At-Home Learning Tips
Get Creative this Weekend
Spending a lot more time at home these days can make for great opportunities to nurture your child’s creativity by doing activities that are a bit special, unusual and extra fun! Find ideas here.
Friday on Arizona PBS
|5:00 a.m.||Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum: I Am Helen Keller/I Am Alexander Graham Bell|
|5:30 a.m.||Cyberchase: Less Than Zero|
|6:00 a.m.||SciGirls: Cartoon Coders|
ACTIVITY: Look at the Moon! Journaling Project
So many of your child’s favorite characters enjoyed looking at the night sky in today’s episodes and your child can too with this activity to observe the most visible object in our night sky, the moon. Keep a Moon Journal to track different shapes and phases and ask questions about the patterns your child sees along the way. Can you predict the phase that will appear the next night?
ACTIVITY: Sky Patterns: Sun, Moon, and Stars
Why stop at the moon when you can explore the future appearances of the sun, moon and stars? This activity and animation will help your child see the changing appearance or apparent movement of these objects.
ACTIVITY: Track Your Daily Weather
If watching the night sky becomes challenging on rainy nights, ask your child if they’re curious about tracking the weather as well. Download this Nature Cat calendar for your child to draw the weather for each day and find patterns every week.