Writing Prompt: Write a “how to” paper today. Explain to someone how to do something: Make a pizza, PB&J, ride a bike, anything. Pretend you are explaining to a person that has never done it before.
Art: Make a self portrait. Draw you doing your favorite things.
Fun and games: Play your favorite card game. Make a family tournament.
Science: Chose your favorite animal. Find the answers to these questions:
Where does your animal live (habitat)? What do they eat? What kind of animal is it (mammal, bird, reptile)? Can this animal be a pet? What are some challenges this animal faces?
Writing post: Write a letter or email to your teacher. Let him/her know how much you miss them.
Art: paint a picture of your favorite thing (your pet, a sport, your musical instrument)
Music: Do some Karaoke! You can find some great karaoke on YouTube
Exercise: Take your dog for a walk….no dog, take yourself for a walk.
Make a baked treat for someone you love! Share them after dinner tonight.
Sorry! Yesterday’s activities were in my drafts…..I am just adding today to yesterday and have learned how to schedule posts.
Writing Prompt: Write a story from the perspective of a dog.
Math: 15-20 minutes of Khan Academy or math worksheets
Exercise: Shoot baskets for 20 minutes or dribble around your driveway
Art: Cut pictures out of magazines or catalogs and make a collage. (Your favorite foods, things, animals)
Writing Prompt: Write a story that takes place on a train.
Math/Art: Make homemade playdough (big kids like this too!) Measure and mix. Double the recipe and practice your fractions math.
Exercise: Pick up sticks in your yard….not exercise? It sure is and you are helping get work done too!
Writing Prompt: Write a letter or make a card for someone and send it to them in the mail. Grandparents LOVE to get things in the mail.
Math: Do a page of math problems, 15 minutes on Khan Academy, or problems in a packet/workbook you have a home.
Building/creating: Make a lego structure, a block tower, or some other creation with building blocks.
Exercise: Run a race. Run to the end of your driveway, to your outdoor play structure, or to the mailbox. Time yourself and see if you can improve your time.
Cooking class: We have been watching this kid cooking class at our house. Make lunch (or dinner) after watching it!
Writing Prompt: Imagine you are traveling to space and can take one suit case. What do you pack and why?
Exercise: Take a 30 minute walk.
Reading: Read (or be read to) for 15-20 minutes
Drawing: Draw a picture of your pet (or favorite animal)