How do you prepare to go camping?
Where do people usually camp?
What dangers do you have to consider while you are camping?
Find out more about camping in this fun book, “A Camping Spree with Mr. McGee!”
Scavenger Hunts are fun to do when you go camping. See if you can complete the squares on this math scavenger hunt!
The author of the book uses alliteration to make his words sound more interesting. Find out more about alliteration and get some reading practice by looking at these examples.
Do you love s’mores? Along with alliteration, another important writing skill is to give directions. Use this worksheet and write your own directions for how to make a s’more.
You’ll have to wait until the sun goes down to play this game, but it’s worth the wait. The person who is “it” waits at the counting spot and counts to 50 while everyone else hides. Then, armed with a flashlight, this person searches for the others and try to “tag” them with the light from the flashlight!
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Today's ActivitiesRead the story "What Matters," sometimes a tiny act has a big positive consequence. A simple act of kindness can create a ripple effect that can spread throughout a community. One act of kindness can cause happiness in a single person. Then, because...
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