For each letter of the alphabet, either practice writing the letter out, or if want something more difficult, write as many words as you can think of that start with that letter!
Art activity - How I Feel
Create a record of how you are feeling. You can draw small images of how you are feeling every day for a week or two (and label each image with the date), or do one large drawing of how you are feeling right now.
Colours Word Search
Colour in the words when you find them, with the colour that they are. Can you find all of the words?
Personal Puzzle Activity
Draw your own picture on the paper, over the outline of the puzzle. Then, cut out along the lines, and you have your own personal puzzle!
Word of the day!
Pick a word of the day for the next two weeks. It can be a new word you did not already know, a word you really like, or a word you read in a book that day.
Writing activity - A muted movie
Let your child(ren) watch a one-minute scene of dialogue from a movie of television show, while the TV is on mute. Using their imagination, children will write what they think the characters are saying and what the situation is.
Adding Sums Game
Add up the sum of your dice. Whoever’s sum is higher is the winner of that round. Play 3 or 5 rounds. Whoever wins the most rounds wins the game.
Dizzy Differences Subtraction Game
The goal of this game is to see how quickly you can find the difference of 2 dice. To find the difference, subtract the lower number from the higher number.
Geometry and Shapes Activity
Help your child identify shape names and characteristics with the many surfaces and solid figures that he or she sees every day.
Math Path Game
Roll the dice and move along the math path using addition and counting skills in this fun game for multiple players
Math meets movement with this fun game from poolnoodlesandpixiedust.com.
Estimating is a skill that comes with practice. The best way to build estimating abilities is to follow the simple, “guess, and then do!”
Pirates Watch Math - Gr. K-3
Have some fun with this game that uses addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to beat out the clock!
How can hands and feet be used to make sound patterns? In what ways do authors use patterns in songs and stories? What different types of shape patterns are there at home or in your neighbourhood?