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This is a bundle of my five summer packets. It includes packets for students entering kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, and fourth grade.

Each packet contains a table of contents and is common core aligned.

**Get Ready For Kindergarten Summer Packet**

*Practice Your Name Sheets

*Letter Guides (Zaner-Bloswer and Handwriting Without Tears)

*ABC Board

*Lowercase Letters (cut and glue in abc order on ABC board)

*Uppercase Letters (cut and glue in abc order on ABC board)

*Letter Activities: Two worksheets are included for each letter. On the first sheet, students must identify and color the pictures that begin with the given letter. On the second sheet students practice writing the letter, draw a picture that begins with the letter, identify and circle the letter, and fill in the missing letter for words containing the given letter. Worksheets are formated for both Zaner-Bloser and Handwriting Without Tears handwriting programs.

*Phonemic Awareness Practice: Students color the pictures that begin with the same sounds.

*Rhyming Practice: Students color the pictures that rhyme.

*Number Board: Cut out the numbers and glue them in order.

*Number Activities: One worksheet for each number 0-9. Color the number, practice writing the number, draw and color the amount of objects, and identify and circle the number.

*One to One Correspondence: Match the animals to their food.

*Shape Patterns

*Size Patterns

*More: Color the group that has more.

*Less: Color the group that has less.

*Colors and Shapes

*Top, Middle, Bottom

*Shapes and Colors

*Sorting

*Cutting Practice

*Dot to Dots

*Fine Motor Practice

*Games and Activities: A list of games and activities to play with your child as they get ready for kindergarten.

Worksheets are formatted for both Handwriting Without Tears and Zaner-Bloser handwriting programs.

**Kindergarten Into First Grade Summer Packet**

* Practice Your Printing (Uppercase) – Trace all uppercase letters

* Practice Your Printing (Lowercase) – Trace all lowercase letters

* Practice Your Letters (A-Z) – One page for each letter, student must practice printing the letter and write three words that start with the letter

*Counting Syllables – Cut out pictures and glue them on the graph according to the number of syllables

*CVC Cut and Paste - One page for each short vowel sound, cut and paste letters to spell cvc words

* Time to Rhyme – Cut and paste rhyming pictures next to each other

*Time to Rhyme 2 – Cut and paste rhyming words next to rhyming pictures

* Silent e Words – Cut and paste letters to spell silent e words, 2 pages

*When Two Vowels Go Walking – Choose the correct vowel pair to put in the middle of the word, 2 pages

*Long Vowel Crossword – Complete a crossword puzzle using long vowel words

*Change It – Change the beginning, middle, and ending sounds of words to create new words.

*Characters and Setting – Read a story and draw a picture of the characters and the setting

*Informative Writing - Write an informative piece

*Narrative Writing - Write a narrative piece

*Opinion Writing – Write an opinion piece

*Picture Writes – Look at a picture and write a story to go with it. Use the labels included in the pictures to help with spelling, 3 included

*Punctuation and Capitalization – Place the correct capitalization and punctuation in a writing piece

*Read and Draw Simple Sentences – Read sentences containing short and long vowel words and sight words then draw a picture to match

*Roll and Trace Sight Words – Roll a dice then read and trace a sight word in the correct column

*Sight Word Search – Go on a word search for sight words, 3 searches included

*Sentence Scrambles – Cut and paste words and glue them in order to form a sentence, 3 scrambles included

*Short and Long Vowel Sort – Cut and paste pictures to sort them by short or long vowel sound

*Read It, Draw It, Make It, Share It Book – Illustrate a book, cut out the pages, staple them in order, and read it to a friend

*Summer Sequencing – Read a summer story and glue the pictures in order, 3 included.

