Things That Fly

Today’s Activities

Things that fly

Ask your student if they can think of things that fly, then watch “Things that Fly” to learn about different types of things that fly, and talk again about if the item they chose was in the video and what other flying objects they liked.

Objective: Children will predict events in the story

Zoom Zoom Zoom We’re Going to The Moon song.

Objective: Language Development, Anticipation, Motor Skills, and Bonding.


Practice counting skills with this fun owl activity.

Cut out each box of owls with numbers and count the owls. the student can then find the matching number and put a clothespin on it or if you do not have any clothespins they can but a block on the correct number.

Memory Match

Play memory match with the vehicle pieces you cut out on Monday.

A light to the World

Parents can help children find an appropriate candle, or flashlight as a way to demonstrate that they are a light to the World, and to demonstrate a thank-you to first responders. Snapping a picture and posting it would be nice so we can see their lights.

Frozen Yoga

Watch the “Frozen Yoga “video in its entirety. Next time have your child practice just a few poses, stopping the video after each pos. The next day, have your child increase the number of poses. Continue for the week.

Toddler/Infant: Blow bubbles with your child.

Objective: Children will practice their tracking skills and hand-eye coordination to pop the bubbles.

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Teaching Tips

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Turning on transcripts for YouTube Videos [PDF]

Learn the Song

Familiarize yourself with the song before doing it with your child. For added fun lift your child into the air every time the song says “We have blastoff!”. 

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