Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn. -Benjamin Franklin ( author, printer, political theorist, postmaster, scientist, inventor, diplomat, one of the Founding Fathers of USA.)
Some of theWork Submitted by boys to earn EXP!
Ways to earn Boys Club EXP!
Read for 60 total minutes this week! That is less than 10 minutes a day! (Ideas of things to read: picture book, chapter book, a magazine, an article, a blog post, a comic book, a graphic novel, a menu, a bulletin board, and more!)
Write a paragraph about something you did this week! Did you go somewhere fun? Did you hang out with relatives? Did you stay home and play outside? Were you trapped inside because it was raining? Remember A paragraph has 5-7 sentences!
Attend a Library program or activity! Now tell us about it! You get to choose how you will tell the rest of Boys Club what you did and where (It is okay if you went to a different library!) Draw a picture, write a paragraph, or give a 30 second oral presentation!
Write a review of something you have read! Use the Reader Review sheet to write about what you’ve been reading lately!
Complete the Weekly Boys Club Challenge! Every week, at the end of Boys Club, Sarah Jean will issue a new Challenge!
Write a poem! Write any style poem about any subject!
Complete a Handwriting Practice Page! Practice writing neatly! Printing or Cursive! D'nealian or Manuscript! You can use a page of your own or one of ours!
Write a Thank You to Abed Orthodontics for sponsoring Boys Club! A letter, a card, or a note - Dr. Abed is our sponsor this summer!
Sun Up late Music at the park Monkey in the middle Evening camp fires Running 1 mile
5. Weekly Challenges *Read a whole book before the next Monday *Finish an activity we didn't get to that day *The Summer Alphabet Challenge:
Adventure Boy's Club Cat Dog Eat outside Family Grammy Harry Potter Invite friends Jacob Kit-Kats Lemonade Monopoly New friends Outings Popsicles Quilt Running Swimming Typewriter Upper Peninsula Volleyball Wiffleball eXercise Yell Zoo
Awesome Neptune Best Open Cool Pen Delicious Quilt Excellent Run Fantastic States Good Text Hilarious Up Iguana Venus June Wii Kool X-ray Liam Yo-Yo Mail Zebra
4. Write a Review of Something you read A Boys Club Reading Review by L I read Too Tall Houses written by Gianna Marino It is Fiction. The genre is fiction. I read about a rabbit and an owl having a fight about rabbit growing his food and owl seeing the forest. I would recommend this to little children 7 and lower. I give this book a rating of 3 Stars (out of 5)!