Summer Activity Workbook bridging Grade 1 to Grade 2 for kids ages 6-7Help prevent learning loss year-round and prepare your 1st grader for back-to-school success in just 15 minutes a day with engaging activities, exercises, and fun games―all in one workbook!Summer Learning 1st & 2nd Grade Workbooks are a great way for your child to learn essential reading, writing, math, science, social studies, and fitness skills during the schoolyear or summer break that is both fun AND educational! Why You’ll Love This Summer Activity BookEngaging and educational learning activities. “Addition and subtraction”, “Poetry”, and “hands-on science experiments” are a few of the fun activities in this summer workbook to help inspire learning and prevent summer slide.Testing progress along the way. Track student progress before moving on to new and exciting lessons with the Skills Matrix and answer key.Practically sized for every activity. The 160-page summer workbook for kids is sized at 8” x 10 ½”―giving your child plenty of space to complete each exercise.About Summer Bridge ActivitiesAward-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.The Summer Learning Workbook Contains:Over 60 days of activities with step-by-step instructionsFlash cards, stickers, and a completion certificatePerfectly sized at 8″ x 10 ½”
Deliver to China
January 25, 2015
File Size: 22 MB
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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 have been using these the last few years with my kids and have been super impressed. I have used the preschool to kindergarten, 1st to 2nd grade, and 2nd grade to 3rd.My favorite thing about these work books are that they can be fast and simple lessons that usually take about 15 minutes or less to do. The other thing I like is they aren’t just math or reading. Each day they mix in several different concepts. I feel that way the kids don’t get overwhelmed with a subject or concept they might struggle with.It also GRADUALLY gets a little more difficult each day. So by the time summer is over they are being introduced to things that they will learn for the next year.They also come with flash cards that are made of good card stock to work on concepts like: letters, shapes, numbers, telling time, multiplication, divide, and other concepts that are age appropriate.There are small stickers at the back that the kids can put on their page after they are done that are just small stars. There is also a parent key at the back to check if the kid’s work is correct. I’m not going to lie I have used! :)Overall these have been great. The hardest thing I have struggled with is just being consistent and making sure they try and do them each day. When used these are fabulous!
I bought K to 1, 1st to 2nd, and 3rd to 4th. These are definitely better than the First Grade Bound (etc) that I bought last year (those ones had no order, no plan, and didn’t match grade levels well). I really liked the daily break down of the Summer Bridge books. It was a clear and easy to follow – so easy the kids didn’t need me to tell them what to do each day. They matched grade level fairly well. But holy cow these books are BORING! It’s just work. Blah. There is no attempt to actually engage the children, just busy work. My husband and I are college graduates and are education-minded. We push our kids to learn for learning’s sake, but these books make education as boring as it can get. If you want bland just-do-this-and-get-it-over-with work to keep the brain going, these are more than adequate. I’m looking forward to trying out the Brain Quest Summer books which seem to make it more of a game and the activities are not just long lists of boring-ness.My other complaint is the inconsistency in the grade levels. The 1st to 2nd grade was the best one – well balanced and challenging enough to keep the brain going, but easy enough for light summer work. It had a particularly good ratio of math, language, reading, writing, and social studies and pretty much all of the activities were manageable with the right amount of challenge.The K to 1 book was mostly ok. The first of the three sections was so ridiculously easy that my daughter did it all on her own before school was even over (she wanted to!). It was activities like circling the right number of apples or just writing a single letter a bunch of times. She finished what was supposed to be a month’s worth of work in about a week in her spare time. Fortunately we didn’t need all three sections since their summer is only 9 weeks, so the other two sections got us through the rest of the summer doing a two-sided page “day” 5 days a week.The 3rd to 4th grade book had the opposite problem. It started off great, but halfway through the second section much of the math was getting overly busy and sometimes too complex. There were many division problems that are beyond what he had learned in 3rd grade, and he’s in G.A.T.E. In class they only covered multiplication and division 0-12. Example: 496 / 4 = ___. Example: A word problem where he has to work out either 162 / 18 or 18 x __ = 162. He got the concepts as I taught them, but it was frustrating. Some activities were just too lengthy for a quick summer book, such as a set of 10 addition problems like this: 8214 + 7716 + 6389 = ____. It’s not that it was hard, but does he really need to do 10 of those, on top of three other activities? One of which is MORE math? There were many times his brother and sister would be done with their books plus 20 minutes of reading and in the pool while he was still working. Granted he likes to stall, so I always had him finish it to avoid rewarding his stalling, but I have to admit that I thought it was too much busy work. That and I found myself teaching him stuff he’d never seen before.Bottom line is that these books were inconsistent and tedious and I will try others before I buy them again.
These arrived in a timely manner. Each book for this grade 1-2 level has 3 sections. Some of the topics covered are reading comprehension, time, phonics, language arts and grammar, addition, counting, geometry, subtraction, problem solving, and other topics. Each page is perforated and can come out. The book has 3 sections, and 30 days of pages to complete. The book seems to be a good review during the summer for topics covered during their 1st grade school year. Some areas seem to be a bit more advanced; so I believe this will help prepare for next year in grade 2. For example: instead of simply counting by tens with 10, 20, 30, etc. the math problem may be to breakdown the number 393. So; 393 is matched to “three hundreds, nine tens, and three ones.”
This was a good workbook for my post-1st grader. She had in person school for most of the year, but for limited days at first, and after 15 months of disrupted school followed by a household move to a more challenging school, I wanted to make sure she was a little more prepared academically.Immediately we were able to see where the gaps in her learning vs. the expected 1st grade curriculum were, and the book gave us a tool to start filling those in bit by bit over the summer. I think she still has a challenging year ahead of us, but this workbook helped her from sliding backwards, taught her some new things, and in general let us feel much better about the nearly 4 month summer break that resulted from moving to an area on a different school calendar.The work was definitely challenging for her, but manageable. It was probably 10-15 minutes of work per day if she focused and did it. There were complaints about summer work, and I found the best thing was to just keep a consistent time and expectation, 7 days/week.
This is the second summer I’ve bought these books. I’ve tried several brands and these have been the most helpful! Each day mixes some easy lessons with more challenging ones. Do they love to do workbooks? Not really…but they at least enjoy using the provided stickers when finishing a lesson (a little box is provided at the bottom of each lesson).
I have my son do 2-3 pages a day since it’s summer break. He likes it. They break it up and switch subject frequently so he doesn’t lose interest. BUT my son will be a 2nd graders and we’ve come across some things that he hasn’t learned yet. And a few of those things were a little tricky for me to explain. Otherwise it is serving its purpose & I would recommend it!
One of the best books I have bought for my son aged 6. Has some very good activities. Use it to get some quiet sit down time
15 minutes a day, fun activities.
Very useful for grade 2 summer actitvities and interesting for kids
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