Cyberschool: Cyberschool Units: Summer Calendar

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Camping Smores
Noxious Plants
Make a Poison Ivy Vine
Indigenous Birds
Camping Song
Noxious Plants
Make a Poison Ivy Vine
Indigenous Birds
Camping Song
Dirt Cake
Animal Tracks
Track Matching
Do's and Don'ts
Camping Song
Nature Walk
Camping Song
Nature Walk
Camping Song
JuneBugs What is an insect?
Make a ladybug.
Read: The Very Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle
Make a ladybug snack.
Make a bumblebee
Sing: I'm Taking Home a Baby Bumblebee
Fingerplay: Here's the Beehive
Make a spider.
Why is a spider not an insect?
Read: The Very Busy Spider by Eric Carle or Watch: Charlotte's Web.
Spider Snack
Itsy Bitsy Spider Finger Play
Make a butterfly.
Read: Where Does the Butterfly Go When it Rains by Maye Garelick Make a butterfly snack.
Make a bug house.
Go outside and look for a bug to put in your box.
Read: The Very Lonely Firefly by Eric Carle
Make a bug snack.
Under the Sea Make Oscar Octopus windsock
Otto is Different by
Franz Brandenberg
Dave the Octopus worksheet, a sequencing activity
Make a sea snail
Sea snail finger play.
Make a sea shell snack.


Sea Shell Homes
Sand Dollar Cookies, or Southern Living, May 2005, p. 204
Legend of the Sand Dollar.
Shell sorting
Home for Hermit Crab by Eric Carle
Sea Shell finger play from Ring a Ring O' Roses
Underwater Friends
Make a Rainbow Fish
Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister
Make a starfish
Starfish (Let's Read and Find Out Science) by Edith Thatcher Hurd
Matching Worksheet and fingerplay.
Watermelon Work

Activities to be added

Make a bulletin board with tally sheet and let students guess how many seeds the watermelon has. Introduce or review the letter "W" Sponge paint a watermelon slice Easel paint on watermelon shape
Guess circumference of semi-major axis.
Make watermelon cookies.
Guess the weight.
Make watermelon popsicles for Friday snack.
Tissue Paper Watermelon Slice

Eat some of the watermelon for snack today. Save and wash seeds.

Count the seed.
Read "The Enormous Watermelon"

Make a circle map of Enormous Things.
Art: draw an enormous thing on a watermelon shaped piece of paper and put in watermelon shaped book.
Count the seed.
Make a construction paper watermelon slice. Glue on real seeds. Play with watermelon scented playdough. Also make a teacher-made watermelon math game for kids to use in one of their centers.

Begin the week of the camping unit with a small tent set up in room for students to see as they begin the unit.  Make sure the Activities should make use of facilities available in your region.

For the sea side unit we make paper boats for classroom decoration.

Copyright 2003-2010, Suzyque.US
Web Design Shannon Smyrl,