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Theme for the Month: Ocean

1.Students will learn that rocks break down overtime to make sand.

2.Students will describe what they see when they look at the sand.

3.Students will explore what they see using the magnifying glass.

4.Students will observe the sand and dirt around their environment or when they go to the beach.

July 6-10,2020


Objective: Encourage creative and logical processes through science, technology, engineering, arts and math

How To Make Kinetic Sand

Suggested video:  https://youtu.be/XbBHFlaKQDQ

Material : Sand, Ariel, Water color, Clear glue



Objective: Expand vocabulary and develop reading comprehension while increasing attention span


1.Please sign up for Get Epic to see the assigned books.

2.Before reading the story, explain the difference between fiction and non-fiction

3.Read the title and say it is the title of the book/story. Ask your child what the story could be based on the title.

4.Some books have a list of vocabulary your child will learn in the book/story on the first page.  Please go over each word/phrase with your child by asking what they think it means and either explain the correct meaning or add on to their description.

5.Read the story to your child and stop when your child has questions or makes a connection with the story to his/her past experiences.

6.Continue your discussion with your child by asking the questions at the end of the story (if it has) or ask the questions below.

7.When you are finished reading, encourage your child to illustrate their favorite part of the story and write one or two sentences [Writing journal]


Materials: Mole goes to the Beach



Materials:  [1] Exploring the Beach  [2] Kat Goes


Materials: Lucy the Dinosaur


Materials: Exploring the Beach

July 13-17,2020



Materials: What is an ocean ?


Materials: This is the sea that feeds us


Materials: When I go to the beach



[a] Hide  [b] Watch for Whale



Objective :

Students will learn that the principle behind  “ocean” is that because oil and water do not mix, the movement of the two separate liquids within the bottle gives the illusion of waves. Try different colors and make a rainbow of oceans!

OCEAN IN THE BOTTLE/ ocean snow globe

Your child will make waves with this fun and easy art project BY LEAP FROG

You’ll Need

  • One- or two-liter plastic bottle with cap
  • Baby oil or cooking oil
  • water
  • Food coloring
  • Funnel
  • Duct tape or a hot glue gun
  • Pptional ingredients: glitter, sand, small toys that can fit the bottle opening

Create an ocean snow globe with your child by following the instructions below:

  1. Fill the plastic bottle one-third to one-half full with water.
  2. Add drops of food coloring to the water until you reach a desired color. A combination of blue and green make the traditional color of the sea. However, your child might want to make a red, orange, or even hot pink “ocean.” Use this time to discuss colors and what happens when different colors are mixed (yellow + red = orange, blue + red = purple, yellow + blue = green).
  3. If you have any extra colorful items (glitter, marbles, buttons, plastic figures), add them to the colored water.
  1. Using a funnel to prevent a mess, fill the remainder of the bottle with oil, leaving a couple of inches at the top. This is necessary to simulate the rolling of waves.
  2. Screw the lid on tightly and secure it with heavy duct tape or glue.
  3. Turn the bottle over and watch what happens!

Suggested video : Ocean in a Bottle


Public Speaking

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