*How Many? Cut and Paste – Count objects then cut and paste the correct number next to them

*Count to 100 – Fill in the blanks on a 100 chart

*Count to 100 By 10s - Fill in the blanks to count to 100 by 10s

*Count to 100 – Fill in a completely blank 100 chart

*Add to Two – Practice completing addition facts to 2 quickly

*Add to Three - Practice completing addition facts to 3 quickly

*Add to Four - Practice completing addition facts to 4 quickly

*Add to Five - Practice completing addition facts to 5 quickly

*Adding Doubles – Practice adding doubles quickly to memorize these facts

*Addition Facts to 5 – Practice your addition facts

*Addition to 10 – Use counters to solve larger addition problems, 3 pages included

*Color by Number – Solve addition problems to color a picture by number

*Add to Make 10 – Fill in the number that adds to the first to make 10

*Missing Addend Cut and Paste – Cut and paste the missing addend to complete the addition problem

*Addition Word Problems – Read and solve addition word problems

*Base Tens Cut and Paste – Use ten frames and ones to count, cut and paste the correct number 11-19

*Subtraction Facts to 5 – Practice your addition facts

*Subtraction to 10 – Use counters to solve larger subtraction problems, 3 pages included

*Subtraction Word Problems – Read and solve subtraction word problems

*Identify Plane Shapes – Color according to shape, 2d shapes

*Identify Solid Shapes – Color according to shape, 3d shapes

*Shape Picture - Cut out plane shapes and glue them to create a picture

*Identify Shapes – Cut and paste the shape name under the correct shape, 2d and 3d shapes

**First Grade Into Second Grade Summer Packet**

*Adjectives – Write three adjectives for each noun

*Summer Book Log – Record the fiction and nonfiction books you read this summer

*Bossy e – Add a bossy e to change the short vowel words to long vowel words

*Building Sentences – Use nouns and verbs to create sentences

*Change the Verb – Change the verb and rewrite the sentence

*Characters and Setting – Read a short story and draw a picture of the characters and setting

*Comparing Characters 2 – Create a Venn diagram to compare 2 characters, Write sentences to tell how two characters are alike and different

*Compound Words – Combine two words to create a compound word

*Conjunctions – Choose a conjunction to complete the sentences

*Contractions – Write common contractions

*Create-a-Word-Search – Make a word search for your friends or family

*Fluency Passage – Read the passage and practice using your voice to make the story exciting

*Narrative Writing (2) – Write about something fun you did this summer, Write about what you did on the 4th of July

*Homophones – Put the homophones in the correct places to complete the sentences

*How To Writing – Write a passage that tells someone how to swim

*Informative – Research and write about a marine animal

*Sorting Nouns – Sort common, proper, and possessive nouns

*Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Adjectives, and Prepositions – Identify the parts of speech in the sentences

*Opinion Writing (2) – Should you swim in the ocean? Which is a better vacation – camping or the beach? Write about your opinions and give reasons

*Printing Letters – Practice your printing (uppercase and lowercase)

*Proofreading Practice – Circle the mistakes in a passage and rewrite it correctly

*Roll and Trace Sight Words – Roll a dice and trace a sight word above the number you roll

*Dear Teacher – Write a letter to your second grade teacher to introduce yourself

*1st/2nd Grader Venn Diagram – Create a Venn diagram to compare first and second graders

*Adding Double: Practice your doubles addition facts

*Adding Near Doubles: Use your knowledge of doubles facts to help you solve the near doubles problems

*Addition Word Problems: Solve the 3-addend addition word problems

*Addition Facts (to 5, 10, 15, and 20) – Practice your addition facts by solving the problems quickly

*Attribute Sort: Sort the attributes by whether or not they are defining attributes

*Comparing Number Sentences: Use the <, >, or = sign to compare two number sentences

*Count to 120: Fill in the blank and partially completed 120 charts

*Defining Attributes: Name a defining attribute for each shape

*Double Digit Addition, Double Digit Subtraction – Practice your double digit addition and subtraction

*Color the Fractions: Color the shapes to match the given fraction

*Geometry: Practice geometry skills (matching 2d and 3d shapes, fractions)

*Find the Missing Number: Find the missing number in the number sentences

*Subtraction Facts (to 5, 10, 15, and 20) - Practice your subtraction facts by solving the problems quickly

*Summer Graph: Ask your friends and family about their favorite part of summer, fill in the graph, and answer the questions

*Time to the Hour, Time to the Half Hour – Write the correct digital time to match the analog clocks

*Summer Sudoku: Solve the summer Sudoku puzzle

**Second Grade Into Third Grade Summer Packet**

*Adverbs (L.2.1e) - Write 3 adverbs to tell about each noun.

