Weekly Newsletter

Date: Mar-19, 2023

This Week’s Theme – Spring

Spring is a time of renewal and growth, a season that inspires us to embrace change and look forward to new beginnings. As the winter snows melt away and the first buds of green appear, we are reminded that the natural world is full of surprises and beauty. This week, we celebrate the arrival of spring with a series of activities and recommendations that capture the spirit of this special time of year.

With longer days and warmer temperatures, spring is a great time to get outside and explore the world around us. From gardening and hiking to picnicking and birdwatching, there are so many ways to connect with nature and appreciate the changing seasons. We’ll provide some tips for making the most of your time outdoors and enjoying the fresh air and sunshine.

Free Puzzle of the Week – Weather

weather trivia quiz

Quote of the Week

“Spring is nature’s way of saying, ‘Let’s party!”

– Robin Williams

Book Recommendation

“The Secret Garden” by Frances Hodgson Burnett

“The Secret Garden” is a beloved classic of children’s literature that has been enchanting readers for over a century. The story follows the journey of Mary Lennox, a young orphan girl who is sent to live with her uncle in a dreary old mansion on the English moors. As Mary explores the sprawling estate, she discovers a hidden garden that has been locked up and neglected for years. With the help of a local boy and a friendly robin, Mary sets out to bring the garden back to life and heal the broken spirits of those around her.

This timeless tale of hope, friendship, and the transformative power of nature is a must-read for children and adults alike. With beautiful descriptions of the natural world and memorable characters that come to life on the page, “The Secret Garden” is a story that will capture your heart and inspire your imagination.

“Is the spring coming?” he said. “What is it like?”…
“It is the sun shining on the rain and the rain falling on the sunshine, and things pushing up and working under the earth,” said Mary.

This quote captures the essence of the book’s themes of growth and renewal, as well as the beauty of nature’s cycles. It’s a reminder that even in the darkest of times, there is always the possibility of new life and hope.

Suggested Activity

For a classroom activity this week, consider having your students plant seeds and watch them grow. You could provide each student with a small container, some soil, and a few seeds, and have them care for their plant over the course of the next few weeks. This activity will not only teach your students about the science of plant growth, but also provide them with a tangible reminder of the power of renewal and growth.

Dad Joke of the Week

Why do bees have sticky hair?

Because they use honeycombs!

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