Thursday, June 24, 2021

Animal Safari Hunt - An End of Year Activity

Are you looking for ways to keep your class engaged and focused before the end of the school year? You can use this safari around the school yard or even inside the classroom on a rainy day. In celebration of the end of a yearlong school adventure, this animal safari activity can be used as a culmination of fun activities where the students are given clues and riddles about animals they need to hunt.

Based on the descriptions and behaviors, the students will be able to identify the animals. This fun, end of year activity is comprised of following directions, working together, map skills, and the use of the compass (optional)! A parent letter, task cards, safari lunch menu, and editable version is also included. For more activities, see preview! I hope you enjoy these activities!


Monday, June 21, 2021

Summer Reading

Whether school is in session or not – one of the most important activities you as a parent want to make sure your child does EVERY single day of summer break is to READ!!! Reading can brighten the minds of our students in all seasons. It is so critical for kids to retain the learning from their previous school year and don’t risk of falling behind.  So, parents, and kids can avoid this by making sure everyone takes the time to read! 

I hope these books for June can energize students to get out, to get active, and to discover the world around them through play, imagination, and adventure. Happy Reading!

Saturday, June 12, 2021

2021 Flag Day!

Flag Day is a day set aside to teach and remember the history and these customs and traditions.
In June we celebrate the anniversary of our flag. Many Americans celebrate Flag Day by displaying the flag in front of homes and businesses. The day commemorates the adoption of the Stars and Stripes as the official flag of the United States. It is celebrated on June 14 when it  commemorated the adoption of the flag on June 14, 1777, by the Second Continental Congress! 

 While there are many customs and traditions surrounding the American Flag, we have to be responsible citizens and be knowledgeable of the flag etiquette.

When the American flag is flown at night it must be illuminated. It should never be flown in bad weather. Did you know it can only be flown upside down to signal distress? It must be raised quickly and lowered slowly, AND no other flag can be placed above it. The flag should be flown during school days and it’s not true that the flag must be burned if it touches the ground. However, the flag must be burned if it’s damaged and is no longer suitable for flying.
So Let it forever fly over the land of the free and the home of the brave.


Tuesday, June 1, 2021

2021 June Products!

Are you ready for June?  Some of you are off for the summer break and others are still in school.  Here are some  kindergarten activities and  booklets to fill your last month of school!  You’ll find booklets to be used for read-aloud and some fun summer activities! Don’t forget Father’s Day either!

All products can be found here: