Volume 32

July 12, 2021

Hello Parents,

“Let’s Get Together” Parent Meeting:  Tuesday’s parent meeting was a lot of fun!  We learned some games that you can play at home with your child that help grow the brain’s executive functioning.  So cool!  Let me know if you weren’t at the meeting and would like us to review it at the next parent meeting, which will be later this month.

Take Care,

Teacher Laura

WEEK: July 5, 2021

THEME:  Summer Fun: Camping


COLOR:  Orange


Language / Literacy

30 minutes

Click the link to read this book and see all the adventures Mr. Magee has while camping!

A Camping Spree with Mr. Magee by Chris Van Dusen



Have you ever seen a campfire?  To make the fire burn, you have to put a Log on it.  When the fire burns it makes Light.  Let’s practice writing the letter L.

Watch this video to learn how to make the letter Ll.      

You will need:

  • Paper
  • Pencil or marker

Art / Writing

30 minutes


  IT                                A TREEHOUSE! 

Camping is kind of like living outside for a day or two. Another way to play living outside is in a treehouse, which is a house ….in a tree!    Click on this link to learn how to draw a treehouse!   You will need:

  • Paper
  • Crayons or markers (yellow. red, brown, blue, green, black)

Problem Solving

15 minutes

Play “Simon Says”!  (a game to build listening skills)

The leader, “Simon”, stands in front and gives a direction to do something. Everyone listens closely and ONLY DOES WHAT SIMON SAYS TO DO IF HE FIRST SAYS THE WORDS   “SIMON SAYS”

If the leader says “CLAP YOUR HANDS” ….don’t do it!

If the leader says “SIMON SAYS CLAP YOUR HANDS”….then clap your hands!

Take turns being the leader and listen carefully!

Social Emotional

15 minutes

What is your favorite thing to do with your family? How does it make you feel when you are having fun with your family?   Draw a picture of you and your family doing your favorite summer activity, and don’t forget to draw the faces that show how the family members feel!

Movement / Play

30 minutes


Parents write the alphabet on 26 different pieces of paper or sticky notes, one letter on each piece of paper.   Hide them high and low all over the house or yard.  Help your child find them and put them in order!