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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... colors Scissors Invisible tape What You Do: Have your child choose a ribbon to weave through one row of the basket, all the way around. She may...
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... Glue Wiggle eyes Construction paper Pipe cleaners Poms What You Do: Have your little crafter paint all the toilet paper roll pieces green...
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...Instead of the traditional egg hunt, try this creative variation that will result in a beautiful Easter garden. Easter egg hunts delight children of all ages. Few...
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... kid should be pretty familiar with patterns in math, but does she know about the patterns all around us—especially those that appear in nature? They may not...
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... becomes more comfortable with using books as reference tools, he'll begin to build up a solid foundation for all of those future research papers he'll write in...
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... grass, removing all stones, debris, or anything else sharp. Lay down the plastic and squirt some dishwashing liquid over it. Turn the hose or sprinkler on and let...
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... very large numbers in the grid. Make sure that there are no clusters of all large or all small numbers anywhere in the grid. Make a chalk line about six feet away...
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... to answer that question for herself. "And they all lived happily ever after,” you read out loud to your child in a cheery and conclusive voice. &ldquo...
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... for even more fun. Invite your child to stick on foam shapes all over the can. Younger kids will usually just decorate randomly; older ones often delight in creating...
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..., the player who's the first to respond with the correct answer collects the cards. Whoever ends up collecting all of the cards will be...
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... all, he'll stay comfortable all day. What You Need: Fabric crayons Lightly colored t-shirt Iron and ironing board What You Do: With your...
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...Give this fun addition game a try! Challenge your child to create sums as close to 100 as he can. This requires him to evaluate all possible sums, based on the...
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... shape. Ask one player to roll the ball on the ground and try to knock over all the cylinders. Have the player who rolled first count how many cylinders were...
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... paint could be so much fun? This Fourth of July, create some explosive colors on black paper for fun Fourth of July decorations! Fireworks come in all shapes and sizes...
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... chocolate, and toothpicks are all he needs to get started. This heart-shaped Mother's Day wreath is not only delectable to taste, but it's sweet to look at, too...
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... each butterfly in place for a few seconds to give the glue a chance to set. Once all the butterflies are glued on, place the branch in the vase and set it out for...
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... paint for your print. Repaint, or adjust your paint and gently press the foliage onto the hard-boiled egg. Make sure all the edges are carefully pressed down on...
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... painting tray and allow your child to paint on top of the entire raised drawing, making sure to cover all of the base and string so no cardboard or string show through. It...
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... this activity that combines graphing practice with money. All you need to do is empty out your pockets of spare change and get graphing! What You Need: Coins...
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... able to keep track of all the chores he needs to do, and as an added bonus, he'll be able to compare what he's done with the rest of the family! What You Need...

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