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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... science and the natural world, all while fostering a sense of fun and creativity! What You Need: Pair of sunglasses 4 sheets of card stock 4 sheets of...
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... favorite color was red, only list red once. Count up all the answers, and write the number under the appropriate subcategory. You can also use stickers, stick...
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... riddle for all of the coins in your actual wallet. You'll have loads of fun guessing and challenging each other to write the most difficult riddle! third grade, math, coin counting, pennies, dimes, nickels...
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... What You Do: Announce the point system to all of the players as follows: Face cards= Wild (players can assign whatever value to the card that they want), Aces...
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... the edges under, help your child staple the plastic together. Make sure all the staples are facing one side, which will be the bottom. The plastic cover on the...
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... original drawing. Invite them all to open up their papers and view their collaborative creatures! To extend this activity further, encourage the children to name...
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... aloud.  For extra practice have your child circle all of the adjectives in the paragraph. Merry Christmas! santa claus writing, writing activity, holiday learning, holiday writing...
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... winter treat, he will learn crucial cooking skills, such as measuring, knife safety, and how to follow recipe directions. The best cider is made by brewing it all day...
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... that it doesn't burn, and swirl the pan to ensure all of the sugar dissolves. Immediately add the butter and stir until it melts. Remove the pan from the heat...
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... the strings, gather the ends together and loosely tie a knot. Make sure all strings have about the same tension, then do the same for the other side. Show your...
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..., whose favorite color was red. On Valentine's Day, no hearts came his way. So he cried all night in bed. Here's another example: There once was a boy named Stan...
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... sport as you read the paragraph she wrote aloud. For extra practice, have your child circle all of the different parts of speech that she previously learned about...
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... Olympic Games bring together athletes from all over the world in celebration of national pride and global community. Perhaps your own child harbors visions of one day...
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... color them in to match the sample cloth she has chosen. Once she has colored all four sheets, ask her to glue them onto the poster board, leaving a two-inch...
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... along the far left edge of the ribbons. Hand her the shorter set of ribbons, and help her weave each one in between the horizontal ribbons. Once all the ribbons...
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.... Julienne (or, cut into very thin strips) all the vegetables as well as ¼ of the Spam. Have your child can combine the flour, water, egg, and salt in a mixing...
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... cans, you and your kids can easily craft your own miniature cornhole game that can be played inside or out. Best of all, you won't have to spend a cent&mdash...
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...;all at the same time. What You Need: Sidewalk chalk Large area of concrete, such as a driveway or patio List of math problems to call out with matching...
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... the cloth sheet is spread out all around the poster board. Plug in the hair dryer and turn it to its highest setting. Turn on the hair dryer, and show your...
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... the paper square. Does she notice how the printed lines make four squares within the cut-out one? Have her use a pencil to very lightly draw a line through all the...

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