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Social Studies: By special request, another survey! Take your list of ten helpers in our community. Phone or text friends and family. Which job do they think is the most interesting? Use tally marks to record your data. Let them choose three. What did you discover?

Art: Listen to this beautiful story by Eric Carle.

Make your own ladybug. Ladybugs are insects. Do you remember what features all have? Use construction paper for the black head, six legs and the black spots. Use tissue paper for the red body, two antennae, the face (eyes and mouth) and a leafy background. If you don’t have construction paper or tissue paper, use what you have. Get creative! Here are some pictures of other students’ ladybugs:

Math – Practice counting by 10s with this dice game. Roll the dice. What number did you roll? Count by 10s that many times. (for example, if you roll a 4, count 10, 20, 30, 40) As an extra challenge roll two dice. Do this ten times.

French Friday: Madame says: Today I would like you to do 2 things in French. 1. Try to sing our “Bonjour, mes amis” song – I am sure you can remember it. If not, here is a link: 2. Can you still count in French up to ten?  Do you remember this video? Teach someone in your home how to count to ten in French! And next time you see any of these numbers around you (on a shirt, in a picture, in a book, etc…), try saying it in French 🙂 I hope you are all well and safe!

For Fun: Here in another scavenger hunt for you and your family to enjoy this weekend. You can do it inside as well as outside: