Just like last week, I’m excited to give you just-right activities for your students to complete at home so that they hit the ground running when school starts back up again.
By popular request, I added a sheet of reading comprehension questions parents can use during read alouds PLUS an engaging science experiment kids can complete using just a Ziploc bag, a couple drops of food coloring and a Sharpie!
INSIDE YOU’LL FIND:
–> A teacher letter you can copy and paste in an email to quickly explain your plan to families.
–> A weekly checklist giving kids 25 simple (and fun!) ways to stay engaged and learning.
–> 4 print-and-play activities practicing CVC words and vowel teams, sight words, adding to 12, adding together equal sized groups to get ready for multiplication, 3-dimensional shapes, and problem solving.
–> 1 sheet of reading comprehension questions parents can print off and use during read alouds.
–> 1 easy-to-follow science experiment teaching kids about the water cycle.