SPRING: (noun) Move forward by leaps and bounds
We are excited to spring into a week filled with fun!
Cut four slices of cucumbers for wheels. Take a piece of string cheese and horizontally insert two toothpicks into each end. Slide the cucumber slices on the toothpicks for the wheels. Make a small hole in the top of the string cheese at one end and insert a pretzel stick into it. Use cream cheese to attach a second pretzel stick horizontally for the handlebars.
Writer: Kids who enjoy reading and writing stories may dream of becoming writers. Not all writers publish novels, however. Some authors write content for magazines, movie scripts, songs, advertisements, or online publications. Many writers work full time, but some are self-employed, so they might work part-time or have very flexible schedules.
The Breakfast Scramble
If you love puzzles, this challenge is for you! All you need is the front part of a cereal box. Cut the box into 20 equal squares.
How to win: Get your timer ready. You have one minute to put the cereal box back together in the correct pattern!
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For grades K-8th, the Readiness Check helps you and your child focus on key skills. It is like a game but shows your child’s progress with key math and reading skills, and connects you to videos, activities, and more to support learning at home and on your phone.
Monday’s Virtual Field Trip – Boston Children’s Museum
This virtual field trip is pretty close to the real deal. Virtual visitors can “step” through the museum’s three levels and even walk through the queue, but you won’t find any lines here. They have also provided resources to play and learn at home while you can’t venture out to the museum.