*Ask and Answer (RI.2.1) - Read a passage about whales, then create and answer comprehension questions.

*Summer Book Log (RF.2.4) - Log the fiction and nonfiction books you read this summer.

*Comparing Characters (RL.2.6) - Use a Venn Diagram to compare two characters.

*Contractions (L.2.2c) - Write the words each contraction stands for.

*Create-a-Word-Search (RF.2.3) - Create a word search for a friend to solve.

*Expand It (L2..1f) - Add details to a sentence to make it more interesting.

*Fluency Passage (RF.2.4) - Read the passage, using your voice to make it more interesting.

*Narrative Writing (W.2.3) (2) - Write about your Fourth of July and another fun summer event.

*How to Writing (W.2.2) - Write about how to make a s'more.

*Informative Writing (W.2.2) - Research and write about Hawaii

*Irregular Plurals (L.2.1b) - Write the irregular plural form of each word.

*Irregular Verbs (L.2.1d) - Write the irregular past tense form of each verb.

*Main Idea and Key Details (RI.2.6) - Read the passages and determine the main idea and key details of each.

*Character's Reaction (RL.2..3) - Read a story and record the character's reaction to certain events.

*Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Adjectives, and Prepositions (L.2.1) - Identify the parts of speech in each sentence.

*Opinion Writing (2) (W.2.1) - Write about whether or not summer vacation should be longer and whether it is more fun to ride in a boat or surf. Give reasons for your answers.

*Proofreading Practice (L.2.2) - Proofread and rewrite a letter to a friend.

*Short and Long Vowel Sort (RF.2.3) - Fill in missing letters for short and long vowel words and sort them by vowel sound.

*Dear Teacher (W.2.2) - Write a letter to your new teacher.

*Second and Third Grader Venn Diagram (RL.2.9) - Compare and contrast second and third graders using a Venn Diagram

*Triple Digit Addition (2.NBT.7) - Add the three-digit numbers.

*Triple Digit Subtraction (2.NBT.7) -Subtract the three-digit numbers.

*Write the Time (2.MD.7) - Write the digital time to match analog clocks (to 5 minutes)

*Number Riddles (2.NBT.1) - Use clues about hundreds, tens, and ones to solve the number riddles.

*Color the Fractions (2.G.3) - Divide the shapes and color the fractions.

*Building With Base Ten Blocks (2.NBT.1) - Build three-digit numbers with base ten blocks.

*Rectangular Arrays (2.OA.4) - Write same-addend addition problems to represent each rectangular array.

*Find the Missing Numbers (2.NBT.3) - Practice writing numbers to 1000.

*Comparing Number Sentences (2.NBT.4) - Solve the addition/subtraction problems and compare the answers.

*Making Change (2.MD.8) - Show the amount of quarters, dimes, nickels, or pennies you would need to make exact change.

*Double Digit Addition (2.NBT.5) - Solve the double-digit addition problems.

*Double Digit Subtraction (2.NBT.5) - Solve the double-digit subtraction problems.

*Draw That Shape (2.G.1) - Draw each shape based on clues, such as the number of sides, faces, angles, or vertices.

*Draw the Time (2.MD.7) - Draw the clock hands to match the digital time (to 5 minutes)

*Elapsed Time (2.MD.7) - Draw the clock hands to show a given time and the time hours or minutes later.

*Measurement (2.MD.4) - Measure and compare lines.

*Money Word Problems (2.MD.8) - Solve the money word problems.

*More or Less (2.NBT.8) - Find the numbers one more, one less, ten more, and ten less in number grid puzzles.

*Counting Coins (2.MD.8) - Count the coins and write the amount.

*Odd or Even (2.OA.3) - Determine if a number is even or odd. Write same-addend addition problems for the even numbers.

