Clubs@Home Program Activities, Week of July 20

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Clubs@Home Program Activities, Week of July 20

We are excited to re-open select Club locations and invite you to register now for summer programming. In lieu of providing the traditional Club member experience during our shutdown period, Boys & Girls Clubs staff compiled a multitude of fun and educational activities for members and their families to enjoy. We encourage you to enjoy these activities to ensure learning continues at home.

Looking for more activities? Be sure to visit our Member Resources page, as well as our Video Resources page.

  • Clubs@Home Activities (K-5)
    • Monday, July 20
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        For the Caregivers:
        Hello caregivers! This week we will be talking about goal setting and how it can help you and your kids make the most out of your time. To start things off, check out this link that gives you the top five reasons you should set goals. No matter how big or small, setting goals and writing them down makes us more likely to achieve them and this video will talk about the positive outcomes that come from goal setting.
      • 8:00 AM
        SEL Family Engagement: Practice goal-setting with this activity, called "Three Stars and a Wish"
      • 8:30 AM
        Brain Boost: The last Monday in May is Memorial Day! Who do you honor on Memorial Day?
      • 9:00 AM
        Let's Get Our Bodies Moving:
      • 10:00 AM
        Let's Read!
        ¡Vamos a Leer!
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        Kindergarten: Do you like butterflies? If so, I think you'll enjoy this story. After the story, draw a butterfly and color it in with your favorite colors.
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        Kindergarten: ¿Te gustan las mariposas? Si es así, creo que disfrutarás de este cuento. Después del cuento dibuja una mariposa y coloréala con tus colores favoritos.
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        Grades 1 & 2: In today's story there are two narrators or two people telling the story. Can you figure out who the two people are? How can you tell? Share with an adult or friend.
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        Grades 1 & 2: En el cuento de hoy, ¿qué problema tiene este cocodrilo? ¿Pudo resolver su problema?
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        Grades 3-5: The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane-Part Six

        Pretend that you are Edward and write in your journal which family you connect with the most so far and why.
      • 11:00 AM
        Journal Time
        Take a moment to Journal. All you will need is a piece of paper or a notebook & a pencil.
        If you were on a spaceship, what would you be most excited about seeing?
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        Tiempo Para Escribir Toma un momento para escribir un diario. Lo único que necesita es una hoja de papel o una libreta y un lápiz.
        Si estuvieras en una nave espacial, ¿Qué estarías más emocionado de ver?
      • 12:00 PM
        Lunch time! Take a break and eat a healthy lunch.
      • 1:00 PM
        STEM: Learn about forces in this interactive E-Book!
      • 2:00 PM
        Health & Wellness: What makes you special worksheet.
      • 3:00 PM
        Let's practice and play chess! For practice against the computer, click the 2nd link to the right. For more chess lessons, click THIS link.
      • 4:00 PM
        Let's Get Creative!
        Counting to 20
      • 5:00 PM
        Road Trip: Let's Take a Virtual Field Trip - Carlsbad Cavern
      • 6:00 PM
        Brain Break: Your brain deserves a break today after a day of learning!
        Power of Yet by Janelle Monae on Sesame Street
      • After Hours
        Spend some time as a family wrapping up the end of the day with some ideas for everyone to think about and discuss!
        What's your favorite movie? Why?
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        Terminen el día pasando tiempo como familia, pensando y discutiendo algunas ideas.
        ¿Cuál es tu película favorita? ¿Por qué?
    • Tuesday, July 21
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        For the Caregiver:
        Now that we understand why setting goals is important, let’s talk about a popular method for setting goals called SMART goals. This short article talks about what a SMART Goal is and provides examples of SMART Goals that you can use to create your own. SMART Goals will help you plan out and track the goals that you have set and the progress you have made towards completing them.
      • 8:00 AM
        SEL Family Engagement: Let's continue our goal-setting theme from yesterday! Today's activity is called "Ask Fun Questions".
      • 8:30 AM
        Brain Boost: The last Monday in May is Memorial Day! Who do you honor on Memorial Day?
      • 9:00 AM
        Let's Get Our Bodies Moving:
      • 10:00 AM
        Let's Read!
        ¡Vamos a Leer!
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        Kindergarten: Here is another story about butterflies. As you read, try to remember all the stages in the life cycle of a butterfly and draw them out.
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        Kindergarten: Aquí otra historia sobre las mariposas. Mientras lees, trata de acordarte de cada etapa del ciclo de vida de las mariposas y luego dibuja cada etapa.
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        Grades 1 & 2: In today's story, the main character is Mr. Hatch and he changes. Can you look for two details in this story that prove to you that he changed? If you can find two, share them with someone else.
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        Grades 1 & 2: En el cuento de hoy, el personaje principal se llama Emilia y ella cambia. Encuentra uno o dos detalles que comprueben su cambio. Si encuentras detalles, compártelo con alguien.
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        Grades 3-5: The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane-Part Seven

