Online Resources (covers multiple subjects)
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- Use Playdough to make words, letters, numbers
- Write in the dirt with a stick
- Write green and orange words or math equations or numbers on sticky notes or paper and spread them around the house or outside and have your child find them.
- Put the above items in Easter eggs and hide them.
- Measure how many steps it takes to get from one spot to the other, ie. the yard, patio, the kitchen, the bathroom, ect. Then compare it to another place
- Measure using objects (markers, crayons, blocks) how long the table is or how tall someone is
- How many times can you jump or jump rope
- How many hopes does it take to get from point a to point b
- Board games
- Card games
- Go on a letter hunt, how many items can you find that start with a letter or end with a letter or can you find something for each letter
- Paint with water or paint letters and numbers ‘
- Help cook dinner
- Put away dishes
- We used a sand pail and put a small cup in the pail so that the open part of the cup was against the bottom of the pail, then we filled it with mud. We dumped that out onto the ground, put some baking soda in, then poured some vinegar in.
- How it Works:
- A chemical reaction between vinegar and baking soda creates a gas called carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is the same type of gas used to make the carbonation in sodas. What happens if you shake up a soda? The gas gets very excited and tries to spread out. There is not enough room in the bottle for the gas to spread out so it leaves through the opening very quickly, causing an eruption!
- Extra Experiments:
- Does the amount of vinegar change the eruption?
- Does the amount of water change the eruption?
- Does the amount of baking soda change the eruption?
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Read Aloud Kindergarten
You Silly Goose
Mouse’s First Spring