*Skip Counting (By 5s, 10s, 100s) (2.NBT.2) - Write numbers to skip count to 1000.

*Subtraction Facts to 20 (2.OA.2) - Solve the subtraction problems quickly.

*Summer Graph (2.MD.10) - Create a summer bar graph based on a tally chart and answer questions about the data.

*Addition Word Problems (2.OA.1) - Solve the addition word problems.

*Comparing 3-Digit Numbers (2.NBT.4) - Compare three-digit numbers.

*Estimate Length (2.MD.3) - Estimate the length of given objects.

*Identify Shapes (2.G.1) - Identify pentagons, triangles, cubes, quadrilaterals, and hexagons.

*Addition Facts to 20 (2.OA.2) - Solve the addition problems quickly.

*Roll and Solve Addition (2.NBT.7) - Roll a dice and solve triple-digit addition problems.

*Adding and Subtracting 10 and 100 (1.NBT.8) - Add and subtract 10 and 100 from given numbers.

*Roll and Solve Subtraction (2.NBT.7) - Roll a dice and solve triple-digit subtraction problems.

*Summer Sudoku - Solve the summer sudoku puzzle.

**Third Grade Into Fourth Grade**

*Teacher Letter (W.3.4) – Write a letter to introduce yourself to your new fourth grade teacher.

*Third Grader and 4th Grader Venn Diagram (RL.3.9) – Use the Venn Diagram to compare third and fourth graders.

*Abstract Nouns (L.3.1.C) – Finish the story by filling in the missing abstract nouns.

*Adding Prefixes (RF.3.3.A) – Add prefixes to create new words.

*Adding Suffixes (RF.3.3.A) – Add suffixes to create new words.

*Derivational Suffixes (RF.3.3.A) – Match the meaning with the suffix and give examples of words containing each suffix.

*Addresses (L.3.2.B) – Add commas to complete the addresses on the postcards.

*Adjectives (L.3.1.A) – Give three adjectives for each summertime noun.

*Comparative Adjectives (L.3.1.G) – Determine the correct comparative adjective to complete each sentence.

*Comparative and Superlative Adjectives and Adverbs (L.3.1.G) – Write the comparative and superlative form of each adjective or adverb.

*Parts of Speech (L.3.1.A) – Match the definitions with the parts of speech and give examples of each.

*Parts of Speech Search (L.3.1.A) – Find the hidden words in the picture and sort them by part of speech.

*Ask and Answer (RI.3.1) – Read the informative passage about Hawaii and ask questions about the text.

*Summer Book Log (RF.3.4) – Record the fiction and nonfiction books you read this summer.

*Create-a-Word-Search (RF.3.3) – Create a word search for your friends to solve.

*Compare and Contrast (Whales and Dolphins) (RI.3.3) – Fill in the Venn Diagram to compare whales and dolphins. Write a paragraph comparing the animals.

*Facts, Details, and Definitions (W.3.2.B) – Choose a topic to research. Record facts, details, and definitions pertaining to the topic.

*Informational Writing (W.3.2) – Write an informational piece about a favorite sea creature.

*Narrative Writing (2) (W.3.3) – Write a fictional story about a day at the beach. Write a true narrative about your summer vacation.

*Opinion Writing (W.3.1) – Write an opinion piece about whether or not you should swim in the ocean.

*Sorting Sentences (Intros, Facts, Conclusions) (W.3.1, W.3.2, W.3.3) – Sort the sentences by whether they are introduction sentences, conclusion sentences, or facts for the middle of a paragraph.

*Sorting Sentences Simple Compound, Complex) (L.3.1) – Sort by sentence type.

*Plot Diagram (RL.3.5) – Use the plot diagram to plan a fictional story. Include a list of characters.

*Proofreading Practice (L.3.2) – Correct the mistakes you find in each passage.

*Quotations and Commas (L.3.2.C) – Add commas and quotations to complete each sentence.

*Reasons (W.3.1.B) - Give your opinion on three summertime topics. Provide three reasons for each opinion.

*Multiplication Facts (2) (3.OA.7) – Solve the single digit multiplication facts as quickly as you can.