        Pretend that you are Edward and write about the following question in your journal: If you could have done one thing differently on your journey, what would it have been and why?
      • 11:00 AM
        Journal Time
        Take a moment to Journal. All you will need is a piece of paper or a notebook & a pencil.
        Do you have any pets at home? Write an essay about how you take care of your pets. If you do not have a pet, what type of pet might you like?
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        Tiempo Para Escribir Toma un momento para escribir un diario. Lo único que necesita es una hoja de papel o una libreta y un lápiz.¿Tienes alguna mascota
        en casa? Escribe sobre como cuidas de tu mascota. Si no tienes mascota, ¿qué tipo de mascota te gustaría tener?
      • 12:00 PM
        Lunch time! Take a break and eat a healthy lunch.
      • 1:00 PM
        STEM: Have an adult help you do this simple demonstration to learn about the sun, moon, and eclipses!
      • 2:00 PM
        Health & Wellness: A game to boost your child's self-esteem: Catch the Compliment
      • 3:00 PM
        Let's practice and play chess! For practice against the computer, click the 2nd link to the right. For more chess lessons, click THIS link.
      • 4:00 PM
        Let's Get Creative! Moving line design
      • 5:00 PM
        Road Trip: Let's Take a Virtual Field Trip - Rijksmuseum
      • 6:00 PM
        Brain Break: Your brain deserves a break today after a day of learning!
        The Script- Hall of Fame
      • After Hours
        Spend some time as a family wrapping up the end of the day with some ideas for everyone to think about and discuss!
        If we could go anywhere on vacation, where would you choose? Why?
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        Terminen el día pasando tiempo como familia, pensando y discutiendo algunas ideas.
        Si pudiéramos ir a donde sea de vacaciones, ¿a dónde escogerías? ¿Por qué?
    • Wednesday, July 22
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        For the Cargiver:
        I hope that by now you may have started to think about setting some new goals for yourself or your families, but how can you help your kids set goals? Setting goals helps youth and teens develop early on in their lives that can help them be more likely to achieve their goals in the future. Check out this link that will give you seven tips for teaching your kids goal setting and what to do if your kids fall short of your goals.
      • 8:00 AM
        SEL Moment:
        Hey Kids! We all know that being stuck at home can get very boring! Check out this video created by kids talking about how they feel being stuck at home during the coronavirus. It's nice to know that you are not the only one possibly having a hard time adjusting to the coronavirus
      • 8:30 AM
        Brain Boost: What's the state bird of Wisconsin?
      • 9:00 AM
        Let's Get Our Bodies Moving:
      • 10:00 AM
        Let's Read!
        ¡Vamos a Leer!

