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>#67: Going on a Picnic

>The more people playing, the more challenging this game becomes. One person starts by saying, “I’m going on a picnic and I am taking a…” (say something they are going to bring). The next person then repeats the sentence and adds something they are bringing. For example: Person one: “I am going on a picnic

>#66: Listen to New Music

> Tune into a radio station you normally don’t listen to, or pick out a CD you’ve never listened to. There are lots of different types of music: Classical Rap/Hip Hop Pop Blues Jazz Country Rock and Roll Baroque Alternative Reggae Middle Eastern New Age Latin World Marching Bands Folk Electronic Blue Grass AfricanIndustrial Children’s

>#65: Look for the First Robin of Spring

> The 20th was the first day of Spring. Have you seen the first Robin of Spring yet? Take a look around outside–do you see one? If you don’t have Robins where you live, what are some of the first signs of Spring where you live? This activity promotes season identification and visual identification skills.