Watch this short video on beach safety. In a journal write down 5 ways to be safe around water.
The sand at the beach gets hot sometimes and you have to hop from towel to towel. Speaking of hopping, try these fun math activities that will have you hopping from number to number.
After watching the “Swimming Safety” video.
In a journal write down some ideas to each question.
- What are some things you need to know before getting into the water?
- What are the first things you learn from a swim instuctor?
- What do you keep learning in each lesson?
- Why is it important to learn to swim?
In this video, Noah needs directions to learn how to swim, but the directions are in Spanish. Listen for any Spanish words that you might know. After watching the video answer these questions.
- What were the steps that Nell told Noah to do to learn how to swim?
- What does “puedo nadar” mean?
- What does just “puedo” mean?
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