There are many different wonders found in nature. Have your students play Outdoor Explorer Bingo to see what they can find outside!
You will observe how the Moon appears in the sky when viewed on different days. The animated interactive storybook is used to give you an opportunity to interact with a character-guided observational experience of the Moon as you observe, analyze, and describe the Moon’s appearance in the sky.
(Gr K - 2)
DONKEY HODIE ACTIVITIES AND GAMES
Donkey Hodie is serving frozen yogurt treats to her pals, and she needs help! In this game, children follow steps to complete customers’ orders. As they play, children practice following a plan and are encouraged to be persistent if things don’t go quite as planned. In the classroom, teachers and students can discuss following a plan, listening and trying again after making a mistake.
Donkey Hodie and her pal, Purple Panda, had fun plans for their time at Camp Buddy Buddy. Then the wind came and interrupted their plans! The pals decide they can change the plan.
Purple Panda faces his fears with the support of his best pal, Donkey Hodie. Like many young children often do, Purple Panda experiences fear and anxiety when he feels alone while trying something new. Having a photo nearby can remind young children that even when they can’t see special grownups during school, they are always cheering them on.
In the game, Molly, her friend Trini, and Trini's dad use an informational book and its features, such as the table of contents, labeled diagrams, and pictures with captions, in order to find out how to "catch" salmon with a traditional Alaska Native fish wheel or a canoe, rod, and reel. Narrated by Molly, the game is accessible for readers and nonreaders alike.
The Odd Squad agents have been turned into puppies! In this game, use specific puppy toys to move a given number of puppies through a series of obstacles to turn the puppies back into agents.
(Gr K - 3)