Splash Into Summer!
- Grades: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8
Wrap up the year with these fun and motivating activties in a variety of curriculum areas.
Then, send them off with the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge to help set a new world record for summer reading!
Lesson Plans and Activities
Chinese Tangrams, the Big Snake (a game from Ghana), and other fun games from around the world
Children engage in educational activities related to Native American culture, including a guessing game and dream or wish analyzation.
Use this lesson plan to teach about plant roots, stems, leaves, and flowers through direct observation and diagramming.
How do the Magic School Bus kids communicate where nectar flowers are? By dancing like bees! Challenge your kids to dance the Honey-Bee-Bop to communicate the location of hidden flowers.
Pusa at aso means "cat and dog" in the Filipino language of Tagalog. This game is guaranteed to get students' blood pumping and teaches children how to work together to have fun.
Children choose favorite songs, create a group songbook, and have a sing-along with family members at an end-of-the-year celebration.
Go outside and celebrate the end of the school year with these fabulous Field Day activities.
Give children time to explore the outdoors to foster emotional connections with nature and develop respect for the environment.
This learning activity provides a method for students to explore the properties of air, water, color, and light.
Help your students develop concentration and quick reflexes with this fun physical activity that has its roots in ancient Greece!
These fun outdoor activities will help children build their analytical and creative-thinking skills. Plus, tips for continuing the learning.
This year's theme is Reading Under the Stars. Discover free resources for schools, book lists, teacher and student sweepstakes, and more.
This interactive tool creates quick writing prompts to help young students delve into creative writing.
A collection of fun online activities and resources to introduce your students to the world of insects and bugs.