*Multiplying Multiples of 10 (3.NBT.3) – Practice multiplying multiples of ten.

*Multiplication Word Problems (3.OA.3) – Solve the multiplication word problems.

*Multiplying 3 Numbers (3.OA.5) – Practice multiplying three numbers.

*3 by 1 Multiplication (3.OA.3) – Multiply the three-digit numbers by a single digit number.

*Multiples Of...(3.OA.7) – Color each grid with multiples of a given number. Use the secret code to reveal a summertime word.

*Spin and Multiply (3.OA.3) – Use a paperclip / pencil spinner to find number to multiply. Solve.

*Solve It (Distributive Property) (3.OA.5) – Use the distributive property to solve the equations.

*Roll and Solve Addition (3.NBT.2) – Roll a dice. Solve a three-digit addition problem in the given column.

*Roll and Solve Subtraction (3.NBT.2) - Roll a dice. Solve a three-digit subtraction problem in the given column.

*Divide and Color (3.OA.7) – Solve the division problems. Color the picture according to the code.

*Division Facts (2) (3.OA.7) – Solve the division facts as quickly as you can.

*Division Word Problems (3.OA.3) – Solve the division word problem.

*Finding Area: Counting Units (3.MD.6) – Find the area of each rectangle by counting units.

*Equal Groups (3.OA.2) - Determine how to make equal groups of a given amount of objects.

*Groups Of...(3.OA.1) – Multiply to determine the total amount of objects.

*Plotting Fractions on the Number Line (3.NF.2.B) - Place the correct fractions on each section of the number lines. Determine the equivalent fractions.

*Comparing Fractions (3.NF.3.D) – Use < or > to compare the fractions with equal numerators or denominators.

*Color and Match Fractions (3.NF.3.B) – Color the circle to match the given fractions.

*Comparing Number Sentences (3.NBT.2) – Solve the equations and compare the answers.

*Write the Time (3.MD.1) – Write the time shown on each clock (to the minute).

*Draw the Time (3.MD.1) – Draw hands on each clock to show the given time.

*Elapsed Time (3.MD.1) – Look at two clocks and determine how much time has passed.

*Elapsed Time Word Problems (3.MD.1) – Solve the elapsed time word problems.

*Rounding (3.NBT.1) – Round each number to the nearest 10 and 100.

*Find the Missing Number (3.OA.4) – Find the missing number in each multiplication or division problem.

56 - Using Multiplication to Divide (3.OA.6) – Write the multiplication fact that can help you solve each given division problem. Solve.

*Multi-Step Word Problems (3.OA.8) – Use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve the word problems.

*Summer Food Graph (3.MD.3) – Complete the graph and answer the questions.

*Rectangles and Rhombuses (3.G.1) – Use a Venn Diagram to compare rectangles and rhombuses.

*Area and Perimeter (3.MD.8, 3.MD.7) – Solve the problems involving are and perimeter, including finding total area or perimeter and finding the missing length.

I hope you enjoy this packet and that you find it helpful. Please message me if you have any questions.

-Kendra

Kendra’s Kindergarten

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Each packet contains a table of contents and is common core aligned.

*Practice Your Name Sheets

*Letter Guides (Zaner-Bloswer and Handwriting Without Tears)

*ABC Board

*Lowercase Letters (cut and glue in abc order on ABC board)

*Uppercase Letters (cut and glue in abc order on ABC board)

*Letter Activities: Two worksheets are included for each letter. On the first sheet, students must identify and color the pictures that begin with the given letter. On the second sheet students practice writing the letter, draw a picture that begins with the letter, identify and circle the letter, and fill in the missing letter for words containing the given letter. Worksheets are formated for both Zaner-Bloser and Handwriting Without Tears handwriting programs.

*Phonemic Awareness Practice: Students color the pictures that begin with the same sounds.

*Rhyming Practice: Students color the pictures that rhyme.

*Number Board: Cut out the numbers and glue them in order.

