April 14, 2020 | Emily Ford Sytsma
Mustard Seed School teachers have put together these lists of activities and resources for you to consider during Spring Break. They also recommend that you check out this list of resources from the Princeton University Library.
What’s happening outside of your window or in your outdoor space or on your walks? What signs do you see that the seasons are changing?
If continuing with school over these days could help you, here are some daily plans from a curriculum provider we trust:
It is designed for young children and kindergarten families may want to add the extra writing and play some of the math games on SeeSaw again.
Another great week-long plan:
PreK-K Scholastic Weekly Lesson Plans–a week of themes and short, book-based activities for learning at home
For the train-lovers: B&O Railway Museum Story-Hour (and activities)