Dav Pilkey has a week’s worth of fun activities to do. Click on the link and check it out!
During our February reading lessons we learned so much about the American Revolution. On a Scholastic website I was able to watch a video of the popular “I Survived Series” author, Lauren Tarshish talk with historians about some key people who were in the war, but also some more ordinary people who also helped in the battles. You will also see weapons that were used, as well as other items that were helpful during that time period. Click on the link to watch the video: American Revolution
If interested, read about a 15 year old boy who fought in the American Revolution (Joseph Plumb Martin) Learn how Joseph and General Washington survived the Battle of Brooklyn by sneaking the army by boat to New York!
Another excellent resource that is free during this time! Check out Scholastic! It is safe, you can read about whales, the hottest and coldest places on earth, you can also get certain articles read to you and there are videos…. all FREE!
For as long as schools are closed students can instantly stream an incredible collection of Audible stories! All stories are FREE to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet. Check it out….. go to:
Click on the link below for a ton of fun for the family!
Check out these cool links!
San Diego Zoo: The San Diego Zoo has a special kids section filled with videos, activities and games. Check it out here.
Yellowstone National Park: You don’t have to wait for a trip out to Yellowstone to check out Mud Volcano, Mammoth Hot Springs, or Fort Yellowstone. You can take a virtual tour here.
Mars: Ever wanted to see Mars? Now you can explore the surface of Mars on the Curiosity Rover through a 360 digital view.
Virtual Farm Tour: Farm Food 360 offers 11 virtual tours from apple orchards to pig farms.
U.S. Space and Rocket Museum: Take a trip to Huntsville, AL and see the Saturn 5 Rocket and the U.S. Space and Rocket Museum in this YouTube video tour.
Discovery Education Virtual Field Trips: Discovery Education offers a number of virtual field trips, like exploring the Tundra and polar bears, learning about robotics and manufacturing, or blast off to the Johnson Space Center.
The Louvre: Take a trip to Paris, France and see all The Louvre has to offer.
The Great Wall of China: Head to the Great Wall of China and take a tour of China’s most famous attraction.
Boston Children’s Museum: Take a virtual tour through Google Maps of the Boston Children’s Museum and explore all 3 floors!
Watch this fun movement video!
This link is another free resource. Please have your child watch this video about germs as well as the BONUS about animal sneezes…. which is hilarious!
Go Noodle is a fun activity we do daily after lunch. I received an email that you can download it for free. It’s a safe site and it gets the children moving! You will need to download it at the App Store. Let me know if you have any issues with this site.
Do you like to draw? This YouTube channel offers daily drawing lessons. Check it out!