*Number Activities: One worksheet for each number 0-9. Color the number, practice writing the number, draw and color the amount of objects, and identify and circle the number.

*One to One Correspondence: Match the animals to their food.

*Shape Patterns

*Size Patterns

*More: Color the group that has more.

*Less: Color the group that has less.

*Colors and Shapes

*Top, Middle, Bottom

*Shapes and Colors

*Sorting

*Cutting Practice

*Dot to Dots

*Fine Motor Practice

*Games and Activities: A list of games and activities to play with your child as they get ready for kindergarten.

Worksheets are formatted for both Handwriting Without Tears and Zaner-Bloser handwriting programs.

* Practice Your Printing (Uppercase) – Trace all uppercase letters

* Practice Your Printing (Lowercase) – Trace all lowercase letters

* Practice Your Letters (A-Z) – One page for each letter, student must practice printing the letter and write three words that start with the letter

*Counting Syllables – Cut out pictures and glue them on the graph according to the number of syllables

*CVC Cut and Paste - One page for each short vowel sound, cut and paste letters to spell cvc words

* Time to Rhyme – Cut and paste rhyming pictures next to each other

*Time to Rhyme 2 – Cut and paste rhyming words next to rhyming pictures

* Silent e Words – Cut and paste letters to spell silent e words, 2 pages

*When Two Vowels Go Walking – Choose the correct vowel pair to put in the middle of the word, 2 pages

*Long Vowel Crossword – Complete a crossword puzzle using long vowel words

*Change It – Change the beginning, middle, and ending sounds of words to create new words.

*Characters and Setting – Read a story and draw a picture of the characters and the setting

*Informative Writing - Write an informative piece

*Narrative Writing - Write a narrative piece

*Opinion Writing – Write an opinion piece

*Picture Writes – Look at a picture and write a story to go with it. Use the labels included in the pictures to help with spelling, 3 included

*Punctuation and Capitalization – Place the correct capitalization and punctuation in a writing piece

*Read and Draw Simple Sentences – Read sentences containing short and long vowel words and sight words then draw a picture to match

*Roll and Trace Sight Words – Roll a dice then read and trace a sight word in the correct column

*Sight Word Search – Go on a word search for sight words, 3 searches included

*Sentence Scrambles – Cut and paste words and glue them in order to form a sentence, 3 scrambles included

*Short and Long Vowel Sort – Cut and paste pictures to sort them by short or long vowel sound

*Read It, Draw It, Make It, Share It Book – Illustrate a book, cut out the pages, staple them in order, and read it to a friend

*Summer Sequencing – Read a summer story and glue the pictures in order, 3 included.

*How Many? Cut and Paste – Count objects then cut and paste the correct number next to them

*Count to 100 – Fill in the blanks on a 100 chart

*Count to 100 By 10s - Fill in the blanks to count to 100 by 10s

*Count to 100 – Fill in a completely blank 100 chart

*Add to Two – Practice completing addition facts to 2 quickly

*Add to Three - Practice completing addition facts to 3 quickly

*Add to Four - Practice completing addition facts to 4 quickly

*Add to Five - Practice completing addition facts to 5 quickly

*Adding Doubles – Practice adding doubles quickly to memorize these facts

*Addition Facts to 5 – Practice your addition facts

*Addition to 10 – Use counters to solve larger addition problems, 3 pages included

*Color by Number – Solve addition problems to color a picture by number

*Add to Make 10 – Fill in the number that adds to the first to make 10

*Missing Addend Cut and Paste – Cut and paste the missing addend to complete the addition problem

*Addition Word Problems – Read and solve addition word problems

*Base Tens Cut and Paste – Use ten frames and ones to count, cut and paste the correct number 11-19

*Subtraction Facts to 5 – Practice your addition facts

*Subtraction to 10 – Use counters to solve larger subtraction problems, 3 pages included

*Subtraction Word Problems – Read and solve subtraction word problems

*Identify Plane Shapes – Color according to shape, 2d shapes

*Identify Solid Shapes – Color according to shape, 3d shapes

*Shape Picture - Cut out plane shapes and glue them to create a picture

*Identify Shapes – Cut and paste the shape name under the correct shape, 2d and 3d shapes

