“I never met a color I didn’t like.” – Dale Chihuly Color is everywhere! Can you guess the color for each of these riddles?
Go for a walk and look for letters of the alphabet all around you! For example, two branches on the ground might form the letter T. The goal is to find the letters without having to move items around to create the letter. Take a picture of each letter and upload below.
Do you love everything about stars, planets, comets and galaxies?Do you want to be an astronomer when you grow up?
Complete all 4 tasks to take the first steps in becoming an astronomer pro!
Read a book about California or one that takes place there and answer a trivia question.
Make your own adventures by checking things off your bucket list! Does your bucket list include visiting a museum, restaurant, or park? Or maybe visiting someplace new? Share the top five things on your bucket list that you hope to accomplish this summer below. Go forward and adventure!
Using the provided clue(s), guess the name of the fairy tale!
Find each of the following colors on a walk around your neighborhood. What kind of interesting things do you see? Mark each color off as you find them, don't forget to look high and low!
Investigative journalists dig deep to work to expose the world of crimes, corruption, and more. Use your investigative skills to determine whether these facts are true or false. Dig deep and see what you can uncover!
Get your little ones to expand their horizons. This can be accomplished by trying something new or seeing things in a different light. Teach your little ones that you don’t have to travel far to explore new things—wonderment can be found everywhere!
Earn an extra point and badge for reading a particular genre. View the lists below for some inspiration:
Books can take you around the world and back, even if you're only in your backyard! Show us all the fun and exciting places you read by taking a picture everywhere you take your book. Get out and read!
Take part in the Reading Challenge and read!
Read the short story below and answer the questions.Jack, Betty, and Matt love the fall season. They like jumping into the pile of leaves. Jack likes the pretty colors. Betty likes to make a big pile with the leaves. Matt likes to hide in the leaves.
March is Women's History Month! The month-long celebration of trailblazing women in history started as Women's History Week in March of 1980, centered around International Women's Day on March 8. As the National Women's History Project notes, 14 states had already declared March Women's History Month by 1986, and in 1987, Congress officially made it national. This month is a great time to explore the important contributions women have made to American society with your child. Here are some fun activities you can do together.
March is Women’s History Month, a time to celebrate women and their remarkable achievements. History is filled with inspirational stories of women in the arts, sciences, and sports, as well as women who have led countries, civil rights movements, and humanitarian efforts. Learn more about pioneering women with this online Women’s History Scavenger Hunt.
List of fun things to do with your child before they enter kindergarten.
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