Tutoring was really fun! I'm not sure how well I did, but the kids and the parents were very kind if I messed up :)
I wanted to share my math supplement
(a + b) + c = a + (b + c). Before class, I put one of the sheets and the candies (2 orange, 3 blue, 5 green, but you can obviously use any color) in a ziplock baggie. Then we took moved the candies around to do 5 + 5 and 2 +8. Either way it's 10!
The woman that I subbed for also left an activity. It was a printout with the two laws in a much larger font, and then she cut out parenthesis from construction paper for the kids to glue in the appropriate places.
For my afternoon class, I decided that we would do something that "followed" our history sentence a little. I brought giant bags of recycling and some boxes, along with tape, glue, markers, tin foil, and whatever else I could dig up. Then I tasked the kids with creating a rover to explore a new planet I made up. I provided them with some printouts of the Mars Rover and some guiding questions (How will it get to the planet, how will it move on the planet, what information will it collect and how, how will it communicate with earth) and then I turned them lose in teams.