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        Kindergarten: Do you like frogs? If you do, then this book is for you. After the story, try to remember 3 new things that you have learned.
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        Kindergarten: ¿Te gustan las ranas? Si es así, este cuento es para tí. Después del cuento, trata de acordarte de 3 datos nuevos que aprendiste.
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        Grades 1 & 2: Today's story is about Sophie, and good readers like yourself can describe a character's personality with words called "character traits". You can do a quick Google search for a long list of character traits. As you listen to today's story, try to find the perfect word to describe Sophie.
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        Grades 1 & 2: El cuento de hoy es sobre Sofia. Los buenos lectores como tú pueden describir la personalidad de un personaje con palabras que se le llaman "rasgos de personaje." Puedes hacer una búsqueda rápida en Google para una lista larga de rasgos de personaje. Mientras escuchas el cuento, trata de encontrar la palabra perfecta para describir a Sofia.
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        The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane-Part Eight

        Edward thought often of the stars and night sky Grades 3-5: along his journey- he even named the stars after people that he loved. Create your own acrostic poem about the night sky, the stars, and what they mean to you. If you don't know what an acrostic poem is, do a quick Google search for an example. You need to start each line with a different letter. In this case, use the word STARS. The first line of your poem should start with an S and the second line should start with an A and so on. Have fun!

      • 11:00 AM
        Journal Time
        Take a moment to Journal. All you will need is a piece of paper or a notebook & a pencil.
        Imagine you are opening a store that only sells items which are blue. What types of items do you sell?
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        Tiempo Para Escribir Toma un momento para escribir un diario. Lo único que necesita es una hoja de papel o una libreta y un lápiz.Imagina que vas a abrir una t
        ienda que solo vende artículos de color azul. ¿Qué tipo de artículos venderías?
      • 12:00 PM
        Lunch time! Take a break and eat a healthy lunch.
      • 1:00 PM
        STEM: Fool your senses with this candy taste test that you can do at home.
      • 2:00 PM
        Health & Wellness: Workout Wednesday - Cardio
      • 3:00 PM
        Let's practice and play chess! For practice against the computer, click the 2nd link to the right. For more chess lessons, click THIS link.
      • 4:00 PM
        Let's Get Creative! Too Many Pennies
      • 5:00 PM
        Road Trip: Let's Take a Virtual Field Trip - Pergamon Museum
      • 6:00 PM
        Brain Break: Your brain deserves a break today after a day of learning!
        King Cobras
      • After Hours
        Spend some time as a family wrapping up the end of the day with some ideas for everyone to think about and discuss!
        What are you most proud of?
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        Terminen el día pasando tiempo como familia, pensando y discutiendo algunas ideas.
        ¿De qué estás más orgulloso?
    • Thursday, July 23
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        For the Caregiver:
        Today we have a video you and your kids can watch together. This Small Talk video will get your child thinking about their goals. Use it as a chance to start the conversation about goal setting with your kids. Perhaps take the time to write down some goals for yourself. Invite your child to do this with you so you can help each other monitor your progress. Have fun!
      • 8:00 AM
        SEL Moment: The Upsdie-Down Gardner
        Hello Kids! I think all of us are happy that summer has arrived, and we can go outside to play. Today we will meet Dory, a littel girl who reallly wants to play baseball. Dory and her mom plant a garden, and Dory learns an important lesson about patience. What activities do YOU have planned for this summer?
      • 8:30 AM
        Brain Boost: When we are able to enjoy our state again without social distancing, what might you like to do? Here are some fun things to do in Wisconsin!
      • 9:00 AM
        Let's Get Our Bodies Moving:
      • 10:00 AM
        Let's Read!
        ¡Vamos a Leer!

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        Kindergarten: Do you know what happens to a tadpole when it grows up? If you said it turns into a frog, you are right. After listening to this story, draw a picture of the tadpole and another picture of him as a frog.
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        Kindergarten: ¿Sabes lo qué le pasa a un renacuajo cuando crece? Si dijiste que se convierte en rana, estás en lo cierto. Luego de escuchar el cuento, haz un dibujo de un renacuajo y luego de una rana.
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        Grades 1 & 2: Today's story has a little bit of realism (real things) and a little bit of fantasy (imaginary things). Fold a paper in half and as you listen to the story take notes on things that are realism on one side and things that are fantasy on the other. You can always pause the story to give yourself more time to write.
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        Grades 1 & 2: El cuento de hoy tiene un poco de realismo (cosas reales) y un poco de fantasía (cosas imaginarias). Dobla un papel por la mitad, mientras escuchas el cuento toma notas sobre cosas de realismo en un lado y cosas de fantasía en el otro. Puedes darle pausa al cuento para darte más tiempo para escribir.
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        Grades 3-5: The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane-Part Nine

