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June 2021 - World Environment Day
2021 - Digital Literacy
December - Christmas Traditions
In Brazil Christmas gifts are often exchanged on Christmas Eve or on Christmas Day itself, Dec 24ht or Dec 25th. In Spain they exchange them on Epiphany Day - Jan 6th. What about your tradittions? Ask your children how they feel about exchanging gifts.
November - SEL (Social Emotinal Learning)
October - Children's Day and Halloween
September - Artificial Intelligence
August - Innovation in Literature by Jessica Lassange
Covid19 indoor Summer Activities
Since coronavirus is keeping most of us at home these days, you can use your imagination and travel without leaving home.
Pitching a tent in the living room or to setting up a campsite in your backyard could be just the thing that is needed to lift your spirits.
If you live in a big city, you might miss going away to the countryside.
What about bringing some nature home? What about creating an indoor garden with your children?
We bet you will have fun.
Scavenger Hunt at home
Unlock a world of adventure without leaving your house. Create your own Scavenger Hunt.
Suggestions: Photo Scavenger Hunt, House Objects Scavenger Hunt, School objects Scavenger Hunt.
What about staging a family play with your children?
A play is fun and easy to put on. Choose your favourite story and let you imagination take you to next step.
A family play can create lasting memories .
New Activities - Suggested by Google Innovators #BRZ17 and #BRZ19
Having Fun at Home
What about building something together?Suggestions: paper airplane marshmallow tower, back to back pictures, a memory wall .
Do you have any special family recipe?
What about cooking together? Would you like to share your recipe with us?
Books - TV and Movies
What's your favourite TV show?
Ask this question to your child? You could also ask him to draw his favourite character.
Games - Competitive and Collaborative
Drawing and Painting
What about making your own reproduction of a famous painting?
If you prefer, you could also draw from imagination, create your own masterpiece, cartoon character.
Everybody is good at drawing and we can draw amazing stick figures. watch video
A Day Out
Favorite Road Trip
Ask your child about his favorite road trip and tell him about yours.
What about asking him to make a drawing about it or a short video.
If they prefer, they can record a podcast.
Favorite Day Out
Let's talk about a memorable day out.
Why was it a special day?
What do you remeber about it? Would you like to repeat the experience? Would you change anything?
Maths in Real Life
Do you like Maths?
Math is used in everyday activities. When we you buy groceries, whenever we choose whether to buy a big or a small package of a specific product.
When was the last time you used maths? In sports? At the supermarket?
What was the operation you used?
Slice a pizza , and we get fractions
The pizza in the picture was sliced in 8. Therefore, each slice represents 1/8 of the whole. The top number says how many slices we have and the botton number how many equal slices the pizza was cut into.
Ask your child to take a picture of another fraction example (e.g. chocolate bars)
Identifying Geometric Shapes in the real world
A window, a credit card, a stop sign, a bicycle tyre, shapes are all around us.
Ask your child to indenfiy some shapes in the house and take a picture. You can also ask him to build an animal shape using different geometric shapes as in Tangram puzzles
Probability is the branch of mathas that studies the numerical description of how likely an event is to occur. If we toss a coin 100 times, we could expect to get 50 X heads (½). But we could get heads 48 or 55 times. In most cases the number will be close to 50, though. Toss a coin 20 X. How many times did you get heads? Was it close to 10?