The “Can Do” Kids, burst into the computer lab just as Miss Pat was putting the finishing touches on the Halloween games she promised them in home room that morning.
“Take your seats at your computer stations and beginning playing the Halloween matching games,” said Miss Pat.
The “Can Dos” scrambled to get to their seats and followed Miss Pat’s directions to find the Halloween games.
Why not play along? Just go to the “Can Do”: Club House, choose games and choose Halloween games.
Have fun with the Halloween Games!
Miss Pat asked,”Do you know that animals have homes”?
Some of the “Can Dos” looked confused, then Hector raised his hand and said,” Yeah, cats and dogs and fish and gerbils and hamsters make their homes with us, because they are our pets.” He looked so proud of himself and the class all nodded their heads in approval.
Miss Pat smiled and said, “Well, you are right, Hector, but I was speaking of animals that are not pets. I am referring to animals that live outdoors or in the water.”
Orrie raised his hand and When Miss Pat called on him, he said,” Cows live on a farm.” Miss Pat nodded, “That’s right, Orrie, they live on a farm but what do they live in on the farm? Where to they stay when it is raining or cold or when it is night time and time for sleep.”?
Willie raised his hand and said, ” They live in a barn on the farm.”
“Excellent,” said Miss Pat,”There are so many animals and they all have homes. So let’s go to our computers and play two new games I made for you. They are both about animals and where they live.”
Once the “Can Dos” were at their computers, Miss Pat gave them them directions for finding and playing the two new matching games. She reminded them that these games would help with vocabulary building and spelling as well as helping them learn where the animals live.
Why don’t you play along boys and girls at home? Just follow these directions from Miss Pat.
- Go to the “Can Do” club house
- Choose games
- Play the games called Animal Homes and Animals in Water
Take the quiz below with a parent and see how much you know about what to do in case of a home fire.
The Home Fire Safety Quiz Part 1
1. Does your family have a plan for being safe if a fire broke out in your house/apt?__________
2. How will you get out of the house/apt?__________________________________________
3. Do you have at least two ways of getting out of the house/apt to safety?
4. Where will you meet up with your family?________________________________________
5. Circle where you need smoke detectors in your home: top of stairs bedrooms basement closet back door
6. Circle how often you need to test you smoke alarms: 1x a wk 1x a month 1x every 6 mos.
7. Circle how often you need to change the batteries in your smoke alarms: 1x per mo. 1x per year
8. Where do you need a fire extinguisher?____________________________________________
9. Do you need/can you use a ladder rope to get to safety?______________________________
10. What room(s) need a ladder rope?________________________________________________
11. Do you practice home fire drills?__________________________________________________
12. Why is having a fire drill in the evening the best time to have a drill?_____________________
Be sure to check our next post when we look at how you can help to keep your home or apartment safe by finding and fixing any fire hazards you might have in your home.
The “Can Do” Kids learned from Nurse Diane that there are two drinks that are best for them and they should drink them most often. What two drinks they do you think they are?
Milk and water Water and juice
Milk and milk shakes Water and diet soda
Why do we need to drink milk?
Why do we need to drink water?
When is it okay to have soda?
Is it a good idea to have a milk shake every day?
Annie plays basketball and Hector skateboards. Jay is a pro at ping pong and Nellie and Kathy jump rope. Yundi and Wendy ride bikes. Maria walks a mile every day. Willie and Jay play baseball in the warm weather and ice skate in winter. Orrie uses a wheelchair but that doesn’t stop him from being physically fit. He swims and plays wheelchair basketball.
What do you do to stay physically fit?
On “Can Do” Street the kids limit their time watching TV and playing video and computer games to one hour a day. They play outdoors when the weather is nice for about an hour after school and a couple of hours each day on the weekend. They do their homework before they watch TV or use the computer. They also have time for chores like setting the table or emptying the trash, or feeding a pet. Playing nicely with a brother or sister is also something they do.
How do you spend your time after school and on weekends?
To be physically fit you need to be active. SO…be a “Can Do” Kid…figure out what activity you like and then go do it!