Make a rebus together. Replace some words in a story with pictures.
All Ware County Schools and the Central Office will observe Spring Break April 3 – 7, 2023. All school system facilities will be closed to the public next week. We will reopen Monday, April 10th. We hope you have a safe and restful break and return ready to finish out this school year strong. We look forward to seeing students and staff on campus the remainder of this week and then again on April 10th.
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Let your child clean some dirty pennies with ketchup. Explain that they get shiny due to a chemical reaction.
Together, invent a special holiday just for your family.
Trace your child’s hand on paper. Think of ways to be a helping hand. Have him write his ideas on the drawing.
Have your child make a portrait using pictures of eyes, noses, mouths, etc. cut out of magazines.
Write a note to your child to tell them you love them. Hide it in a place they can discover it later.
Ask your child what he thinks the world will be like in 10 years. How might school be different?
Encourage your child to sort books by subject. He or she can use the library’s system or invent their own.
Challenge family members on math facts. Who can say the multiplication tables fastest?
Have a “guess the number” contest. For example, “How many grapes are in the bunch?”
Share family history with your child. Look through pictures from before and after her birth.
Ask your child questions about school that require more than a yes or no answer: “How did you solve that math problem?”
Play screen-free games as a family tonight.
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Monitor the sites your child visits online. Talk about online safety.
Try a new type of exercise or sport with your child.
Do a jigsaw puzzle with your child.
Discuss a book your child likes. What does he like about it?