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Kids Zone

Even though we can’t be with you in school,
we are with you in our thoughts.

We are excited to launch this new area of our website
that’s dedicated to our students during these challenging times.

Try some of the activities and games our teachers have created, just for you!
We will be posting new themes each week.

This Week’s Theme:
Attitude of Gratitude

We have 5 fun labs for you. Keep scrolling down the page to see them all.

Reading Lab

Ms. Kaylee reads one of her favorite books, Where the Wild Things Are, written by Maurice Sendak. It has a great message and wonderful pictures.

Physical Lab

Go on a fitness adventure with Disney Family on YouTube Kids! Move like Simba, Rafiki, Zazu, and more of your favorites from The Lion King.

Enrichment Lab

Make a Gratitude Tree

What is gratitude? And how can you be more grateful?

In this enrichment lab, Ms. Brie, Ms. Angeline and Mr. Jose, our team at Trevista, explain gratitude and show you how to make a tree to give thanks for all the great things in your life.

Gratitude Tree image

View the lab.

Challenge Lab

The Gratitude Game

Did you know gratitude is something you can practice? And it’s so much fun to practice it with other people.

In this fun group game, you’ll get a chance to think about everything you are thankful for.

Instructions:

1. Take turns rolling the dice.

2. When you roll a number, match it up with the categories below and share something related to that category. For example, if you roll a 2, then share your favorite food.

3. Have fun!

Categories:

1 – A person you care about

2 – A favorite food

3 – A place you love to be or visit

4 – A movie or TV show that makes you laugh

5 – A book you love to read

6 – A sport or activity you enjoy

STEM Lab

Ms. Julie shows you how to color carnations, which you can give to a family member, friend or frontline worker to show your thanks.

Extra Credit 🙂

Write a Note of Gratitude

Ms. Monica explains how you can write a note of thanks to a family member or friend. The note can be from you or you can even write one on behalf  of a pet that your family takes care of.  Happy writing!

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