Volume 29

June 21, 2021

Tips for a Healthy Summer

Follow these tips to help prevent chronic disease and have a #HealthySummer.

1. Move More, Sit Less!

2. Wear Sunscreen & Insects Repellent

3. Keep cool in Extreme Heat

4. Eat a Healthy Diet

5. Rethink your Drink

6. Don’t Use Tobacco


Graduation and Moving Up Ceremony will be June 28 & 29, 2021.

Please refer to your assigned schedule. Thank You.

Movement / Play


Toddlers Corner


Fill an ice tray with water and color the water with food coloring. Put them in the freezer and after 20 minutes, stick toothpicks or rounded Popsicle sticks into them. Let them freeze until solid. Then you pop them out of the try and have your toddler paint with them. It will look like watercolors on the paper.


All you need is flour, water, and food coloring to make this!



  1. Pour 1 cup of cold water and 1 cup of flour into a pan.
  2. Gradually add 3 cups of boiling water to the mix. Stir over heat until it boils.
  3. Take off the heat and let it cool.
  4. Then divide the mixture into bowls and add food coloring.
  5. Store in airtight container.

Tip: This does not last long, it will mold after a week.

Language / Literacy

60 minutes


By: Rock ‘N Learn

Jill and Joey are so excited about starting kindergarten! Your kids will get excited too, as they learn essential skills through fun songs, animated characters, and video clips of real children.

My Day | Daily Routine

English Vocabulary


Author: D.J. Steinberg

Illustrator: Mark Chambers

For all kids, Kindergarten is a major rite of passage.

This is about first day jitters, the joy of owning a lunch box, the excitement of a class trip, and more.

This cover the milestones of the school year right up to Graduation Day.

Math / Science

60 minutes

Let’s count to 100 | Super Simple Song

Help Organized Pantry

Help mom and siblings organized the pantry and count how many in every items you have.

Record your answer in a paper and show to mom for a grocery-shopping guide.

This activity help the kids review in Math with counting, classifying by shape, color, or size. Review color, shape, size, etc.

# End of school year Math Review


Have Fun and Celebrate Your

Graduation Party in your Yard!

Making Giant Bubbles


6 cups of distilled water

1/2 cup of dishwashing liquid

1/2 cup of cornstarch

1 tablespoon of baking powder

1 tablespoon of glycerin

Dissolve the cornstarch in water, and stir in the other ingredients. Stir the mixture well, but try not to create foam. Let the solution sit for about one hour. Meanwhile, make a bubble-blowing frame out of any materials to dip into the soap solution. Enjoy!

Art / Writing

60 minutes

Celebrate a Great School Year | Jack Hartmann


How to make Graduation Cap

Materials: black paper, stapler, glue, and tassel.

Cut square top and make a circle bottom, using stapler and glue put them together and add tassel. Decorate your graduation Cap.

Problem Solving

60 minutes


I see 9 flowers in my garden.

The 1st flower is red.

The 2nd flower is blue.

The 3rd flower is purple.

If this pattern continues, what is the 10th flower?

Show your thinking by drawing the flower and color in correct order to answer the question.

Parents read the problem to your child or if your child is a reader encourage your child to read the problem itself.

Social Emotional

60 minutes

Oh, the Places you’ll Go!

By: PBS Kids

Written by:  Dr. Seuss

Illustrated by: Dr. Suess

Read by: Michelle Obama

This is the book about you and how you have the power to do and become anything you want if only you keep trying.


Ask your child how they feel because it is summer and the Graduation is coming.

After listening to the story:

Ask your child what they want to be when they grow up.

Ask your child to create an air balloon and write “I am going to be a…..”

Movement / Play

Summer Fun Ideas for Kids and Whole Family

Build an obstacle course in the backyard. Pretend to be America Ninja Warriors and see how quickly you can each get through the course.

Go fishing. In many states, kids can drop a line in without a license.

Hold a hula-hoop contest. See which family member can hula the longest.

Play miniature golf. Go to a local course or build your own course on the driveway.

Take bike rides for fun. Either leave from your own house or drive to biking trails.

Play balloon tennis. Gather a balloon, paper plates, and painting sticks and you are all set. Attach the sticks to the paper plates to make the paddles and use the balloon as the ball. This is a great activity for indoor or outdoor play.

Run in the yard. Play kickball, Frisbee, tag, and other outdoor games. You could even create your own summer Olympics.