Wonderful Activities for Children to Choose!
Bingo (recommend for4-year-olds-1st grade, some may need adult tech assistance) – Cecelia Follman with Miryam Follman
Challenging Puzzles #1 – Chess (all ages, best for those already familiar with chess) – Daniel Davis and Liam Watts
Challenging Puzzles #2 – Sudoku (all ages) – Daniel Davis and Liam Watts
Challenging Puzzles #3 – Crossword (all ages) – Daniel Davis and Liam Watts
Coloring * (recommended for 2nd-3rd grade) – Samara Brown – special supplies needed
Cookie Decorating, Advanced * (recommended for 4th-6th grade) – Eden Rose with Tyler Kravitz – special supplies needed
Cookie Decorating, Easy * (all ages, younger children may need adult assistance) – Eden Rose with Tyler Kravitz – special supplies needed
Faux Face Paint (recommend for 3-year-olds-1st grade) – Soshana Bittker and Dahlia Segal
JustDance (recommend for 3-year-olds-2nd grade)- Sofia Jacobson and Gabby Strauss
Kahoot * (recommended for 3rd-5th grade) – Chloe Kohl and Sarina Metsch – special supplies needed
Name That Tune (recommended for 3rd-6th grade) – Arielle Goldman and Hallie Gordon
Pet Show (all ages) – Arielle Goldman and Hallie Gordon
Pictionary with a Twist (recommended for 3-year-olds-2nd grade) – Emily Alder and Alex Watts
Recycled Water Bottle Gragger Craft * – Annie Siegel (all ages, younger children may need adult assistance) – special supplies needed
Scavenger Hunt (recommended for 4-year-olds-2nd grade, younger children may need adult assistance) – Sophie Cook and Marley Horowitz
Simon Says (recommended for 3-year-olds-1st grade) – Lev Chargo and Elliot Saiontz
Storytime (recommended for 3-year-olds-1st grade) – Allie Waxman
Joining a Breakout Room on Zoom
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After our Time Flies Circus performance featuring performer Ellie Steingraeber, children will choose a series of three games or activities led by our teens. Activities will be in Zoom breakout rooms, which you will “self-select.”
In self-select breakout rooms, participants can enter and leave breakout rooms freely.
Joining a breakout room
- Click the Breakout Rooms option in your meeting controls.
This will display the list of open breakout rooms created by the host.
- Click Join next to the Breakout Room you wish to participant in, then confirm by clicking Join again.
- Repeat as necessary to join other breakout rooms, or click Leave Room to return to the main session.
Asking for help
If you click Ask for Help, it will notify the meeting host that you need assistance and they will be asked to join your breakout room.
- Click Ask for Help in the meeting controls.
- Confirm that you would like assistance by clicking Invite Host.
Leaving the breakout room
You can leave the breakout room and return to the main meeting session at any time, or you can leave the meeting entirely from the breakout room.
- Click Leave Breakout Room.
- Choose if you want to leave the breakout room or the entire meeting.
- When the host ends the breakout rooms, you will be notified and given the option to return to the main room immediately, or in 60 seconds.
* Special Supplies and Equipment
Coloring (recommended for 2nd-3rd grade): Print these coloring sheets. Colored pencils, crayons, markers.
Cookie Decorating, Advanced (recommended for 4th-6th grade): Click here for list with links to buy supplies on Amazon (You will need royal icing and cookies, which you can make or buy in advance, and supplies.)
Cookie Decorating, Easy (all ages, younger children may need adult assistance): Cookies (any premade sugar cookie is fine), Your favorite frosting, Sprinkles or any other decorations you like
Intro to Juggling (4th-6th grade, only): Participants bring their own juggling balls or items, you can use socks, tennis balls, fruit or anything you can throw in the air that won’t break! We will also use plastic grocery bags to learn a different type of juggling.
Kahoot (recommended for 3rd-5th grade): Second computer device, tablet, or smartphone.
Recycled Water Bottle Gragger Craft (all ages, younger children may need adult assistance): Empty water bottle (or jar) with screw top lid; rice, beans, other grain to make sound; Colorful old magazines (recycled) or other colored paper; scissors; glue or tape; and other decorating supplies could include paint, buttons, glitter, feathers, stickers, ribbon, etc.