Social Studies and Holidays & Seasons Activities for Kids

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Teach your child about the art of ancient Australia by creating your own handprint art just like Aboriginal artists did thousands of years ago.
Community & Cultures
Second Grade
Gather the neighborhood children together and host an Olympic Games for Kids, right in your own backyard!
Summer Reading
Winter Olympics
Strengthen math and social studies skills with this beautiful Fourth of July placemat 'quilt' project!
July 4th/Independence Day
Jump into Japanese culture with your child by making your own calligraphy scroll. Try your hand at painting kanji on paper just like Zen masters of old!
World Cultures
Fourth Grade
Create a fun memory with your fourth grader by crafting this brightly-colored leprechaun trap.
St. Patrick's Day
Second Grade
Wreath ornaments decorate your Christmas tree and act as a fun sensory craft for preschoolers. Make wreath ornaments with your child this holiday season.
Your child can help eliminate stress for himself or a loved one by creating a colorful, homemade stress ball.
Father's Day
Mother's Day
Invite your child to create a lovely windmill using the ancient art of origami.
July 4th/Independence Day
Third Grade
In first grade, children are introduced to fractions. Hereâs a recipe that combines fraction practice with winter fun!
First Grade
It's easy and fun to make puzzles, and your child can pick any design.
This paper plate valentine craft makes a heart-shaped pouch that holds your child's valentines. Make a paper plate valentine craft with your kid this February.
Valentine's Day
Make a Santa-shaped 'wish card' holder for your child...and sneak in some solid practice in reading and writing, too!
First Grade
This hunt for leprechaun gold is so much fun, kids won't even realize they're working their reading muscles at the same time.
St. Patrick's Day
First Grade

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