Around The World in 80 Days
“It is often said that life is a journey, and it’s true. But sometimes it’s hard to know which path to follow, when signs point in so many directions.”
Today, the kids talked about the night sky and Northern and Southern Hemispheres. They read the book, The North Star.
They received their first 2 stamps in their passports. One for being here and one for journaling their travels, today they journaled about the book they read.
Each kid today had to figure out their Zodiac sign and where it is in the sky. Their stamp for their passports was their Zodiac stamp.
We encourage you to have your kids read EVERY day.
If you are not enrolled in our After-School Program you can still participate in reading Around The World in 80 Days.
Here are Miss Sherry’s reads on Sora to get you started:
Continents: What You Need To Know by Jill Sherman
Earth’s Continents by Todd Bluthenthal
Try and keep up with Miss Sherry!
As we make our way through Jules Verne’s Around The World in 80 Days, I encourage you as a family to jump in on the excitement. PBS is now featuring a new series starring David Tennant. PBS Around The World In 80 Days
Add this series to your weekly family watching.
We encourage you at home if you are making your way Around the World in the next 80 Days send us your pictures. You don’t have to be in DRC to enjoy our travels. Travel with us, share what you learn.