Create a sculpture from nature (sticks, rocks, leaves)
Make a collage out of recycled paper (ads, magazines, flyers)
Create a picture using fabrics (blankets, shirts, towels, socks)
Trace a shadow drawing if it is sunny outside
Use items in your house to make a portrait (face)
Clap the beat of a fast song (Presto)
Clap the beat of a slow song (Largo)
Find something in the recycling bin you can use as an instrument and play along with a song
Pick a slow song and dance to it while keeping a tissue balanced on your head
Pick a fast song and jump up and down with the tempo
Go on a nature walk. What can you create with items you collect?
Use materials at home to design a kit. Does it fly?
Make something useful out of recyclable materials. (Ex: cereal box, toilet paper tube)
Build a boat out of tin foil. Put it in water and see how many coins it can hold.
Work on your code.org courses. (class codes in “Allendale’s Home Learning Folder”)
Choose a Kids Educational Games video to watch:
Brain Pop/Brain Pop Jr.
Get the Toontastic 3D app on your phone or tablet:
Make your own cartoon
Dance Mat Typing
Go to: https://askdruniverse.wsu.edu/
read ALL questions of the week, then ask your own
Create an indoor obstacle course (Be Safe)
Play outside for 30 minutes
Create your own dance routine
Play a tag game with your family outside
Practice your sit-ups and push-ups (do at least 15 of each)
"The arts are an essential element of education, just like reading, writing, and arithmetic…music, dance, painting, and theater are all keys that unlock profound human understanding and accomplishment." ~ William Bennett