Summer Worksheet: June Activities

Summer Worksheet: June Activities

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Summer Worksheet: June Activities
This seasonal worksheet is called 'Summer Worksheet: June Activities' and was first presented by Scholastic. The printout is also available for downloading from their website and it is split into two parts:
Flag Day Celebration
Summer Celebration and Planning
The first part suggests that kids learn about the American flag by reading a poem with lines arranged on strips of red, white and blue color. The flag template is supplied together with the worksheet, along with the detailed instructions on how to use it to tell students about the origin of the flag and what its elements represent. The instructions are complimented by follow-up activities and literature links for your reference.
The second part of the worksheet is dedicated to celebrating upcoming summer and planning kids' favorite activities. This part also provides a poem that can be the start of a discussion about summer, when it officially begins and its well-known symbols. Children are also encouraged to act out some pieces of the poem or of their plans. You are welcome to use the follow-up activities list, to get kids started on some of their summer projects with your help.
This seasonal worksheet is called 'Summer Worksheet: June Activities' and was first presented by Scholastic. The printout is also available for downloading from their website and it is split into two parts:
Flag Day Celebration
Summer Celebration and Planning
The first part suggests that kids learn about the American flag by reading a poem with lines arranged on strips of red, white and blue color. The flag template is supplied together with the worksheet, along with the detailed instructions on how to use it to tell students about the origin of the flag and what its elements represent. The instructions are complimented by follow-up activities and literature links for your reference.
The second part of the worksheet is dedicated to celebrating upcoming summer and planning kids' favorite activities. This part also provides a poem that can be the start of a discussion about summer, when it officially begins and its well-known symbols. Children are also encouraged to act out some pieces of the poem or of their plans. You are welcome to use the follow-up activities list, to get kids started on some of their summer projects with your help.