Begin telling your child a story, and when you get to an exciting part, stop. Let him or her make up the rest.
It’s the birthday of American author Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain). Read one of his stories with your child.
Have your child write directions for making his favorite sandwich. Then follow them together.
At bedtime tonight, tell your child a story about yourself when you were his or her age.
Talk with your child about a choice one of you needs to make. Discuss all the options and possible consequences.
Friday, November 18, 2022 is the last day of school until Monday, November 28, 2022. All schools and the district office will be closed the week of November 21-25, 2022 in observance of Thanksgiving Holidays. Happy Thanksgiving from the faculty and staff of Ware County Schools!
Hum a song and see if your child can guess its name.
Think of a meaningful quotation you love. Post it where your child will see it.
Draw a picture of a word. See if your child can guess the word. Then let your child pick a word to draw.
See how many ways your child can write a number. For example, 4 can be written 1+3, 2+2 or 6-2.
Encourage your child to write a thank-you note to a favorite teacher or staff member this month.
Parents/Guardians of students in grades 3 - 12, please take a moment to learn about your child's participation in the Georgia Student Health Survey by visiting https://www.ware.k12.ga.us/o/ware-county-school-district/page/gshs. Thank you!
Due to inclement weather, Gator All-Star Academy and all out-of-district athletic competitions have been canceled for Thursday, November 10, 2022.
Ask your child to pretend he’s the town mayor for a day. Have him list three ideas to make your community stronger.
Reminder: All official communication regarding school closures or changes to our operating schedule will be communicated to families through the district’s Facebook page and website, as well as Thrillshare, our callout system. All Ware County schools will be in session through the remainder of the week (Jovemver 10-11, 2022) unless otherwise noted through those three communication channels. Thank you!
When you buy something, ask your child to figure how much tax you will be charged.
Have your child replace adjectives on a printed ad with their opposites.
Hold a family meeting. Make some goals as a family.
Do a crossword puzzle together. It’s a great way to learn new words.
Let your child quiz you about things he or she is learning in school.