The school year is coming to a close and the little ones are ready to splash in the hot summer sun. But, will the “summer slide” take away from the time and energy they spent learning this school year? By keeping them engaged with a simple and short learning activities your learners will be able to enjoy their break while spending less than 5 minutes on summer review each day.
If you have used my homework packets throughout the school year or plan to these summer review packets will be the perfect resources to send home with your learners. The setup is the same, the activities are simple and your learners will be able to easily practice without spending their summer working tirelessly at the kitchen table.
Don’t Spend Your Summer Working
The last thing your learners want to do over their summer vacation is school work. They have spent the entire year working and growing and summer is the perfect time to unwind and take it easy.
That is why the activities in these packets are short enough that you can do one quickly each day or do them all in one sitting for the entire week. That will give you and your learners more time to spend enjoying your summer break.
Don’t Forget Everything You Learned
The “summer slide” is very real and can hinder many learners from starting the next school year off great. If learners spend the summer watching TV, playing video games, swimming and so much more without ANY time spent reading or thinking about what they learned during the school year they are bound to regress.
By spending a small portion of their time reviewing what they already know learners will be able to avoid the “summer slide” and start the next year off right!
Before you let your learners loose for their summer vacation prepare them for the next year in school by sending home these simple summer review packets. These no-prep packets are a great way to let your learners know how important their education is without taking away from the fun they should enjoy. Click on the links below to find the perfect summer review for your learners.