        Edward loves his treasured pocket watch, as time is very important to him. We use time-telling to help us know when it's time for bed, time for dinner, when our favorite show is on, and for too many other things to list! Write a story about a time that you lost track of time and were late for something very important. Include as many details as you can.
      • 11:00 AM
        Journal Time
        Take a moment to Journal. All you will need is a piece of paper or a notebook & a pencil.
        Have you ever lost something that is important to you? Were you able to find it?
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        Tiempo Para Escribir Toma un momento para escribir un diario. Lo único que necesita es una hoja de papel o una libreta y un lápiz.¿Alguna vez
        haz perdido algo que es importante para tí? ¿Lo pudiste encontrar?
      • 12:00 PM
        Lunch time! Take a break and eat a healthy lunch.
      • 1:00 PM
        STEM: Learn about baby animals and what they need to grow in this interactive E-Book!
      • 2:00 PM
        Health & Wellness: Healthy Food vs. Junk Food
      • 3:00 PM
        Let's practice and play chess! For practice against the computer, click the 2nd link to the right. For more chess lessons, click THIS link.
      • 4:00 PM
        Let's Get Creative! Kids Art Week - Lesson 1: Picasso Dogs
      • 5:00 PM
        Road Trip: Let's Take a Virtual Field Trip - Kenai Fjords National Park
      • 6:00 PM
        Brain Break: Your brain deserves a break today after a day of learning!
        Kidz Bop Kids- Havana
      • After Hours
        Spend some time as a family wrapping up the end of the day with some ideas for everyone to think about and discuss!
        If you had to choose only three words to describe yourself, what would you say?
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        Terminen el día pasando tiempo como familia, pensando y discutiendo algunas ideas.
        Si tuvieras que escoger solo tres palabras para describirte, ¿qué dirías?
    • Friday, July 23
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        Support for Caregivers:
        See the attached for a great article about the Seven Habits of Happy Children. Then, take a moment to engage with your child in the "Family Engagement" activity below. Have a great weekend!
      • 8:00 AM
        SEL Family Engagement: Grab some family members and building blocks, and see what you can create with a goal in mind.
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      • 8:30 AM
        Brain Boost: Let's end our week with the University of Wisconsin fight song! Maybe you would like to go to college at a Wisconsin school someday!
      • 9:00 AM
        Let's Get Our Bodies Moving:
      • 10:00 AM
        Let's Read!
        ¡Vamos a Leer!

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        Kindergarten: This is a great story about the life cycle of a frog. What is your favorite stage and why? Find an adult and tell them all about it.
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        Kindergarten: Este es un gran libro sobre las ranas. ¿Cuál es tu etapa favorita del ciclo de una rana y por qué? Encuentra a un adulto y cuéntale sobre las ranas.
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        Grades 1 & 2: Today's story is about being dishonest. When Strega Nona sees that Big Anthony was disobedient, she says, “The punishment must fit the crime.” If you were Strega Nona, what punishment would you have given Big Anthony? Why? Talk about it with an adult.
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        Grades 1 & 2: El cuento de hoy es sobre la deshonestidad. Cuando Strega Nona ve que Antonio es desobediente, ella dice, "el castigo siempre debe guardar relación con la falta." Si tu fueras Strega Nona, ¿qué castigo le hubieses dado a Antonio? ¿Por qué? Háblalo con un adulto.
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        Grades 3-5: The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane-Part Ten

