Friday, April 17

Welcome to the Cyber Club!

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Arts & Science

  • ‘Catch That Firefly’ with Jazz at Lincoln Center Musicians
    • Claves are wooden sticks used to produce rhythm. They are played in either a 2‐3 or 3‐2 pattern, called Clave.
    • The Clave Rhythm is the basic defining rhythm of Afro‐Cuban Jazz.
    • By acting out a story, students identify the 3‐2 Clave Rhythm. They then apply their own rhythm to an everyday act, such as washing dishes or doing laundry.
  • Activity: Try singing “catch that firefly” along with the musicians when they start playing.


  • Reading: ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’
  • Knowledge Hour: Take this time to work on your packets from school.
  • Adventure Man and the Counting Quest: Join Adventure Man as he races to find the hidden treasure before his arch nemesis, the sinister Mr. Thief gets to it first! You’ll put your knowledge of multiples and skip-counting to the test as you make your way through swamps, canyons, and temples in this exhilarating counting quest. Will Adventure Man get to the treasure in time or is he doomed to meet his untimely demise?
  • Virtual Field Trip: Tour to the Sun

Character & Citizenship

  • Get Comfortable with Being UncomfortableLuvvie Ajayi talks about the importance of being yourself and not being afraid to speak up for the things that you believe in.  
  • Inspirational Video12-year-old Demarjay Smith, aka the Young Jamaican Trainer, is one of the most motivating people you’ll ever meet. He truly lives out his motto of “No Days Off”; let’s take a look at what an average day is like for this young leader.  
  • Outro

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