June 2020 Activities

  1. June is Aquarium Month! What kinds of animals live in saltwater?
  2. It is also Pride Month! Talk with your child about diversity and acceptance of all people for who they are.
  3. What three words rhyme with ‘June?’
  4. I spy … something speckled! What speckled things can your child see around them?
  5. World Environment Day. Do something good for the planet with your child today.
  6. What is your child’s favorite part of summer?
  7. What kinds of animals love the hot weather?
  8. Best Friends Day! What makes your child’s best friend so special?
  9. Can your child think of three things that help them feel happy?
  10. Write a funny and dramatic scene for you and your child to perform.
  11. Do 30 jumping jacks with your child.
  12. I spy … something shimmery! What shimmery things can your child see around them?
  13. What is your child’s favorite way to relax, and why?
  14. Tell your child a memory from a summer when you were their age!
  15. National Nature Photography Day! Go outside with a camera phone or camera and take some pictures of nature with your child.
  16. Fresh Veggies Day! Cook your child’s favorite vegetables today.
  17. Can your child come up with a phrase that rhymes with, ‘June is sunny?’
  18. What color do you get when you mix red and green together?
  19. What kinds of animals might you see in the Pacific Ocean?
  20. Summer Solstice! (aka the longest day of the year!)
  21. What is your child’s best animal impression?
  22. Do ten pushups with your child.
  23. Write a poem with your child.
  24. I spy … something golden! What golden things can your child see around them?
  25. Do 15 high knee tuck jumps with your child.
  26. Can your child name ten countries?
  27. Family stretch time. Do five minutes of stretching with your family.
  28. Take a walk outside with your child.
  29. Sing some karaoke with your child.
  30. What are three goals you and your child would like to accomplish in July?
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