Anytime is Learning Time

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Anytime is Learning Time.

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The PBS KIDS logo is a registered mark of the Public Broadcasting Service and is used with permission. All characters and underlying materials (including artwork) © Mark Brown. “Arthur” and “D.W.” and all of the ARTHUR characters are trademarks of Marc Brown. © 2014 WGBH. ARTHUR airs daily on PBS KIDS. National corporate funding is provided by Chuck E. Cheese’s®. FOR PROMOTIONAL USE ONLY. “Martha” and underlying materials (including artwork) from the “Martha” books are trademarks and copyrights of Susan Meddaugh and used under license. ©2014 WGBH Educational Foundation. Martha Speaks airs daily on PBS KIDS. National corporate sponsorship is provided by Chuck E. Cheese’s® and ABCmouse.com. Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood ©2014 The Fred Rogers Company.

My Favorite Adventure What was your favorite adventure this summer? Where did you go? What did you do? Write or draw it below.

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I Read It! Encourage your child to share their thoughts about books they read on their own, or books that you read together. Have your child draw a picture based on the book in the space provided, and then fill in the “My Review” section. If your child is not yet writing, work with them to write their book reviews.

My Book Book Title: Author:

My Review What I liked best about this book: How I felt after reading this book:

I would recommend this book: yes or no (circle one)

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Summer Memory Book Art Supplies Washable markers, crayons or pencils Hole punch

Directions: Help your kids enjoy the fun of summer, even when summer’s over with these memory books. Working

Paper

together you can create books which document some of

Ribbon or string

your family’s favorite summer experiences. 1. Recollect: Have your children think of important events from this summer. They can be things that took place at school or camp, at home, on trips, with friends, etc. 2. Create: Distribute art supplies and paper so your children can illustrate their favorite memories. 3. Write: Ask children to dictate captions to go with their pictures. 4. Collect: Using paper fasteners, bind the pages together into books. (Create a book for each child, or a collective volume.) Let your children choose the titles. 5. Talk About It: Encourage your children to share their memory book stories with friends or other family members.

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The PBS KIDS logo is a registered mark of Public Broadcasting Service and is used with permission. All characters and underlying materials (including artwork) © Mark Brown. “Arthur” and “D.W.” and all of the ARTHUR characters are trademarks of Marc Brown. © 2014 WGBH. ARTHUR airs daily on PBS KIDS. National corporate funding is provided by Chuck E. Cheese’s. FOR PROMOTIONAL USE ONLY.

My Creature Adventure Instructions: Anyone can write their own creature adventure. You just need to choose your creature, choose a setting (where the adventure takes place), and decide on the plot (what happens to the creature in the setting). Try for yourself!

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Extra! Extra! Share the News Instructions: A news story is a story about something that really happened. You can share your own news story here. Just think of something that happened today and explain: who it happened to, what happened, when it happened, where it happened, and why it happened. Then, use this space to write or draw an illustration of your news story so you can share the news with someone you know.

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The PBS KIDS logo is a registered mark of Public Broadcasting Service and is used with permission. All characters and underlying materials (including artwork) © Mark Brown. “Arthur” and “D.W.” and all of the ARTHUR characters are trademarks of Marc Brown. © 2014 WGBH. ARTHUR airs daily on PBS KIDS. National corporate funding is provided by Chuck E. Cheese’s. FOR PROMOTIONAL USE ONLY. “Martha” and underlying materials (including artwork) from the “Martha” books are trademarks and copyrights of Susan Meddaugh and used under license. ©2014 WGBH Educational Foundation. Martha Speaks airs daily on PBS KIDS. National corporate sponsorship is provided by Chuck E. Cheese’s® and ABCmouse.com.

Letter to Arthur

_______________________ Arthur, (Dear, Hey, What’s up, Earth to)

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____. ________________________________________ day) (do cartwheels, do homework, throw a party,

watch it every

_ shows was when

____ One of ____________________________ the silliest) (the funniest, the strangest, my favorite,

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_____________________. ____________________________ a picky eater, I am quite intelligent) (I wear glasses, I believe in aliens, I am

_____________? ____________________________ By the way ________________ book, can you juggle) te favori your what’s you, are l anima of what kind (when’s your birthday,

___, ____________________________ rely) (Love, Your friend, Over and out, Since

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(Your name)

_________________! ________________________ P.S. ____________________you Ask a question...) joke. funny a Tell e. want! Draw a pictur (Fill in the blank with whatever

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The PBS KIDS logo is a registered mark of the Public Broadcasting Service and is used with permission. All characters and underlying materials (including artwork) © Mark Brown. “Arthur” and “D.W.” and all of the ARTHUR characters are trademarks of Marc Brown. © 2014 WGBH. ARTHUR airs daily on PBS KIDS. National corporate funding is provided by Chuck E. Cheese’s®. FOR PROMOTIONAL USE ONLY.

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Reading List There’s so much to explore when you think about where you’ve been, where you are now and where you might be tomorrow. These books can help you can your child explore the ways we learn about and share stories and information about the past, the present and the future.

Dinosaur Bones

by Aliki

This book's clear text and attractive illustrations make it an exciting introduction to the discovery of fossils and the study of dinosaurs. This is a great addition to the library of a dinosaur lover. Ages: Preschool – Third Grade

From Caterpillar to Butterfly

by Deborah Heiligman

Your child will love reading about metamorphosis with this easy nonfiction book. Simple text supported by clear and distinct illustrations make the life cycle of the butterfly engaging and understandable. Ages: Kindergarten – First Grade

I'm Growing!

by Aliki

Aliki's trademark illustrations and simple text explain how and why we grow. Share this book with your child and explore how muscles and bones develop. Ages: Preschool – First Grade

It's Disgusting and We Ate It!: True Food Facts From Around the World and Throughout History By James Solheim This book is filled with outrageous stories, facts, and fascinating tidbits about food from around the world. If your child has an interest in unique historical facts, this is the book for him. Ages: Kindergarten – Third Grade

What's It Like To Be A...Newspaper Reporter

by Janet Craig

Follow along with a newspaper reporter as he covers different assignments and describes the activities of others who work at the newspaper office. Ages: Second – Third Grade

The Watcher: Jane Goodall's Life with the Chimps

by Jeanette Winter

From acclaimed picture book biographer Jeanette Winter, this book follows Jane from her childhood in London watching a robin on her windowsill, to her years in the African forests and her effort save these and their habitat. Ages: Preschool – Third Grade

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