Volume 14

April 7, 2021

Ms. Hanifa

High Point – Community Center
April 5-9, 2021


  1. Tools of the Mind link  to  Explore in Parent  and Child Center.
  2. Use this link to receive learning materials from the Library or you can use curbside pick option:
  3. Tax Assistance please use the following link
  4. REMINDER: Please remove any distractions (toys, TV, Distractions)
  5. REMINDER: Please have your child use the bathroom before class starts.
  6. All videos have a password please refer to the text message or email.

Challenge of the Week:

Brush your teeth every night before going to bed.(15 minutes/ daily)

Movement / Play

  1. Watch Jack Hartmans Count to 100 and Move (1-5 times a week for 15 minutes)

Language / Literacy

  1. Read Story Lab: What We Wear, (Active Listening), Tools of the Mind Portal Child section. Talk about clothes you wear that represents your culture. (1-3 times a week for 20 minutes)

2. Watch This is a read aloud video. I am Enough, is a book that reminds us that we are special in unique ways and to be kind to everyone around us. Talk about what makes you special.


Math / Science


  1. Do-It-Yourself Mathching Puzzle Activity

  1. Play I Have Who Has: Shapes (10 minutes 3 times a week)
    1. Review shapes and use the shapes in the tangram bucket to play along.


Art / Writing

  1. Practice using Graphics Practice strategies to draw pictures using the water paint kit. (sticks floating on water, dots that don’t touch, blades of grass, raindrops, lollipops and fishbones).
  2. Practice writing name. First, write their name and last name on a piece of paper. Then, have child practice writing name below.
    (Time 10 minutes/ daily)

Social Emotional

Watch this video Howard B Wiggle Bottom Lesson 10: Howard B Wiggle Learns about sportsmanship.

  1. Video:
  2. Ask:
    1. What does trust mean?
    2. What is the difference between a good friend and a bad friend?
    3. RULE: It’s always okay to say no.

Problem Solving

  1. Have child build problem solving skills completing 4 seasons puzzle Spring Edition.
    1. Alternatively, draw a picture of what a tree would look like in the Spring season, then rip it into 4-8 pieces. Next mix up the pieces. Now it is time to solve your puzzle.