Be sure to scroll all the way down to the Special Days section where you’ll find a fun activity you can do each day of the week.
Last week I suggested that you cook your lunch outdoors using the power of the sun. This week, you can do some other experiments that use the sun’s energy in some interesting ways.
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The first three inspiring videos encourage players to do some tricks with dice and a cup, and the fourth will having you looking at math in a fun new way.
Learn How To Stack Dice
les – Cool Math Riddles –
July 15: Zoo Keeper Week Begins – Choose an animal to learn about this week.
July 16: Explorer Roald Amundsen born 1872 – Learn about this interesting man. When you get to the site, you can read the page yourself or listen to it by scrolling down to the “Activities” section, then click on ‘Listen to a recorded reading of this page‘.
July 17: World Emoji Day – Have a little fun with emojis by creating a message with them and give it to someone to decipher. You can make up a letter code to solve with them and give it to someone to solve as well.
July 18: Astronaut John Glenn born 1921 – Visit NASA to learn more about one of the first men to orbit the earth. You can watch this documentary too.
July 19: Physicist/Astronomer Edward Charles Pickering born 1846 – Learn about Pickering and observe the night sky. You can download a free sky-map here.
🌑🌕July 20: 1st Moon Landing/Walk 1969 – Learn about the phases of the moon and visit NASA for more information about this event.
July 21: Monkey Day – Watch a documentary about the famous Scopes Monkey Trial. The trial was decided on this day in 1925.