Join Miss Jessica in singing a classic nursery rhyme! Today we’re singing Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.
NASA has shared STEM activities for children from Kindergarten up to Grade 8. Try making a NASA-inspired straw rocket with Miss Jessica, and then check out the other activities on the NASA website! You can also share your scientific inquiries with Miss Jessica by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Miss Marianna as she shares “Adventure of Frank and Mustard: Stuck in the Mud” by Simon Calcavecchia, illustrated by Arturo Alvarez, and published by Book Publishers Network. This story encourages perseverance and kindness! Create your own super sweet ice cream cone of kindness!
Curl up for a story with Miss Amy! Today we’re reading “Chicka Chicka Boom Boom” by Bill Martin, Jr. and John Archambault (illustrations by Lois Ehlert and published by Scholastic). This is a great story for practicing your alphabet. After the story, cut out the first letter of your name and decorate it with pictures of your favourite things! Share your craft with us!
eBook: French Exit
Odd, cringe-worthy, and definitely funny, Patrick deWitt’s ‘French Exit’ paints a portrait of extreme familial dysfunction with an entertaining cast including an eccentric and scandalous matriarch, her son, who is stuck in a perpetual state of adolescence, and a cat who may be the reincarnation of her dead husband. Light in tone with dark subject matter, ‘French Exit’ is a poignant tale full of laughs.
Grab a scarf, towel, or sweater and sing along to this Scarf Song with Miss Stephanie!
Stop Motion Animation is a fun and easy way to make a movie! Grab some props, design your setting, and take pictures with every move you make! Create your own movies with Stop Motion Studio and check out their website for more project ideas. And don’t forget to tell Miss Amy about your project by emailing her at email@example.com.