Message from your teacher!
I hope you are enjoying our late summer weather!
At Neighborhood House we appreciate your patience as we continue to prepare for the new school year 2021 – 2022. Our priority is ensuring the best way to open the doors safely. We will continue talking with you every week and hope you will share any concerns. Please look for these weekly Learning Resources for school updates, community resources, and helpful activities. There are many activities to do at home and for your child to do alone. Always feel free to contact me with questions or concerns 206-771 6801
There are several options to find vaccine appointments. Vaccination is free and available regardless of insurance, citizenship, or immigration status.
- King County Community Vaccination Event Calendar
PHSKC now has a google calendar to amplify opportunities for community members to get vaccinated at events closer to home.
- King County Library System Vaccine Events
King County library branches across the county are holding vaccination events in collaboration with Public Health and other community partners. Vaccinations are free for eligible community members ages 12 and older. On-site interpreter services are available. Vaccines are available regardless of insurance, citizenship or immigration status. Not sure if you’re ready to get vaccinated? Medical staff will provide information and answer questions on-site. Walk-ups welcome. Registration not required.
- Shoreline: September 8th from 2:00-7:00
- Skyway: August 23rd and September 13th from 2:00-5:00
- Renton: August 24th and September 14th from 5:00-8:00
- Kent: August 24th and September 14th from 1:00-6:00
- Auburn: September 7th from 1:00-6:00
- Tukwila: August 30th and September 20th from 11:00-4:00
- White Center: August 25th and September 22nd from 1:00-6:00
- Federal Way 320th: September 7th and September 28th from 2:00-7:00
- Enumclaw: August 26th and September 16th from 1:00-6:00
Movement / Play
A Fun way to be courageous is trying to balance in different ways. If you need an adult to hold one hand at first that is okay. Then try to balance without holding on. Try again on a line of tape or a line drawn with chalk. Add Bean bags, soft objects, or books to balance on your head. Walk sideways. Have fun and keep trying.
Math / Science
Shape scavenger hunt.
Find as many shapes as you can around your yard or out on a walk.
There are many ways to have a shape scavenger hunt.
- Set up challenges. Find 3 squares, 5 circles, 2 triangles, etc.
- Find three-dimensional shapes: spheres, cubes, pyramids, etc.
- Bring a notebook and sketch each of the different shapes you find.
- For younger kids, you can concentrate on just one shape. Have them find as many circles as they can.