Posted by LaurieMcCarty in Articles on Fri, Jun 29, 2012
Well, we have jumped full on into the summer swing, heat and all. If you haven’t started yet with your summer learning plans, now is a good time to start. The kids (and you) have had a few weeks to adjust to everyone being home and they’ve gotten over that initial excitement of summer vacation. In fact, you may already be hearing the classic, “Mom, I’m bored.” The next time you hear that phrase, be prepared with some fun learning games and activities to keep them occupied.
This week we are going to the Zoo! I’ve included lots of worksheets, books, and activities to incorporate with our trip but for these 100 degree days we’ve having, you can you can easily follow along without ever leaving the house.
To make things a bit easier I’ve also changed the format this week. Within the lesson plan, anything you see in blue is a link to the actual worksheet or activity that goes with it so you can view and print them all as you go along.
Here is Week Two of my Lesson Plan:
All available weeks:
Picks of the Week Know It With the kids gearing up to head back to school in the next few weeks, it was time to wrap up Laurie’s Lesson Plans. She put together one final week of summer learning designed to help transition your kids back into the school-day routine....
About Laurie McCarty
Laurie is a Kindergarten teacher in Montgomery County, Maryland as well as a single mom to a 4 year old son. She has a BS in Early Childhood/Elementary Education from Frostburg University and a MS in Curriculum and Instruction from Hood College.