        Edward becomes separated from many of his friends who took him in along his journey. Have you ever had a friend or somebody special to you that you aren't able to see anymore? How did it make you feel when they first left? How do you feel about it now?
      • 11:00 AM
        Journal Time
        Take a moment to Journal. All you will need is a piece of paper or a notebook & a pencil.
        Write a story about a kid who is moving to a new school.l How do you think they might feel?
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        Tiempo Para Escribir Toma un momento para escribir un diario. Lo único que necesita es una hoja de papel o una libreta y un lápiz.Escribe una histori
        a de un niño que se muda a una escuela nueva. ¿Cómo crees que se siente?
      • 12:00 PM
        Lunch time! Take a break and eat a healthy lunch.
      • 1:00 PM
        STEM: Build a tower out of cups to understand how skyscrapers are designed.
      • 2:00 PM
        Health & Wellness: Feelings Friday - After your work draw how you feel.
      • 3:00 PM
        Let's practice and play chess! For practice against the computer, click the 2nd link to the right. For more chess lessons, click THIS link.
      • 4:00 PM
        Let's Get Creative! Zumba Kids (easy dance) - I like to move it
      • 5:00 PM
        Road Trip: Let's Take a Virtual Field Trip - Pharaoh Ramesses VI Tomb
      • 6:00 PM
        Brain Break: Your brain deserves a break today after a day of learning!
        A Little Kindness with Tori Kelly
      • After Hours
        Spend some time as a family wrapping up the end of the day with some ideas for everyone to think about and discuss!
        What is your idea of an ideal day?
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        Terminen el día pasando tiempo como familia, pensando y discutiendo algunas ideas.
        ¿Cuál es tu idea de un día ideal?
  • Clubs@Home Activities (6-12)
    • Monday, July 20
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        For the Caregivers:
        Hello caregivers! This week we will be talking about goal setting and how it can help you and your kids make the most out of your time. To start things off, check out this link that gives you the top five reasons you should set goals. No matter how big or small, setting goals and writing them down makes us more likely to achieve them and this video will talk about the positive outcomes that come from goal setting.
      • 8:00 AM
        SEL Family Engagement: Practice goal-setting with this activity, "Wheel of Fortune"
      • 8:30 AM
        Brain Boost: Memorial Day is a day we pause and reflect on the sacrifices made for our country. A tribute to the brave service members who gave the ultimate sacrifice. And to their family and friends who will forever bear the sorrow and pain of their lose. Speech by Army SSG David G. Bellavia MOH Recipient .
      • 10:00 AM
        Let's Read!
        Do you know how many different types of rocks there are or where you can find them? Read here to learn more.
      • 11:00 AM
        Writing Time
        Take a moment to read the story starter. Continue to write an amazing story or draw a picture following the prompt. All you will need is a piece of paper or a notebook & a pencil.
      • 12:00 PM
        Lunch time! Take a break and eat a healthy lunch.
      • 1:00 PM
        STEM: Learn about tessellations and make your own geometric art creation!
      • 2:00 PM
        Health & Wellness: Kobe Bryant- The Power of Sleep and Meditation
      • 3:00 PM
        Let's practice and play chess! For practice against the computer, click the 2nd link to the right. For more chess lessons, click THIS link.
      • 4:00 PM
        Essential Elements: Wil Blades: Music (Jazz)
      • 5:00 PM
        College Talk (Middle School): Getting Ready: Taking the Right Courses For College Starts in Middle School
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        College Talk (High School): How to Write a High School Resume for College Applications
      • 6:00 PM
        Brain Break:Les Twins
      • After Hours
        Spend some time as a family wrapping up the end of the day with some ideas for everyone to think about and discuss!
        What's your favorite movie? Why?
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        Terminen el día pasando tiempo como familia, pensando y discutiendo algunas ideas.
        ¿Cuál es tu película favorita? ¿Por qué?
    • Tuesday, July 21
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        For the Caregiver:
        Now that we understand why setting goals is important, let’s talk about a popular method for setting goals called SMART goals. This short article talks about what a SMART Goal is and provides examples of SMART Goals that you can use to create your own. SMART Goals will help you plan out and track the goals that you have set and the progress you have made towards completing them.
      • 8:00 AM
        SEL Family Engagement: Let's continue our goal-setting theme from yesterday! Have you ever done a Vision Board? Today's activity is a lot like that -- called "Vision Collage".
