Learning doesn’t have to slide during winter break

Learning doesn’t have to slide during winter break

Students can explore nature, apply math, create art
Needham Elementary School second-grade students Dellilah Rypkema, left, and Maceo Guglielmo work on a 3-D log cabin project in art class Tuesday. Art projects are one of many ways parents can help their children continue learning over the holiday break.
In addition to art projects, children can stay engaged in learning during vacation by working on fractions while baking or by studying winter birds.
A Needham Elementary School second-grade student completes a 3-D log cabin project in art class at the school Tuesday. Art projects, creative writing, learning about weather and studying birds are among many tasks parents can incorporate into the holiday break to support learning in nontraditional ways.
Needham Elementary School student teacher Hadley Bowman explains a 3-D art project to second-grade students at the school Tuesday. As the winter break begins Saturday, there are a number of ways parents can encourage their children to continue using their brains and learning.

Learning doesn’t have to slide during winter break

Needham Elementary School second-grade students Dellilah Rypkema, left, and Maceo Guglielmo work on a 3-D log cabin project in art class Tuesday. Art projects are one of many ways parents can help their children continue learning over the holiday break.
In addition to art projects, children can stay engaged in learning during vacation by working on fractions while baking or by studying winter birds.
A Needham Elementary School second-grade student completes a 3-D log cabin project in art class at the school Tuesday. Art projects, creative writing, learning about weather and studying birds are among many tasks parents can incorporate into the holiday break to support learning in nontraditional ways.
Needham Elementary School student teacher Hadley Bowman explains a 3-D art project to second-grade students at the school Tuesday. As the winter break begins Saturday, there are a number of ways parents can encourage their children to continue using their brains and learning.
For more ideas

Visit Connections Academy, http://bit.ly/2gFwiRY, for ideas on how to create your own winter activity calendar and for activity instructions.

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