*Adjectives – Write three adjectives for each noun

*Summer Book Log – Record the fiction and nonfiction books you read this summer

*Bossy e – Add a bossy e to change the short vowel words to long vowel words

*Building Sentences – Use nouns and verbs to create sentences

*Change the Verb – Change the verb and rewrite the sentence

*Characters and Setting – Read a short story and draw a picture of the characters and setting

*Comparing Characters 2 – Create a Venn diagram to compare 2 characters, Write sentences to tell how two characters are alike and different

*Compound Words – Combine two words to create a compound word

*Conjunctions – Choose a conjunction to complete the sentences

*Contractions – Write common contractions

*Create-a-Word-Search – Make a word search for your friends or family

*Fluency Passage – Read the passage and practice using your voice to make the story exciting

*Narrative Writing (2) – Write about something fun you did this summer, Write about what you did on the 4th of July

*Homophones – Put the homophones in the correct places to complete the sentences

*How To Writing – Write a passage that tells someone how to swim

*Informative – Research and write about a marine animal

*Sorting Nouns – Sort common, proper, and possessive nouns

*Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Adjectives, and Prepositions – Identify the parts of speech in the sentences

*Opinion Writing (2) – Should you swim in the ocean? Which is a better vacation – camping or the beach? Write about your opinions and give reasons

*Printing Letters – Practice your printing (uppercase and lowercase)

*Proofreading Practice – Circle the mistakes in a passage and rewrite it correctly

*Roll and Trace Sight Words – Roll a dice and trace a sight word above the number you roll

*Dear Teacher – Write a letter to your second grade teacher to introduce yourself

*1st/2nd Grader Venn Diagram – Create a Venn diagram to compare first and second graders

*Adding Double: Practice your doubles addition facts

*Adding Near Doubles: Use your knowledge of doubles facts to help you solve the near doubles problems

*Addition Word Problems: Solve the 3-addend addition word problems

*Addition Facts (to 5, 10, 15, and 20) – Practice your addition facts by solving the problems quickly

*Attribute Sort: Sort the attributes by whether or not they are defining attributes

*Comparing Number Sentences: Use the <, >, or = sign to compare two number sentences

*Count to 120: Fill in the blank and partially completed 120 charts

*Defining Attributes: Name a defining attribute for each shape

*Double Digit Addition, Double Digit Subtraction – Practice your double digit addition and subtraction

*Color the Fractions: Color the shapes to match the given fraction

*Geometry: Practice geometry skills (matching 2d and 3d shapes, fractions)

*Find the Missing Number: Find the missing number in the number sentences

*Subtraction Facts (to 5, 10, 15, and 20) - Practice your subtraction facts by solving the problems quickly

*Summer Graph: Ask your friends and family about their favorite part of summer, fill in the graph, and answer the questions

*Time to the Hour, Time to the Half Hour – Write the correct digital time to match the analog clocks

*Summer Sudoku: Solve the summer Sudoku puzzle

*Adverbs (L.2.1e) - Write 3 adverbs to tell about each noun.

*Ask and Answer (RI.2.1) - Read a passage about whales, then create and answer comprehension questions.

*Summer Book Log (RF.2.4) - Log the fiction and nonfiction books you read this summer.

*Comparing Characters (RL.2.6) - Use a Venn Diagram to compare two characters.

*Contractions (L.2.2c) - Write the words each contraction stands for.

*Create-a-Word-Search (RF.2.3) - Create a word search for a friend to solve.

*Expand It (L2..1f) - Add details to a sentence to make it more interesting.

*Fluency Passage (RF.2.4) - Read the passage, using your voice to make it more interesting.

*Narrative Writing (W.2.3) (2) - Write about your Fourth of July and another fun summer event.

*How to Writing (W.2.2) - Write about how to make a s'more.

*Informative Writing (W.2.2) - Research and write about Hawaii

*Irregular Plurals (L.2.1b) - Write the irregular plural form of each word.

