Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Summer Skills Practice

The start of the  2020-2021 School year is just over a month away. As we enter the hottest months of the summer you might be looking for ways to stay busy, and perhaps ways to keep brains sharp. For this week’s blog we have assembled a few reminders and suggestions: 

Maintain a routine or schedule that works for your family including: 

  • Daily Prayer
  • Time to Read! 
  • When possible, time outside! 
  • A shared meal and/or family time! 

Additional skills practice ideas might include: 

  • Journaling
  • Crafting or artwork
  • Making music
  • Practicing Math Facts
    • Moby Max is available over the summer through ASA 
    • Contact Miss Giroux if you need login information

Some ideas for Summer STEM options could include: 

Some intentional social emotional practices could include:

If you would like to explore more social emotional learning activities that incorporate science, math, and social studies, the Committee for Children, the creators of the Second Step program used in the elementary school, is providing three weeks of free summer SEL camp! This is for ages 1-14. The link is:

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