      • 8:30 AM
        Brain Boost: The last Monday in May is Memorial Day! Who do you honor on Memorial Day?
      • 9:00 AM
        Let's Get Our Bodies Moving:
      • 10:00 AM
        Let's Read!
        A star is a giant, glowing ball of hot gases whose energy flows out into space as heat, light, and other radiation. All stars except the Sun lie at great distances, but they shine brightly enough for us to see their light as points in the night sky. Read more...
      • 11:00 AM
        Writing Time
        Take a moment to read the story starter. Continue to write an amazing story or draw a picture following the prompt. All you will need is a piece of paper or a notebook & a pencil.
      • 12:00 PM
        Lunch time! Take a break and eat a healthy lunch.
      • 1:00 PM
        STEM: Learn about your arteries by making a model out of a drinking straw!
      • 2:00 PM
        Health & Wellness: Teen Health: Substance Use and Abuse
      • 3:00 PM
        Let's practice and play chess! For practice against the computer, click the 2nd link to the right. For more chess lessons, click THIS link.
      • 4:00 PM
        Essential Elements: Groundswell | I Just Want to Come Home
      • 5:00 PM
        College Talk (Middle School): Middle School College & Career Readiness in the Digital Age
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        College Talk (High School): IB VS AP, Which is Better for College Admission?
      • After Hours
        Spend some time as a family wrapping up the end of the day with some ideas for everyone to think about and discuss!
        If we could go anywhere on vacation, where would you choose? Why?
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        Terminen el día pasando tiempo como familia, pensando y discutiendo algunas ideas.
        Si pudiéramos ir a donde sea de vacaciones, ¿a dónde escogerías? ¿Por qué?
    • Wednesday, July 22
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        For the Cargiver:
        I hope that by now you may have started to think about setting some new goals for yourself or your families, but how can you help your kids set goals? Setting goals helps youth and teens develop early on in their lives that can help them be more likely to achieve their goals in the future. Check out this link that will give you seven tips for teaching your kids goal setting and what to do if your kids fall short of your goals.
      • 8:00 AM
        SEL Moment: Quarateens
        Hello teens! It would be an understantement to say that eing stuck at home for months is not easy. Many of you miss your friends and going to your favorite spots to hang out. Check out this video created by teens who discuss the reality of being stuck at home, and its impact on their daily lives. It is comforting to know that you are not the only one who may be struggling!
      • 8:30 AM
        Did you know that the world's tallest symbol of freedom -- a 400-foot flagpole that's flying an American flag measuring 60 feet high by 120 feet long is in Sheboygan, Wisconsin?
      • 9:00 AM
        Let's Get Our Bodies Moving:
      • 10:00 AM
        Let's Read!
        The animal kingdom includes all animals, from sponges and spiders to reptiles, birds, and even humans. Animals live in a habitat, or area, usually shared by many different types of animals and plants. The relationship between humans and other animals has a long and colorful history. Read more...
      • Writing Time
        Take a moment to read the story starter. Continue to write an amazing story or draw a picture following the prompt. All you will need is a piece of paper or a notebook & a pencil.
      • 12:00 PM
        Lunch time! Take a break and eat a healthy lunch.
      • 1:00 PM
        STEM: Try this simple experiment at home to learn more about the ingredients in candy!
      • 2:00 PM
        Health & Wellness: Alicia Keys Top 10 Rules for Self Love
      • 3:00 PM
        Let's practice and play chess! For practice against the computer, click the 2nd link to the right. For more chess lessons, click THIS link.
      • 4:00 PM
        Essential Elements: Ali Akbar Khan: Music
      • 5:00 PM
        College Talk (Middle School): College access for all - middle school family toolkit
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        "College Talk (High School): Graduate Together:
        America Honors the Class of 2020"
      • After Hours
        Spend some time as a family wrapping up the end of the day with some ideas for everyone to think about and discuss!
        What are you most proud of?
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        Terminen el día pasando tiempo como familia, pensando y discutiendo algunas ideas.
        ¿De qué estás más orgulloso?
    • Thursday, July 23
      •  
        For the Caregiver:
