Can you imagine if you saw a real live alligator, up close, on your summer vacation? What would you do?
Some people say that if an alligator runs at you, you should run in a zigzag pattern to avoid getting caught. Let’s review greater than, less than, and equal to with this BrainPop video. Use the trick about the open alligator mouth eating the bigger number to compare these numbers.
Many people like to go camping during the summer. Others like to set up a tent and sleep in their yard. Have you ever done either of these?
Today’s challenge is to build a tent using materials that you have at home. Some suggested materials include: construction paper, toothpicks, marshmallows, straws, foil, craft sticks, tissue paper, pieces of fabric and tape. The tent must be able to stand by itself. Additionally, it must be at least 5 inches tall at its highest point.
It might be fun to add some extra details next to your tent like pebbles for a fire ring, trees and plants, and maybe even a river or lake nearby.
Make a sign that says Last Day of School and have someone take your picture holding it. Send it to your family and friends and to your teacher. Have a wonderful summer.
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