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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... during the different seasons of the year. cherry blossom painting, toilet paper roll, recycled craft, Japanese, Japanese cherry blossoms, flower, flower art, toilet paper flowers, sakura, festival...
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... math. Here’s an activity that puts them all together for learning and fun. What You Need: Coin jar of loose change Couple of curious kids What...
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... figuring out how to make a go of this backpack thing, don't despair. Parents can make all the difference by showing kids where each thing goes, and helping them return...
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... opportunity to use the all-American colors of red, white, and blue and create a paper craft to really get in the spirit. What You Need: White...
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...) Pencil Tempera paint   What You Do: Have your child name off all of the different patterns she can imagine. Hand her a pencil and...
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... normally associate with angles. Tree branches are a great place find acute and obtuse angles, and corners of the house all make perfect right angles. Print her...
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... education, but it's true: math is all around us. You can try this simple activity with your child to get him thinking about the real world math you use everyday...
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...Using a few simple materials, you and your child can create a checkers game board that will last all the way to your destination and home again! Take this timeless...
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... numbers and fractions! Learning factors can be a bit tough, especially given all the different numbers that can be attached to multiple numbers as factors. This game...
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.... Combine all the ingredients and mix well. Pour in the lemon (or lime) juice. Mix until all ingredients are combined. Salt and pepper to taste. For...
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... simple patterns on to the reindeer. White crayon looks especially festive against darker colors. Cut out all of the traced reindeer shapes. Lay out a strip of...
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...: Turn over all the candy pieces so that the numbers are not showing. Have your child choose two pieces of candy and turn them over to reveal the numbers...
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... page, table of contents, and front and back covers. Make sure they're all lined up, then punch two holes in the left side of the stack, about 1" down from...
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... of one piece and fold the felt in half vertically, leaving the top edge unglued. These will be the candy pouches on the advent tree. Repeat this action for all 24...
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...Here's a super fun game to get in some place value practice! All you need is a deck of cards, paper, and a pencil. Got a kid who's tired of worksheets but stuck...
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... excited players What You Do: The goal of these games is to practice counting and adding coins to reach $1.00. Game #1: Place all of the coins into the...
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... creates a miniature masterpiece all by herself! A quick word to the wise: use a plastic tablecloth or shower liner to protect the area your child is working in...
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... that the whole family can get involved in, the Egg Olympics can be tailored to your kids' interests and become an all-day, outdoor event or a short, inside...
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... edges) all around the square piece for your child to use as a stitch guide. Next, prepare the herbs. Have your child squeeze the herbs to release their scent. Then...
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...Teach your child about Jewish culture by helping her make her own Tzedakah box. When she's all done, she can use the box to collect money and give it to her...

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