Before 9 a.m. Wake Up & Breakfast   9-10 a.m. Morning Physical Activity

Take a walk - Remember to practice social distancing; 

Have a dance party in your kitchen;

Make a backyard or indoor Scavenger Hunt;

Get moving with these YouTube options:
-Family Cardio; Cosmic Kids Yoga; Air Cycling; or Go Noodle for Families.

10-11 a.m. Academic Time:
Social Studies
Science See below for activities by content area. 11-12 p.m. Creative Time

Play music;

Cook;

Draw and write with authors/illustrators:
 -Jarrett Lerner
-Debbie Ridpath Ohi

Post daily creative challenges on Twitter;
Art Prompts:
-7 Daily Drawing Prompts; 100 Sketchbook Prompts; or Origami.

12-12:30 p.m. Lunch   12:30-1 p.m. Clean Up Clean your room, help around the house, etc. 1-2:30 p.m. Quiet Time Check out these resources for quiet time:
-Calm
-Live Animal Cameras
-Sunday Morning Moment in Nature Playlist
-Mindfulness Activities for Families
-https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/mo-willems/ 2:30-4 p.m. Academic Time:
English
Mathematics See below for activities by content area. 4-5 p.m. Fresh Air Take a walk, ride your bike, play outside with siblings - Remember to practice social distancing. 5 p.m.-bedtime Connect with others

Eat dinner with family;

Connect with friends and family virtually;

Rest;

Get plenty of sleep.

 

Optional Academic Activities by Content Area

Academic Area Activity English

Journal your experiences of what is going on during your time at home. Here are Journal prompts;

Read a book and make a short video about it;

Visit Storyline Online and enjoy a wonderful book read aloud by a member of the Screen Actors Guild;

Listen to these authors sharing picture books and excerpts compiled by author Kate Messner;

Brush up on your grammar skills: Khan Academy Grammar;

Create your own comic strips or graphic novels;

Explore these digital resources to build your English language skills:
Breaking News English/
Talk English
Hello World
ESL Vocabulary Quizzes.

Mathematics

Need a free calculator? Don’t forget Desmos  and Texas Instruments have a free desktop version and app!

Review math concepts from earlier in the year using Khan Academy;

Problem solve different mathematical areas through Open Middle;

Explore a variety of mathematical concepts through interactive simulations and games on PHET Interactive Simulations!

Science

Explore and create on Google Earth and Google My Maps

Take a virtual field trip:
Discovery Education Field Trips (can filter by content)
More Virtual Field Trips

Explore a variety of scientific topics:
PHET Simulations (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Science)
Engaging science content youtube videos
Interactive Periodic Table.

Social Studies

Take a virtual field trip:
Go on a Virtual Museum Tour
Discovery Education Field Trips (can filter by content);

Learn about the history and the meaning of the U.S. Constitution through the Constitution Center’s interactive activities;

 Explore different aspects of civics through games on iCivics.