Friday, December 11, 2020


Here's an idea that you can make to share with your families for activities that they can do over winter break - or any time. 

Let children decorate a plastic up with markers and stickers. Punch holes and add a pipe cleaner handle.

Choose appropriate activities from the list below. Cut the these into strips and place them in the bucket. Encourage the parents to let their children select strips and do the activities.

Read a story with your parents. Tell what happened at the beginning, middle, and end of the story. What do you think will happen next?

Play a rhyming game. How many words can you think of that rhyme with "can"? "Pot"?
"Book"? "Coat"? "Sheep"? "Like"?

Count as high as you can. Can you count by 2's, 5's, and 1O's?

Ask your parents to teach you a song they learned when they were your age.

Look in your kitchen pantry. How many labels can you read?

How many ways can you move? Can you hop, skip, jump, gallop, tiptoe, walk

Can you draw a circle, oval, square, rectangle, and triangle? What other shapes can
you draw?

Write a special letter to someone in your house.

Look at some of your baby pictures. How have you changed?

Find something that begins with these letters: B, H, S, M, L,

Draw a picture of your neighborhood.

Make a list of 5 things that are non-living. Make a list of 5 things that are living.

Do a job around the house.

Write your name on a piece of paper - first, middle, and last. What are your initials?

Here’s a link where you can download more ideas: