Maybe you are missing a loved one who doesn’t live close by, or maybe you know of someone who could use a hug today! Here are two ideas. (Source: Messy Little Monster, Smart Schoolhouse)
Did you know? Earth Day was first observed in 1970 and now includes events in approximately 193 countries each year! Here’s a little activity from our friends at Primary Playground to help celebrate.
TumbleBooks’ databases are easy to use, and feature unlimited access from home! You can read as many books as you want, when you want, and on any device. There are no check-outs, holds, or bulky downloads. Books are available instantly. Access will continue until August 31, 2020.
Try this "stained glass" project and share your photos with us on our Facebook page! Just use duct tape or masking tape to mark off your design, then use sidewalk chalk to color your creation. Remove the tape and voila! Have fun and enjoy!
Try these scavenger hunt ideas to keep yourself and your family busy! During this time of social distancing, please remember that is is still okay to take a walk outdoors, breathe in fresh air and enjoy all the natural wonder that surrounds us!
NC State P&R Scavenger Hunt (Courtesy of NC State Parks)
Nature Scavenger Hunt (courtesy of Valdosta, GA)
Indoor Scavenger Hunt
Nature Scavenger Hunt (courtesy of Chatham County)
Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt (Courtesy of Primary Playground)
Family Scavenger Hunt