        Today we have a video you and your kids can watch together. This Small Talk video will get your child thinking about their goals. Use it as a chance to start the conversation about goal setting with your kids. Perhaps take the time to write down some goals for yourself. Invite your child to do this with you so you can help each other monitor your progress. Have fun!
      • 8:00 AM
        SEL Moment:
        Greetings Teens! A lot of things have changed since the start of the coronavirus. Our daily lives look very different from what they were 6 months ago. If you are a teen looking for meaningful ways to invest your time check out this article. This article discusses ways teens can give back to their community from their homes.
      • 8:30 AM
        Brain Boost: What are the top 17 places to see in the United States? Which one would you like to visit?
      • 9:00 AM
        Let's Get Our Bodies Moving:
      • 10:00 AM
        Let's Read!
        Proper nutrition means balancing the major food groups in one's diet to provide the body with the vitamins and minerals it needs to function properly. Equally essential are daily exercise, proper hydration, and healthful attitudes toward food. Read more...
      • 11:00 AM
        Writing Time
        Take a moment to read the story starter. Continue to write an amazing story or draw a picture following the prompt. All you will need is a piece of paper or a notebook & a pencil.
      • 12:00 PM
        Lunch time! Take a break and eat a healthy lunch.
      • 1:00 PM
        STEM: Test out the principles of flight using materials you can find around your house!
      • 2:00 PM
        Health & Wellness: Mindfulness Basics
      • 3:00 PM
        Let's practice and play chess! For practice against the computer, click the 2nd link to the right. For more chess lessons, click THIS link.
      • 4:00 PM
        Essential Elements: Shanghai at Asian Art Museum: Visual Arts
      • 5:00 PM
        College Talk (Middle School): How to Choose the Right High School
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        College Talk (High School): bigfuture.org is a free college planning site with a step?by?step approach to help students find, afford and enroll in a college that's right for them. There are simple ways to get started throughout
      • After Hours
        Spend some time as a family wrapping up the end of the day with some ideas for everyone to think about and discuss!
        If you had to choose only three words to describe yourself, what would you say?
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        Terminen el día pasando tiempo como familia, pensando y discutiendo algunas ideas.
        Si tuvieras que escoger solo tres palabras para describirte, ¿qué dirías?
    • Friday, July 24
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        Support for Caregivers:
        See the attached for a great article about the Seven Habits of Happy Children. Then, take a moment to engage with your child in the "Family Engagement" activity below. Have a great weekend!
      • 8:00 AM
        SEL Moment: Setting Goals with a Teen Scientist! Check out this Ted Talk, where a teen scientist talks about dreaming BIG when she sets her goals. Enjoy!
      • 8:30 AM
        Brain Boost: What's the history of our National Anthem and what the lyrics actually mean?
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        Enjoy an amazing performance in 1991 by Whitney Houston.
      • 9:00 AM
        Let's Get Our Bodies Moving:
      • 10:00 AM
        Let's Read!
        MakerSpaces: Members of these do-it-yourself workshops design, invent, and build virtually anything they can imagine. There are MakerSpaces in Milwaukee too! Read more...
      • 11:00 AM
        Writing Time
        Take a moment to read the story starter. Continue to write an amazing story or draw a picture following the prompt. All you will need is a piece of paper or a notebook & a pencil.
      • 12:00 PM
        Lunch time! Take a break and eat a healthy lunch.
      • 1:00 PM
        STEM: Learn how structures can withstand vibrations in an earthquake using just paper and cardboard!
      • 2:00 PM
        Health & Wellness: To Code Switch or Not to Code Switch?
      • 3:00 PM
        Let's practice and play chess! For practice against the computer, click the 2nd link to the right. For more chess lessons, click THIS link.
      • 4:00 PM
        Essential Elements: Robert Green for Monsters 365
      • 5:00 PM
        College Talk (Middle School - High School): Join us as we tour Morehouse College for men and Spelman College for women
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        College Talk: Let's visit Spelman College!
      • 6:00 PM
        Brain Break:Sean and Kaycee- World of Dance compilation
      • After Hours
        Spend some time as a family wrapping up the end of the day with some ideas for everyone to think about and discuss!
        What is your idea of an ideal day?
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        Terminen el día pasando tiempo como familia, pensando y discutiendo algunas ideas.
        ¿Cuál es tu idea de un día ideal?
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