v TeachersPayTeachers.com is a resource used by teachers but can also be accessed by parents. It provides free materials or packets that can be purchased to review Kindergarten and First Grade skills.
v LearningGamesForKids.com has games for different abilities and interests.
v starfall.com, abcya.com are free sites that provide educational games and activities. abcmouse.com is also a good site but there is a cost/month.
v Students can keep a journal during the summer months, writing a little each day or a few days a week.
v summerbridgeactivites.org is a site where workbooks can be purchased to help students review and retain skills needed for the next grade level. These books can also be purchased at carsondelosa.com/brands/summer-bridge. You can also download free pages on this site.
v education.com provides a variety of activities, games, worksheets etc. for all grade levels. By providing your email address, I can send you a free summer workbook through this site that you can print out. If you would like this workbook, please send your current e-mail address to school.
v Suggestions for making reading fun during the summer:
Visit the Library and sign up for a summer reading program or create your own. Read about cities, events and people that are relevant to places you will visit in the summer. Read outside on a nice day.
Here are some suggestions for extra Catholic Learning during the summer.
v ”Saint of the Day” – There are many apps to learn about saints. One suggestion is Saint of the Day app for Kids.
v jesusandkidz.com provides Bible stories and coloring pages
v jclubcatholic.org provides puzzles, games, stories, saints of the day, prayers and much more
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