Optional Daily Calendar
- Summer Reading Lists for K-6: Summer Reading Lists
- Xtra math https://xtramath.org/#/home/index - great online practice for fact fluency
- Free Reading Horizon Games for phonics practice Reading Horizons
- PebbleGo and BrainPop Jr. -login information can be found on the Library Website
- Go Noodle https://app.gonoodle.com/ To get those wiggles out!
- Storyline Online https://www.storylineonline.net/ We listen to one of these stories everyday during snack time!
- Cosmic Kids Yoga https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga- we do this for “Mindful Monday!”
- Jack Hartman https://www.youtube.com/user/JackHartmann our “Workout Wednesday” go-to
- Check out a book at the Bucks County Library
- Name all the characters who were in the story.
- Make a connection to the story, with another story, your life, or the world. Don’t forget to use the words “just like” in your connection.
- Write about your favorite part of the story.
- Write down interesting words or especially descriptive words from the book.
- Write and illustrate a summary of the book.
- Make a comic strip of the main events in the story.
- Write down at least 3 new facts you learned.
- Think, is this a made-up book (fiction) or a book with real information (non-fiction)?
- Practice writing your whole name- fist, middle, and last.
- Write a sentence- check, do you have a capital letter in the beginning? Punctuation at the end? Finger spaces between words?
- Write the alphabet- capital and lower-case letters.
- Write the grocery list.
- Go for a walk. Write a sentence about the walk you went on.
- Write about a summer memory.
- Tell about an animal you would like to have for a pet.
- Tell about a time when you were kind to someone.
- Which season do you like the most? Why?
- Find numbers when out shopping at the store.
- Find and identify coins.
- Practice writing numbers.
- Play a number matching game. (Numbers on one card with the same number of dots on another card.)
- Sort objects by color/shape/size/etc.
- Practice basic addition and subtraction facts.
- Count by 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s.
- Play games that involve rolling dice.