Activities and Fireworks for Sports
January 28 – February 1
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Chapters 6 & 7
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1. Craft – Mad Hats
2. Key Points – Sport Sorting
3. Collaborative – Homeostasis
4. Writing – Rules of the Game
5. Math/Logic – Fact Families
6. Genius Principle – Chicken Fat Exercise
7. Big Activity - Croquet
8. Movement - Coach Says
Play a variety of sports
Build challenge: Create a new sport
Weekly teen hangouts in Santa Ana https://www.facebook.com/events/317560022131506/
Disneyland meetup: February 6 - Stories https://www.celebrationeducation.com/copy-of-theme
Field trips – Trips are currently being scheduled! New trips posted here: https://socalhomeschooladventures.com/product-category/field-trips/celebration-education-field-trips/
2/20 Celebration: Tea With Alice: https://www.celebrationeducation.com/celebrations
Read through the fireworks and choose about five that you think might interest your child. Allow him or her to select 1-3 of them.
Does exercise give you more energy? Do an experiment. Exercise three or more times a week for two weeks. Record how you feel. Then spend a couple weeks without exercise. Record how you feel. Is there a difference in your energy? Record your thoughts in your journal.
Using your favorite sport, identify and compare sports superlatives. For example, find the the longest, fastest, etc. of your sport. Gather pictures and facts to illustrate your findings.
Do some experiments about how our bodies function with sports: http://cstmuseum.techno-science.ca/doc/education-programs/cstm/virtual-program-science-of-sports-human-body.pdf
Make a sports poster.
Make a timeline of a particular sport.
Write a report about your favorite sports hero.
With a map of the United States, put a mark on each city that has a major league baseball team.
Do a sports word search: http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/quizzes/wordsearch/sport.html
Do some sports science experiments: http://www.stack.com/a/sports-science-experiments
Play a game with targets or goals of varying values. Keep a tally of your score in your head.
Make a cardboard TV story about an amazing sports achievement: http://www.thecheesethief.com/2011/12/low-tech-cardboard-tv.html
Pretend you are a sports reporter at Alice's croquet game with the queen. Write a report of what happened at the game.
Learn some science of sports:
Sports may vary from one country to the next. Find a sport that is played differently in different countries. Write about the differences.
Do some baseball math: https://www.funbrain.com/math/