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Dear Parents, 

We are doing our best to supply you with activities to do with your children at home.  We are also trying to find experiments or activities that require very few supplies or items you might already have around your home.  We understand that not everyone has the technology to allow you to print out materials or utilize all parts of this lesson.  If you would like materials for your child to continue his or her learning at home, please let your teacher know.  If you choose to request materials we would ask that you are prepared to assist your child with the completion of his or her work.  

Please note that this is an excellent time to work with your child on cooking, cleaning, organizing and other practical skills in the home.  Many of these projects require reading, and math or problems solving, which are very important skills.  

We hope that you are also encouraging your children to read.  The library is open at this time, and they have many excellent reading materials available.  If you are weary about going into public, Libby is a free library app that allows you to check out e-books, e-magazines, graphic novels and audio books with your library card.  While this does require technology, it allows you to check out reading material without worrying about losing them.  

We are here to support you!

How Do Your Biceps Bulge??

Click on this picture for an interactive science lesson on muscles.  After the lesson you will have an opportunity to build a paper robot hand.  Materials needed for this activity include:

  • A printer
  • string
  • small paperclips
  • tape or a sticker
  • Index cards or thicker paper-great use for that junk mail!
  • scissors

The Human Body

Click here for a fun list of weird but true facts about the human body.  


Can you make a skeleton?  What materials could you use and what type of skeleton will you make?  Take a picture of your skeleton and send the image to Mrs. Tegan.  Your skeleton image may be featured in an upcoming virtual classroom. Material suggestions could include:

  • Q-tips
  • sticks and rocks
  • Legos
  • cookie dough
  • straws

We can't wait to see what you come up with!


  • Watch this short video to learn more about Madame Curie.
  • How did Madame Curie contribute to our health care system, and what does it mean for us today??
  • Write about a time where Madame Curie's research helped you.  

Recipe of the Day

Frozen Banana Pops

Here's a recipe kids can make on their own with only a few ingredients and either tooth picks or craft sticks to hold them.

Frozen Banana Pops


  • Firm bananas
  • Semi-sweet Chocolate chips
  • Creamy Peanut Butter (optional)
  • Sprinkles (optional)


If using, melt peanut butter in a small bowl for 30 seconds In the microwave. Stir until smooth. In a second bowl melt chocolate chips for 30 seconds in the microwave, stir until smooth.  Depending on how many chocolate chips you are melting, you may need to do this twice-but do not over heat!! 

 Slice bananas into one inch slices.  Carefully push craft stick into the banana slice and dip into peanut butter and then chocolate. Dip the banana into the sprinkles and place on a cookie sheet lined with waxed paper.  After all the banana slices are on the waxed paper pop them into the freezer until frozen, about 30 minutes.  


Scroll down to the bottom of this web page to find a free printable book on the human body.  Click on the:

Download Human Body Emergent Reader

for more facts and information. 

Links to On-line Learning
Reflex Math
Lexia Core 5
Splash Math (K-2)
Reading A-Z (K-2)
Battle Rock Charter School

CO 81321 United States

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