Census 2020
Today we are learning about something important that happens every ten years in the United States of America! The 2020 Census! We know that counting is VERY important and today you will learn how counting is used in the census.

Today’s Activities

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Listen/Read

Why is counting people important?

Watch these two videos to find out about the 2020 census.

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Counting

Today is a great day to practice counting! Can you count to 100? Practice writing your numbers too! Can you write your numbers 1-20? Here’s a worksheet to help you practice!

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Watch

Watch this Movie counting 1-100!

move

Let’s learn the Eagle Pose, with Jamie from Cosmic Kids Yoga.

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create

Read more about the census and complete some fun activities in this booklet!

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Census 2020 In Hand Packet

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Turning on transcripts for YouTube Videos [PDF]

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