For the Summer Reading Scavenger Hunt, students have a variety of ways to read like read in a tent, read to a neighbor, or read out loud like you are a pirate. Allow them to work on it throughout the summer and check off the items they completed. Then offer different awards for the categories of gold, silver, and bronze! They love the challenge and they will avoid Summer Academic Slide! How is it set up?
There are cards for 50 items, 40 items, 30 items. Choose the best one for your student/child!
Try BINGO cards that involve reading a variety of genres. These choice boards empower children and helps them take ownership. Once they get a full row going across, down, or diagonal, they win! They will avoid Summer Academic Slide!
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
- 10 BINGO CARDS
- A GOAL FORM
How is it set up? SCAFFOLD – DIFFERENTIATE
The cards are set up so they start off simple with easier subjects and get more difficult. If you are a parent and have more than one child at home, you can choose from the different cards according to their level.
SUMMER WRITING PROMPTS are fun, summer-themed prompts to get children writing in the summer months! Each month has 24 highly engaging prompts related to that particular month. Avoid the academic summer slide!
What is included?
★ Cover pages: For each month, there is a monthly cover page for student notebooks.
★ Pockets and Tabs: For each month there is a pocket and tab for student notebooks or to put the pocket on a board.
★ GRAPHIC ORGANIZER AND WRITING TEMPLATE
★ Prompts: 24 prompts per month (June, July, August)
There are 4 prompts for each type of writing:
Think through the problem by highlighting, taking notes, illustrating, and explaining your answer! How are the problems set up? There are four sections with 10 word problems for each section.
How are the word problems set up?
The word problems were developed with a scaffolding method. It starts off with easy problems. The higher the number, the more difficult the problem.
READ: Read through the word problem. Highlight key words and numbers.
NOTES: Use this space to figure out the answer.
ILLUSTRATE: Illustrate either figuring out the answer or the answer.
EXPLAIN: Explain how you got the answer. Write down each step.
ANSWER: Write the answer. Include the number and what it is. Example: 450 popsicles.
These task cards are fun and challenging with deep thinking activities. And yes, there is an answer key incase your mind is boggled with the brain teasers too!
What kind of activities are included?
✓ Brain Teasers
✓ Hidden meanings
✓ ABC order
✓ Writing prompts
✓ Figurative Language
✓ Poetry prompts
✓ Reading Responses
✓ Animal research
✓ History research
This is a must have! IT IS PERFECT FOR A SUMMER READING LOG! This weekly reading log keeps children accountable for their reading. Each week students are required to read a FICTION AND NONFICTION text and have specific response questions related to Common Core reading standards. Students record minutes, genre or book source and write a response to their two readings to turn in at the end of the week. Response Questions Include:
✓ Text Connection
✓ Character Traits and Connection
✓ Story Elements
✓ Meaningful dialogue
✓ Point of View
✓ Text Structures/Organization
✓ Nonfiction elements
✓ Text to World Connection
✓ Facts and Opinions
✓ Meaningful Quote
✓ Point of View
✓ Vocabulary- Key Words
7. SUMMER BUCKET LIST (This is a freebie located in the Freebie Vault)
Bucket template and writing templates provided for children to create their summer bucket list.
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