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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... with a collection of your favorite outfits. This fun dress-up game makes the traditional version all the more fun because your child is the star! What You Need...
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... confidence! Once she’s sliced all the strawberries, she can add them to the spinach. It’s time to measure! Offer your child a set of measuring spoons...
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... them onto the barrette blank.   Additional flowers can be added to an elastic wrist band to make a bracelet for a complete fashion make-over, all of it...
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... important member of the ground personnel that help guide air traffic at our airports and learn a whole host of skills while he's at it! All you need are some...
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... the peanut butter base of the cookies. Rolling encourages the development of all those small muscles of her hands, too! Now she can press her thumb into each of...
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... you finish the book it's time to celebrate! Congratulate each other for finishing a new book and learning all about a new character together. Compare your...
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... noise -- it's energy. Airy whispers and ear-splitting screeches all are forms of energy that cause physical objects to vibrate. Let your young scientist explore this new...
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... she presses the foil into all the indentations. Help your child position the headband back on her neck. She's ready for a frightful good time...
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... step is all you! Use a pair of clean tweezers to pick up sprinkles and create whiskers on the Bunny Cupcakes. Have your child help you make a smile with the...
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... the pot. Have him sprinkle all the sugar on top of the cherries. Next, help him pour the water and corn starch into the bowl. Show your child how to gently...
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... What You Do: Help your child cut away the center of the box lid so all that is left is the frame.  Have her cut the toilet paper rolls into loops the same...
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... child take off the funnel and place the balloon mouth over the bottle opening. Hopefully all that practice from before helped out! Make sure the balloon is...
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... in! Have her draw a similarly sized rectangle on the opposite side of the bottle. This step is all you, adults. Carefully use a knife to poke a hole in...
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... up so that they are all easily visible. Next your young scientist will gently add two pieces of candy to each container of liquid. Be careful not to splash or spill...
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... slowly unfold her snowflake. Repeat this process until all of the snowflakes are crafted. Encourage her to experiment with her cuts so each snowflake will display a...
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... best way to build up their skills. You’re primed to help—after all, you were there that whole day. How hard can it be to remember Dad hanging off the...
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... time on her hands. Keep her busy with an activity that reviews basic grammar and parts of speech, encourages creative thinking, and best of all, records the most...
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...; teaspoon baking soda 2-1/2 cups all purpose flour about 1 pound of hard candy, separated by color 2 foil-lined cookie sheets mallet or tenderizing...
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..., simply crumple up some newspaper and place it under the fruit. Consider using fruits of all different shapes, such as bananas, oranges, apples, watermelons, grapes...
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...: string What You Do: The point of the activity to clear all the obstacles! Players lay out this course in a loop around the room and take turns racing...

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