There's nothing better than a great big smile! And do you know what helps a great big smile? Clean teeth and fresh breath. All it takes is just four minutes every day. Two minutes in the morning and two minutes before bed. Don't you think a happy smile is worth a few minutes every day? To help you remember healthy habits for your teeth, Paco has created a new Read & Find Dentist Edition! Can you find all the toothy treasures?
'They sure are handy
when you smile
So keep your teeth
around a while! '
Paco showed off one of his favorite talents this week, did you get his postcard? He looked like quite the rock star for his talent show performance. He had such a great time he made an On the Go Talent Show for you to use where-ever you want. At home, at school, at the park, or even in the dark! Talent shows can be whatever you want.
Grab a few friends or family members and print the worksheets below to get the show started! What will your talent be? Share your ideas with Paco in the comments below.
Have fun and good luck!
Paco learned so much about hockey this week at his first hockey game! Have you ever played or watched hockey? It is definitely the greatest game on ice. Paco made a new Word Search to teach you some words about hockey.
Print the activity sheet below and see how many of the hockey words you can find. Don't forget that the words can go backwards too! Have fun.
From ants to shadows and beakers to shooting stars, science includes a little bit of everything! This week Paco took his science knowledge to the next level and he did his very first experiment. Things went pretty well overall, click play on the video below to see for yourself! Then print out Paco's latest Read & Find to see if you can circle all the special science stuff.
Paco had an awesome day at the beach playing volleyball in the sand. What a brilliant way to spend the last days of summer! Beach volleyball requires a lot of counting to keep score. It was a great trick to get Paco thinking about math again.
Are you ready to get your math skills going to? Just print Paco's Volleyball Math Puzzle and have some fun with numbers. Can you match all the squares correctly to reveal the beach scene?
School has started in a lot of places both virtually and in person. Luckily, in some places, the summer weather is still here for us to enjoy. Paco had a great day this week when he visited a water park. It was his one and only visit to a water park this year and, "It was glorious," Paco said! Were you able to swim or play at a water park this summer?
Keep the summer alive with Paco's Water Park Matching Game. Print the activity sheet below, cut out the pictures, and splash right into a fun matching game. Then watch Paco swim in one of his favorite vocabulary videos. Oh how Paco just loves to swim...
Paco saw an amazing display of hot air balloons this week. So many beautiful colors across the sky. Seeing those big balloons in the air got Paco thinking about where the hot air balloon came from... so he asked some questions!
Turns out the first hot air balloon to carry a person was made in France for a King and Queen all the way back in 1783. Paco also learned who the first passengers were to take flight in the hot air balloon before the person did. He would have never guessed but it was a sheep, a duck, and a rooster! What a sight that must've been.
Ready to have some fun with patterns and balloons in Paco's latest What Comes Next? activity. Check out the Hot Air Balloon edition to see if you can finish all the patterns in the worksheet below.
Paco loves a nice day outside on a trail hike. It's a great way to get exercise and explore nature at the same time. When you pay attention on any good hike there are many interesting finds and beautiful colors to be seen. To share some of Paco's favorite sights he created a Nature Trail Scavenger Hunt. The items on the list below are some that Paco sees when he's out in nature. Print the list of items to take with you next time you explore... How many of the items can you find?
Ready for another fun filled nature activity? Find yourself some paper and make squares. Then, follow the directions in Paco's Nature Origami to create one of the awesome animals. Be sure to take your time and fold carefully. Have fun.
Share your creations in the comments section below or on Paco's Facebook Page.
Do you know what "fore" means in golf? It means: look out, there's a golf ball in the air! Paco played mini-golf this week. He did not have to use the warning word, fore. He kept his focus on a hole in one! Have you ever got a hole in one? That's when you hit the ball in with one shot. It doesn't happen very often but when it does, it sure is amazing!
Help Paco get a hole in one with his latest maze activity. Just download the worksheet below to get started.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away. That's how the old saying goes anyway. While an apple may not really keep all doctors away, eating fruits and vegetables everyday is a good idea! Regular visits with your doctors to help you stay healthy is good too.
Paco had a visit with an eye doctor this week. He's lucky to have nearly perfect eye sight. Have you ever had an eye test? Give Paco's differences challenge a try and see if you can find all the differences in the pictures. Just print the activity sheet below to get started!