Preschool Social Studies Holidays WorksheetsBack
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- F is for Freedom
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.
- D is for Dragon
Your preschooler will enjoy coloring in the famous dragon that is featured in the Dragon Dance every Chinese New Year.
- Seasons and Holidays
Sort out the seasons with a fun match-up activity! Your child will review her knowledge of the calendar by matching up each holiday with its season.
- Spelling Numbers: One
This worksheet is loaded with learning, plus a fun coloring activity!
- X is for Xmas
Xmas is a commonly used word for Christmas. Count the number of ornaments on this Christmas tree and color them them in.
- Pilgrim Girl Coloring Page
This Pilgrim girl coloring page features an early U.S. settler. Try our Pilgrim girl coloring page to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.
- Count, Trace, and Color: Seven
Kids who love Christmas will enjoy this count, trace, and color worksheet. This worksheet will help your child develop math, literacy, and art skills.
- Count, Trace, and Color: Three
This worksheet is loaded with learning, and a fun coloring activity too!
- C is for Cornucopia
C is for Cornucopia, a symbol of Thanksgiving, in this holidays A to Z worksheet series.
- Count, Trace, and Color: Eleven
Your child can count, trace, and color with this fun Thanksgiving-themed worksheet. Kids will exercise math, literacy, and artistic skills in this worksheet.
- N is for Name
Did you know there is a holiday called Name Day? Celebrate your name with this fun worksheet, part of our series of holidays A-Z!
- St. Patrick's Day Paper Doll Girl
What colors do we wear on St. Patrick's Day? Help your child learn her holidays and the different clothing words with a fun paper doll project.
- E is for Ears of Corn
Learn about the African-American holiday Kwanzaa, which uses corn to symbolize children. Your preschooler can draw his family on ears of corn, too.
- S is for Shamrock
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.
- St. Patrick's Day Paper Doll Boy
Get this guy ready for St. Patrick's Day! Try out your luck with this paper doll activity, perfect for teaching your child basic sorting skills.
- Count, Trace, and Color: Eight
This worksheet's loaded with learning...and one fun coloring activity, too!
- Count, Trace, and Color: Four
This worksheet is loaded with learning, along with a fun coloring activity, too!
- Count, Trace, and Color: Nineteen
Load up on learning with this counting, tracing, and coloring worksheet. Kids will use nineteen pieces of corn to work on math, literacy, and art skills.
- Count, Trace, and Color: Five
This worksheet is loaded with learning, plus a fun coloring activity, too!
- Count, Trace, and Color: Fourteen
This worksheet is loaded with learning...and has a fun coloring activity!
- Passover Coloring Page
Help your child learn about the traditional Passover meal with this page that shows all the ceremonial foods.
- Count, Trace, and Color: Two
Count, trace, and color two Christmas trees in this preschool worksheet. Kids will exercise academic and motor skills in this Christmas-themed worksheet.
- Count, Trace, and Color: Twelve
This worksheet is loaded with learning, plus a fun coloring activity too!
- Halloween Paper Doll Boy
Arrg, is there a pirate on board? Help this paper doll dress in his best Halloween costume for trick-or-treating!