Check in with Mrs. Solis

Hello Ridgeview Friends!  I have been thinking of you all and really miss talking with you!  I hope that you are safe, happy and enjoying this time at home learning and connecting with your family.   If you would like to check in, feel free to click on this link and send me a private note.  I can even call you as long as the adult who cares for you says it's OK.   You can also email me at where you can send me an email, attach a picture or even send a video.  Stay in touch. I wish you well!

Don't forget to practice good digital citizenship!

Practicing good digital citizenship keeps us safe. What does it mean to be a good digital citizen?


  • Think before you post.

  • Protect your private information.

  • Stand up to cyberbullying. If someone is saying hurtful things to you or someone you know, report it to an adult right away.

  • Remember, anything you search for or post online is permanent. It never goes away even if you delete it.

  • Follow the school's rules and guidelines when it comes to your iPad or Chromebook.

  • Do not accept friend requests or "talk" to anyone online that you haven't met in person.

  • Communicate WITH people rather than talk ABOUT them.

  • Respect yourself and others. Be kind online. 

Make Believe

It's so fun to use our imaginations!!

Click on each picture to get the printable.  These comics are credited to Make Beliefs Comix by Bill Zimmerman.  

Fun and Games!

Are you looking for something fun to do?  Here are some ideas:

You are unique and special! Click to check out this activity.

1. Put some Skittles in a cup or bowl. 2. When it is your turn, choose one skittle. 3. Answer the question of the color you chose. 4. Then, it is someone else's turn. Click to get the Kindness Skittles Game.

Click here to print. You can draw your own mandalas and come up with your own mantras too,

How cool is this?! Click on it for the website to learn how.

I-Spy-emoji. Click on it to print.

If you don't have sand, you could use salt. Click here to get instructions.

Try this photo scavenger hunt. Click here for a larger picture.

Looks like fun! Find a picture in a magazine and create your own.

Wait for a sunny day! Click here and go to the website for more directions.

Toilet paper rolls, paint and paper is all you need. 1.Cut your petals, 2. Dip in paint, 3. Stamp onto the paper. Beautiful!

Added week of 4/13/20


by Pharrell Williams/Kidz Bop

Watch and listen to this song!

  • How do YOU feel when listening to this song?

  • Did it make you want to dance or move?

  • How can we tell or show people that we are happy?

  • What brings you happiness?

ACTIVITY: Make a list of your favorite songs and next to it add the emotion you feel when you hear it! 

Did you know?

  • Challenges help us to become stronger.

  • It's OK to make mistakes.  This is how we learn and grow.

  • We can teach our minds how to be smarter and stronger. 

  • When we face challenges and persevere, our minds become stronger.

  • It's OK to feel scared when things are difficult.

Think about... 

  • How do you make your mind stronger everyday?

  • What is a challenge that you are going through right now?

  • Tell yourself 5 things that you love about yourself (confidence in yourself helps build your mind stronger)

  • What are some things we can do at home to strengthen our mind and body?

My Strong Mind 

by Niels Van Hove

Don't give up...

A motivational short video about trying again and again

How do you like to relax?   Here are just a few ideas.  How many can you come up with?

Just Breathe.

  • Draw or color.  You could make a picture for someone you care about.

  • Go outside to walk or play. 

  • Sit quietly and notice all the sounds around you. 

  • Make some art.  Use some of the objects around your house (like cardboard, straws, play-doh, crayons, and more) to create something interesting. Just have fun with it.  

  • Play with your pet.

  • Think about 5 things you are grateful for. 

  • Listen or dance to music.

Count on Me by Bruno Mars

Help your friends count on you, even when we have to stay home!


Think about:

How does this song and video make you feel?


Count on me:

  1. Draw pictures to post in your window. Friends who are out on a walk can look for them.

  2. Draw a card for a friend.

  3. Text or email a friend to let them know that you are thinking about them.

  4. Ask an adult to help you, if needed. 

You are not alone!

While we are all away from each other and missing our friends, I want you to remember that you are not alone!  Even though we are not able to spend time together right now, we can stay connected in our minds and in our hearts.  The Invisible String is a story about two children who learn about "the invisible string".  It is an imaginary string that you can't see or touch but it is there to remind us that we are connected to one another through LOVE and friendship. 

Take a Deep Breathe.  Relax.  You got this! 

All feelings are OK.  Whether you are worried, angry, stressed, sad or frustrated, you can take care of your feelings, ride that emotional wave, and relax.  Try one of these meditations. Find a quiet place, close your eyes if you feel like it, and listen.  You are safe. You are loved.   

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Learn More About the Coronavirus

Click on this button                    for a story called The Story of the Oyster and the Butterfly
or watch this video

Keep checking back for more cool stuff!

Ridgeview Elementary 

701 Thornton Street

Liberty, MO 64068

(816) 736-5450

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