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Preschool Holidays Worksheets and Printables

Our preschool holidays worksheets and printables are a great way to introduce your little one to all of the different important days and events observed in various cultures. A lot of the special days we feature content from here aren't technically holidays, but they are tons of fun! Our worksheets and printables are perfect for getting your little one excited for the fanfare that accompanies these cultural events. Our printables are also a great way to lead in or wrap up a lesson on the history or culture of these day of note. Check out our collection of holidays printables and get ready to celebrate.

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In the USA, we call Voting Day 'Election Day.' Different cultures have different voting customs, and you can teach your child about them with this worksheet.
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Shamrocks are a symbol of St. Patrick's Day. Let your child color in these paper shamrocks (green would be best, just a thought) and pin them on her clothes.
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Here's a holiday your kid will like: one that's all about him. He can make up his own idea for a holiday and draw a picture of it.
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International Workers' Day is a celebration for workers of all kinds. Speaking of worker, you've done some excellent work to get this far. Keep going to Z!
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Can your preschooler say Uusikaupunki? It's a town in Finland there the Strawberry Festival is held!
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Did you know there's a birthday for trees? The Jewish holiday Tu B'Shevat is like one, and plenty of other culture celebrate trees as well.
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In the Jewish new year Rosh Hashanah, kids put coins into a tzedakah box and give it to charity. Make your own tzedakah box and celebrate giving!
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There are some zany holidays out there, like Fastnacht Day, a holiday for eating doughnuts. Make up your own zany holiday using the pictures on this worksheet.
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Xmas is a commonly used word for Christmas. Count the number of ornaments on this Christmas tree and color them them in.
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Start the holidays A to Z series from the top. A is for altar, a table used in many holidays, especially Dia de los Muertos, where people put special things.
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Teach your preschooler about the Jewish celebration of growing up, the b'nai mitzvah.
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C is for Cornucopia, a symbol of Thanksgiving, in this holidays A to Z worksheet series.
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Your preschooler will enjoy coloring in the famous dragon that is featured in the Dragon Dance every Chinese New Year.
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Learn about the African-American holiday Kwanzaa, which uses corn to symbolize children. Your preschooler can draw his family on ears of corn, too.
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Dr. Martin Luther King fought for the civil freedoms of all people during the Civil Rights Movement, and his birthday is a celebration of those freedoms.
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