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Activities

  • Help your child plan an activity to celebrate it with the entire family.
  • Make tonight a 'No TV' night with your family. Ask your child to help select games or stories and spend some quality time with them.
  • Help boost your child's self-esteem by taking pride in their achievements and accomplishments on a daily basis.
  • Put on a history play with your child. Help them learn about important events in world history or even your own family history.
  • Make learning to write letters and numbers fun for your child. Roll playdough or clay into long thin worms and ask them to create letters and numbers.
  • Ask your child to help make lunch, then ask them to pick a spot in the park so that you can share lunch together.
  • Take the family out to a water park. Help your child put on sunscreen and explain the importance of protecting their skin.
  • Go to the park and take a nature hike with your child. Ask them to point out different animals and what they need to survive (i.e. food, shelter etc.).
  • Prior to the first day of school each year, help your child make a 'countdown to school' calendar. Ask them to cross off each day at bedtime.
  • Encourage your child to make a 'to do' list. Help them make a list of things that they would like to accomplish, then check the items once completed.
  • To cool off on a hot day, visit a community pool with your child. 
  • Take your child shopping for school supplies. Ask them to brainstorm a list of things that they will need for school.
  • Help your child make a kite. They can decorate it themselves and fly it at the park.
  • Teach your child about recycling. Show them how to recycle items such as paper, glass, and aluminium.
  • Take your child to a petting zoo. Later, ask them to draw pictures of the animals that they saw.
  • Visit the library with your child often. Encourage them to borrow books about a different country to learn about the people, cultures, and customs of that country.
  • On a rainy day, set up a tent with your child in the living room. They can pretend to be a forest ranger.
  • Help your child practice their math skills by asking them to add up all the change in your pocket or purse.
  • Teach your child about the importance of preserving nature. Help them plant a tree in your yard and explain how littering harms the environment.
  • On a large piece of construction paper, help your child write their name vertically. Using each letter, help them write words that describe their personality.
  • Make car trips fun for your child. Play a game and ask them to point out license plates, billboards, and interesting road signs.
  • Tell your child that you love them today and every day.
  • Help your child create and design their own phone book . Make a list of their friends names, addresses, and phone numbers.
  • How much does your child know about their family history? On a map, trace where your family is from and help your child create a family tree.
  • Help your child write a letter to a grandparent or friend. Explain the importance of keeping in touch with loved ones.
  • To prepare for the first day of school each year, help your child get back in 'school mode'. Ask them to research a famous painter on the internet, then get out the paint and let them express themselves through art.
  • Teach your child about textures - ask them to find objects outdoors that are smooth, shiny, slimy, or round.
  • Suggest that your child write a poem for a friend, then have them mail it to their friend as a 'just because' gift.
  • Encourage your child to make journal entries and keep track of their experiences each school year.
  • Before school starts, host a back to school party for some of your child's friends.
  • Help your child prepare for school and talk to them about setting personal goals this year.

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Dismissal Bell 2:35 p.m.

 

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