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Week of the Young Child

April 13 - 17 is Week of the Young Child! This means celebrating our young children, Birth to age 8!

The Week of the Young Child is an annual celebration hosted by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) celebrating early learning, young children, their teachers and families.

Even though we can't physically be with our students in our classrooms, let's plan a way to virtually connect with them and their families!

These are designated themes for the week! Share via social media: @CanutilloISD @love2teachpk2 #WOYC20 --don't forget to also tag your campus!

Monday: Music Monday (Sing, dance, celebrate, and learn)

  • Learn a new song! Play your favorite song and dance together!
  • Make up and record your own unique version of a song or write your own, and share it.

Tuesday: Tasty Tuesday (Healthy eating and fitness at home)

  • Create your own healthy snacks and share the recipes and photos of your creations. 

Wednesday: Work Together Wednesday (Work together, build together, learn together)When children build together they explore math and science concepts and develop their social and early literacy skills.

  • Children can use any building material—from a fort of branches on the playground to a block city in the classroom, or a hideaway made from couch pillows at home.
  • Build and share pictures of children’s creations.

Thursday: Artsy Thursday (Think, problem solve, create)

  • Celebrate the joy and learning children experience when engaged in creative art making.
  • Use any materials— from crayons to paint, clay to crafts!
  • Paint a rock and place it in a special place in the garden.

Friday: Family Friday (Sharing family stories, Take a virtual field trip together, Have a picnic - in the living room, or in the backyard)

  • March of the Stuffed Animals: Activities for a Fun Family Night 
  • https://www.naeyc.org/resources/pubs/tyc/oct2017/march-stuffed-animals-activities-fun-family 

You can also find resources on the NAEYC website.
https://www.naeyc.org/events/woyc/plan-your-event