Volume 33

August 17, 2021

How to Beat the Heat!
As is gets hotter here in our area, Here is a few ways to beat the heat. And if it is still too hot for you and your family at the bottom there is a link for cooling stations offered by king County.
– Please make sure that your family is drinking plenty of water.
– Making popsicles out of juice is another way to get more hydration in to your children.
– Also try taking a picnic to a nice shady spot at your favorite park. This will also be a great way to stay cool and not use the kitchen that can make your house warmer.
And if none you still need a space to cool down here is a link to the Cooling shelters in the King county area. https://kcemergency.com/2021/08/11/cooling-centers-in-king-county-2/

Online Classroom Link And Updates
Here is the link to the online Classroom.
Password will be in the weekly email.

Important Dates:
Teacher Mareah Day off– August 13th
Teacher Mareah Vacation– August– 23rd-26th
In Person classes Begin- September 20(More information to come)

Ms. Mareah Videos!
I am reading “123 Peas”
https://vimeo.com/575445794 Password sent in email

Math / Science

Activity: Pattern Collage

Follow the steps on the link and see what patterns your child can make.



Language / Literacy

Books: Reading Practice

Read your child favorite book them them and try to see if they can tell it back to you.

Class code: rpz9800


Art / Writing

Activity: Name writing practice

Use ice to have your child draw their name on paper or side walk. You can also add food color


Problem Solving

Game: Treehouse Trouble

This is on online that you child need to help fix the tree house.


Social Emotional

Game: Neighbor Day

This is a game helps your child learn empathy by helping neighbors


Movement / Play

Activity: Ice Sensory bin

Fill a large pot with cool water and ice and add some tub toy soap food coloring