Third 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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... him write a sentence or two with a black marker, describing his special moment or event. When it's all finished, have him pick a special spot to display his story...
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... favorite friends! Invite your child to create invitations to send to her friends inviting them to afternoon tea! This way your child, and all her friends, can enjoy...
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... metallic circles into the design. They can be used as animal eyes or as part of the background design. Carefully glue down all of the objects onto the Toran. Allow the...
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... not all the way to the top. If you don't have a popsicle mold, you can also pour the juice into paper cups, then tear the paper off once the juice has frozen...
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... boat is ready to carry all kinds of objects across wide bodies of water! paper boat, homemade boat, egyptian boat, cardboard, boat...
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...;strong vertical strokes and create a “grassy” texture. Cut four pieces of metallic pipe cleaners that are all different lengths. These will be the...
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... weather might change above the pond surface. Not all frogs live near ponds. Where do you think these frogs might go to spend the winter? How do you think frogs...
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...: Animals of all kinds migrate, adapt, or hibernate to get through chilly winter days. To help the wildlife in your area, your child can create a brush pile that...
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... to an appropriate length to create the horse’s bridle. Help your child attach it with melted chocolate. Repeat steps 5 through 8 until all of the...
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... items. He can now draw the food items in the dishes using the pencil. Have him color in all of the food and dishes using oil pastels. The harder he presses down...
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... to call her own. All she'll need are a few simple materials and steady hands to create this little bundle of peeping, cheeping fun. What You Need...
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... birdhouse roof and sides. Help your child cut out all the pages from the book, and save them to decorate the birdhouse. You or your child can use the hot glue gun...
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.../body of a princess!  Attach all the body parts together using a pen point to poke small holes for brad clips (it’s best for adults to handle this, but...
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... whatever scraps you have on hand. She can then finish sewing the slice closed and tie off the thread. Once she’s closed off the stitch, she’ll be all...
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... roots. She can also decorate the outside of the soil ball by plastering moss all around it. Finally, she’ll wrap her twine around the ball several times to...
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... tape each onto two stacked blocks. After you have labeled all of the blocks, mix them up and then call in your young learner. Take her someplace in your home...
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... all of the counts correct? No cheating! If a count is wrong, come up with a new word combination that works. Does this poem paint a strong sensory picture? If not...
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... familiar with. Did he know that all the colors together make up white light? If this fact seems too difficult for him to grasp, don't worry! That's what this activity is...
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... dark sunglasses with sneaky mirrors for eyes in the back of your head. Now all you're missing is a bowler, a trench and a phony moustache. What You Need: Old...
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... pencil pot. His African pencil pot drums are all ready to go!   Africa, pencil pot, African pencil pots, African drums, drum pots, pencils, pencil holder, pencil craft...

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