*summer themed literacy basket giveaway
*book walk (cake walk)
*fishing for inferences - kiddie pool full of magnetic fish and fishing poles
*Jumping rope rhymes - fluency
*red and white picnic table covers for decoration
*sidewalk chalk race w/ sounds? - letters and sounds are written on the ground - teacher gives a word and asks what letter makes the begging sound - students race to find that letter
*Letter Hunt? - kind of like eye spy but with letter
*Campfire w/ guest readers (free s'mores snack while listening?)
*5 senses exploration activity?
I teach at a 2-3 school and some of those activities are pretty simple as far as literacy goes. I'm wanting more advanced, but still 'easy' types of ideas that can be done with a small group - one teacher (maybe two), outdoors and with somewhat limited resources. What ideas do you have for me???
I also have to have a parent station - I want to do something cute for them - while still giving them ideas on how to continue their child's education over the summer. Any ideas here too?
Just thought I'd see what you all have to offer me :) Thanks in advance for any ideas!!