Summer Bridge Activities 3-4 Grade Workbooks, Math, Reading Comprehension, Writing, Science, Social Studies, Summer Learning 4th Grade Workbooks All Subjects With Flash Cards (160 pgs) PDF AZW3 EPUB MOBI TXT Download

Prevent summer learning loss and prepare your child for back-to-school success in just 15 minutes a day with engaging activities, exercises, fun games, and more—all in one workbook!Workbook Features: • Ages 8-9, bridging grades 3 to 4 • 160 pages, about 8 inches x 10 ½ inches • Includes over 60 days of activities!• Reading, writing, math, science, social studies, fitness activities, and more • Flash cards, stickers, completion certificate, and answer key includedSummer Learning: Summer Bridge Activities Workbook helps third—fourth graders keep their skills sharp during the summer months to stop summer slide through fun practice pages and activities, engaging fitness activities, and more.What’s Included: This book includes versatile subjects covering reading passages, word problems, social studies, science experiments, fitness activities, and more. Flash cards, reward stickers, and a completion certificate are also included.How It Works: Each page is numbered by day so kids and parents can track progress and reach monthly learning goals. Each activity features clear, step-by-step instructions and practice pages to help sharpen students’ skills for the school year ahead.Just 15 Minutes A Day: Two months of learning loss occurs during the summer, with the highest losses being in math and spelling. This activity book is designed to prevent summer brain drain in just 15 minutes per day through engaging activities.Why Summer Bridge: Award-winning Summer Bridge Activities® engage children’s creativity and learning potential and keep kids mentally and physically active to prevent summer learning loss and pave the way for a successful new school year ahead.

Deliver to China

January 25, 2015
160 pages

File Size: 87 MB
Available File Formats: PDF AZW3 DOCX EPUB MOBI TXT or Kindle audiobook Audio CD(Several files can be converted to each other)
Language: English, Francais, Italiano, Espanol, Deutsch, chinese

“Summer Bridge Activities from Carson Dellosa is the #1 summer workbook series trusted by parents and teachers for over 25 years, designed to prevent summer learning loss with hands-on exercises that can be done anywhere, whether at the beach, backyard by”Summer Bridge Activities workbooks are specifically designed to fight Summer Slide. The activities are meant to be done in just 15 minutes a day, so they’re perfect for those who just want a brush-up between school years. They go up through eighth grade, From the Back Cover School stops for the summer, but learning never should! Research shows that many students forget important school skills over the long summer vacation. Prevent summer learning loss with the award-winning, best-selling Summer Bridge Activities®. Get ready <div id="

  • I think that this book helped my soon-to-be 4th grader better prepared for the start of school. I also bought him the “Summer Brain Quest” (more social sciences and critical thinking focused). Of the two, he definitely preferred the other book, though I think this book might have done a better job of preparing him for 4th grade. The other one did a better job of making him a well-rounded person, since it is a bit more non-traditional, outside of the box, and just overall more fun (great stickers and a map to plan your learning activities and track progress). This one has little star stickers to mark completed lessons, but that’s really about it. I also bought the K-1st grade books in both series. They were pretty much identical, just at a different grade level.So, what will I purchase next summer? Probably both sets again. They each fill different niches. They both seem to have helped the kids in their classes this year. But if I had to choose one or the other, it would depend on my goal. If I wanted the kids to do better on standardized tests, then these Summer Bridge Activities series would be better. If I wanted them to be original thinkers who are better able to handle real-world learning, then I would go with the Summer Brain Quest books. So, I personally would buy the other book if I was only going to buy one of the series. But, that does not diminish the value of these books, and I will probably buy both again.
  • Bought this for my 8yo. She struggled some in 3rd grade, so I wanted to make sure she retained what she learned, as well as help her prepare for 4th grade. I like the way this is laid out – you literally work from front to back, one double-sided page a day. It covers multiple subjects within each day’s ‘worksheet’; so it reduces the number of workbooks I have to buy, and no more flipping back and forth between sections of those jumbo workbooks trying to cover multiple subjects in one day. Also reduces complaints from the kiddo – which is always a plus.
  • We buy the summer bridge books for our kids every year. They whine and moan and complain about it every.single.year too! I’m used to it. In all seriousness, this is a great option to use to make sure your child can stay connected to subject matter during summer break without being like summer school. Their teachers always appreciate that they have done them too!
  • The kids hate doing these workbooks in the summer, but that’s fine by me. I’m not here to be their friend, I’m here to make sure they don’t forget what they learned during the school year over the summer. What I am not impressed by about these workbooks is the fact that on each and every single page, there’s something neither of my children encountered during the school year and NO explanation about how to do the assignment. Instead of three months worth of work (who lives in a system that provides three months off because that’s where I need to move to), it would be better for 10 weeks of work, adding in some sort of definition/teaching about concepts that aren’t routinely covered in the previous grade level. It would certainly make my life easier. As it is, the author/s assume the children know exactly what they are doing. I was hoping this would be more review, but I’m spending more time actually teaching. Next year, I’ll get a workbook that is all review to ensure the kids don’t lose knowledge, not this book that assumes they know new concepts.
  • This is my first year using summer workbooks with my rising 4th and 7th graders, and it has been great! The workbooks have good, traditional, to the point assignments, although they include some things my kids haven’t learned yet. I don’t know if that’s because they’re not perfectly aligned with common core standards, or just because teachers didn’t get through the entire curriculum due to covid and remote learning. At any rate, I’ve been happy to teach my 4th grader a quicker method for multiplying (to use in addition to the mental math they learned in school) and my 7th grader grammar (which he’s barely learned in school at all). They’ve not only retained what they learned last year, but have gotten ahead of their classmates a bit.At first my kids balked at the idea of doing school work in the summer, but I used a carrot and stick approach that’s worked great for us: they have to do their workbook pages before they can have screen time (typically at 4:30pm), AND if they complete their pages before lunch, they can have a bonus hour of screen time in the morning. This has been so effective that every single day of summer, they have done the workbooks immediately upon waking so that they can get to Animal Crossing or whatever.
  • I’m always nervous with these type of books that they will be too easy. My kids attend a very highly rated school district and for them these are on grade level – some tasks are too easy, but an equal amount stretch them and make them think. The only thing I wish was that the assignments weren’t labeled by day. Each day is the front and back of a page and I really think the kids can/should do more than that each day. So, we do more and I have to listen to the arguement that they already did their “day” and they use the numbering of the pages as reference.
  • I love these summer bridging workbooks. They are well-organized and cover a variety of learning topics. They do a great job of keeping children on grade level throughout the summer because they follow educational guidelines. I have used them for years with all of our children and bought this summer’s workbook early so I can use it to supplement home-schooling efforts during the Covid-19 pandemic. These are wonderful workbooks and I would highly recommend them.
  • This is our second summer with Summer Bridge. My son had a real problem with a skill drop off after summer. It would take him the whole first quarter to readjust. These workbooks have made all the difference. The activities are fun, manageable and has great variety. They really cover it all. I put numbers into a “grab bag” My son picks out the activity number he’ll do that day. Just doing a page or 2 each day has kept his skills up to par.
  • Many concepts have not been covered in Grade 3, and the book gives very little explanation/modelling, so this requires a lot of extra time to pre-teach concepts (like PEDMAS, which I was not aware they taught in primary). As a few others mentioned, it’s covering a lot of grade 4, a little prematurely.
  • São exercícios bem adequados para a faixa etária indicada, revisam e aprendem !
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