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 5-6, bridging grades K to 1• 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 kindergarteners—first graders keep their skills sharp during the summer months to stop summer slide through fun practice pages and activities, fitness activities, and more.What’s Included: This book includes versatile subjects covering reading comprehension, handwriting, counting, social studies, science experiments, fitness activities, and more. Flash cards, reward stickers, and a completion certificate are 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
File Size: 75 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 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.
I think that this book helped my soon-to-be 1st grader better prepared for the start of school. I also bought her the “Summer Brain Quest” (more social sciences and critical thinking focused). Of the two, she definitely preferred the other book, though I think this book might have done a better job of preparing her for 1st grade. The other one did a better job of making her 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 3rd-4th 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.
These books are always worth the money. I know I can print off worksheets at home but this is way more organized and exactly what the kids are doing in school so it’s just easier that I buy these instead of making my own. This one helps kindergarten kids be more prepared for 1st grade. It helps in reading, writing, math, science, social studies and fitness. It’s very well organized. I helps them stay focused but not overwhelm them. It’s a great practice over their long summer vacation so they don’t fall behind. It’s 138 pages long with some extra pages, flash cards and answer key. These are well worth the money.
We have utilized these books for years! My oldest is 13, youngest is 5. My kids enjoy completing one worksheet each day and often ask to do more than one. The difficulty of the worksheets increases over time which is perfect for building new skills while maintaining old ones. The star stickers at the back are a nice reward to add to each worksheet once completed. My children have never been interested in completing the “goals” in the beginning of the book. I like that in addition to brain exercises there are physical exercises as well! These workbooks have been great for my family and helped immensely to prevent the “summer slide”. We even bring them along on vacation, the kids have worked in them at restaurants waiting for food, in the car on road trips and in the evening in hotels!! Great buy!
I got this for my soon to be 1st grader right before her kindergarten graduation so we could be absolutely ready for summer. We do a page everyday, sometimes two because she really enjoys it!I love that the beginning was more or a review and it helped give her the confidence to keep going. The end of each “day” had a fun thing to do which we both got a kick out of.I can honestly say with the book I have seen tremendous growth in her over the summer! As a teacher in 1st-3rd grade, I know she is completely ready!
I bought this book used and we haven’t used it yet. However I did look through it, and I like what’s in there for practice. This is the first year back after the pandemic and she isn’t progressing quite the way I like. I guess everyone has gotten a little lazy, but this book has everything in there that I thought she would be learning in kindergarten. I’m going to work with her over the summer with it and see how well she learns from it
Dieses Workbook ist abwechslungsreicher, als man das von anderen Büchern dieser Art gewöhnt ist. Das Buch enthält nicht nur Worksheets, es sind auch Experimente erklärt, die man leicht mit den Kindern zusammen machen kann. Außerdem sind immer wieder zwischendurch kleine Sportübungen eingebaut, die meine beiden Söhne sehr lustig finden. Immer nach zwei Seiten wird das Kind mit einem Sticker belohnt. Wir sind begeistert!
I got this book for my little nephew over the summer break. He thanked me in august because he said he will be rocking grade one and though he feels a little nervous, he know he is well prepared.
Já comprei outros da coleção e gosto bastante, nesse caso a criança precisa de auxílio para fazer.
Kids love this work book.
I bought this workbook for my 5 year old son to use over the summer going into grade one. He’s enjoying the work more than I thought and has completed many of the pages on his on without urging.
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