yummy banana treats...
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.... Squares, triangles and rounds are easy. Once your child can handle a cookie cutter, all kinds of fun, seasonal match-wiches are do-able. Stackable slice foods: jicama...
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... chocolate chips in the glass bowl and gently stir with the spatula until the chocolate is melted. Offer help as needed – the saucepan will be hot! Once all the...
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.... Your child can repurpose and recycle a used can into a useful compost bucket! Composting is turning all your fruit and vegetable bits into healthy fertilizer for your...
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... or less. She may want to fill the bottle all the way to the top with beans, or stop at a halfway point, whichever look she prefers. Cut and tie a pretty ribbon...
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... game. All it takes is half an egg carton, a handful of coins, and some construction paper. Soon you’ll be tossing paper wads into egg carton cups, adding money...

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