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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...? Help your young scientist figure it out. For second graders, air is a tricky science concept. After all, kids this age think in very concrete terms. And air is anything...
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... marks, like this: Now fold all four corners into the middle. Now the “right side” (with all the cool decorations) will be showing. This next step is...
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... and have your child wash her hands. Gather all the cookies and confections together and arrange them on a tray so it's easy for her to see all the materials...
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..., allowing the confetti to cascade downward upon their victims. In an all-out cascarones fight, people throw them hard on the ground near someone's feet in...
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... space by placing the drop cloth on the ground outside, then spread the bed sheet flat on top. This way you can have fun working outside without getting the canvas all...
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...This recipe's a snap! It's so easy in fact your child can do all the prep work himself, with very little mess and having lots of fun. Who doesn't like oatmeal...
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...Celebrate spring with a cute cut-out bug button your child can make out of colorful felt and markers! Spring is here and your child can learn all about the bugs...
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... back of one of the large hearts. Secure it with clear tape. Repeat this for all three hearts. Next, take the folded white paper (your zigzag accordion card) and...
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... all kinds of creepy crawlers. This is a great project to create after a trip to the zoo or while learning about science. This variation on finger painting will be a...
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... your child loves fruit snacks, but you're a little worried about the health aspect of those tasty store-bought treats, then this project is for you! We all know...
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...! What do ice, snow, and world-renowned athletes have in common? The Winter Olympics brings them all together, of course! Spark your child's interest in this year...
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... with the decorations, but see if you can keep them in the Hanukkah theme. Try all blue sprinkles, or blue M&M’s. When the decorating is done, take some...
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... famous of all - The Cat in the Hat. What better way to embrace the world of Dr. Seuss than to dress up like one of his classic characters? This accessory making activity...
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...Celebrate the spirit of Halloween by creating your own magical witch card that stands up all by itself! This Halloween card is fit for the scary sorcerer in your...
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...'s important to find fun ways for her to cultivate her talents. With all of the focus on academic subjects, your kid might not get very many opportunities to put...
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... middle of one set of legs, just over halfway through the head. Do not cut all the way through the head. Paint both octopus body’s front and back. Allow them...
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... your child know what charcoal is? Let her handle the pencils as you explain that charcoal is commonly produced from wood that has burned in a fire. The wood loses all...
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... where to put them all? In this pretend play activity, your child will not only get to design a custom superhero utility belt, she can also invent an entirely new...
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.... Together with your kid, read about these mighty rulers and their feuds for power. Isn't it hard to believe they're all in the same family? Time to assemble...
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..., and matches up with a letter. For a child who is making good progress on math facts, this is a fairly fast activity … but one that will bring a sense of accomplishment that lasts all day and beyond! second grade, math facts, secret codes...

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