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Children will read books from different genres and about various topics as they earn Book Scout Badges!
Did you know that there is a holiday called "Edible Book Day"? This unique holiday occurs in April. Your family can have fun hosting a "book tasting" event around this unique holiday or any day of the year for fun!
Looking for a great way for your child to keep track of the time they spend reading daily? You can also track the books your child reads monthly and yearly!
Your children will create fun and likely quite funny short stories as they provide parts of speech to fill in the blanks for missing words in a story. This activity is designed to have a little something for children of all ages. Take a look at the recommended adaptations for this lesson for different grade levels. Then, have fun getting in a little language arts practice (and some laughter) as a family.
Children will read Charlotte's Web by E. B. White and then analyze character traits through a compare and contrast activity, explore the anatomy of spiders and pigs, and practice their artistic skills through salt painting!
As you read the book, My Garden by Kevin Henkes, encourage your child to dream up an imagination garden of their own!
With this short and sweet resource, your child can practice labeling the parts of a dandelion flower.
Have fun exploring, experimenting with, creating with, and learning about dandelions as a family!
You and your child can use the analog, digital, and event cards in this resource to practice telling time to the hour and half hour through engaging games, schedule creating activities, and more! This resource is designed to provide engaging practice for children who are working on telling time to the hour and the half hour. It also provides the opportunity for children to practice figuring out elapsed time!
In this lesson, your child can practice the letter J with some ASL practice, a sorting exercise, and a sequencing puzzle exercise.
In this lesson, your child can practice the sound of the letter J with some worksheet practice. They can then use their hands to form the letter using yarn, and a food item that begins with the letter J.
In this lesson, your child can practice identifying the sound of the letter I, and practice making letter pairs using an icy hands-on writing activity.
In this lesson, your child can practice identifying words that begin with the short sound of the letter I. Using a practice worksheet. They can experience the letter in different fonts and practice identifying it in that way. They can practice writing and describing the letter in both upper and lowercase forms and create a paper igloo craft using Legos and paint.
In this lesson, your child can practice the sound of the letter h with a say and color practice worksheet, and create an animal paper craft featuring an animal that begins with the letter h.
In this lesson, your child can practice the sound the letter H makes. Create a letter collage, and use tangrams to build items that begin with the letter H sound.