*Irregular Verbs (L.2.1d) - Write the irregular past tense form of each verb.

*Main Idea and Key Details (RI.2.6) - Read the passages and determine the main idea and key details of each.

*Character's Reaction (RL.2..3) - Read a story and record the character's reaction to certain events.

*Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Adjectives, and Prepositions (L.2.1) - Identify the parts of speech in each sentence.

*Opinion Writing (2) (W.2.1) - Write about whether or not summer vacation should be longer and whether it is more fun to ride in a boat or surf. Give reasons for your answers.

*Proofreading Practice (L.2.2) - Proofread and rewrite a letter to a friend.

*Short and Long Vowel Sort (RF.2.3) - Fill in missing letters for short and long vowel words and sort them by vowel sound.

*Dear Teacher (W.2.2) - Write a letter to your new teacher.

*Second and Third Grader Venn Diagram (RL.2.9) - Compare and contrast second and third graders using a Venn Diagram

*Triple Digit Addition (2.NBT.7) - Add the three-digit numbers.

*Triple Digit Subtraction (2.NBT.7) -Subtract the three-digit numbers.

*Write the Time (2.MD.7) - Write the digital time to match analog clocks (to 5 minutes)

*Number Riddles (2.NBT.1) - Use clues about hundreds, tens, and ones to solve the number riddles.

*Color the Fractions (2.G.3) - Divide the shapes and color the fractions.

*Building With Base Ten Blocks (2.NBT.1) - Build three-digit numbers with base ten blocks.

*Rectangular Arrays (2.OA.4) - Write same-addend addition problems to represent each rectangular array.

*Find the Missing Numbers (2.NBT.3) - Practice writing numbers to 1000.

*Comparing Number Sentences (2.NBT.4) - Solve the addition/subtraction problems and compare the answers.

*Making Change (2.MD.8) - Show the amount of quarters, dimes, nickels, or pennies you would need to make exact change.

*Double Digit Addition (2.NBT.5) - Solve the double-digit addition problems.

*Double Digit Subtraction (2.NBT.5) - Solve the double-digit subtraction problems.

*Draw That Shape (2.G.1) - Draw each shape based on clues, such as the number of sides, faces, angles, or vertices.

*Draw the Time (2.MD.7) - Draw the clock hands to match the digital time (to 5 minutes)

*Elapsed Time (2.MD.7) - Draw the clock hands to show a given time and the time hours or minutes later.

*Measurement (2.MD.4) - Measure and compare lines.

*Money Word Problems (2.MD.8) - Solve the money word problems.

*More or Less (2.NBT.8) - Find the numbers one more, one less, ten more, and ten less in number grid puzzles.

*Counting Coins (2.MD.8) - Count the coins and write the amount.

*Odd or Even (2.OA.3) - Determine if a number is even or odd. Write same-addend addition problems for the even numbers.

*Skip Counting (By 5s, 10s, 100s) (2.NBT.2) - Write numbers to skip count to 1000.

*Subtraction Facts to 20 (2.OA.2) - Solve the subtraction problems quickly.

*Summer Graph (2.MD.10) - Create a summer bar graph based on a tally chart and answer questions about the data.

*Addition Word Problems (2.OA.1) - Solve the addition word problems.

*Comparing 3-Digit Numbers (2.NBT.4) - Compare three-digit numbers.

*Estimate Length (2.MD.3) - Estimate the length of given objects.

*Identify Shapes (2.G.1) - Identify pentagons, triangles, cubes, quadrilaterals, and hexagons.

*Addition Facts to 20 (2.OA.2) - Solve the addition problems quickly.

*Roll and Solve Addition (2.NBT.7) - Roll a dice and solve triple-digit addition problems.

*Adding and Subtracting 10 and 100 (1.NBT.8) - Add and subtract 10 and 100 from given numbers.

*Roll and Solve Subtraction (2.NBT.7) - Roll a dice and solve triple-digit subtraction problems.

*Summer Sudoku - Solve the summer sudoku puzzle.

*Teacher Letter (W.3.4) – Write a letter to introduce yourself to your new fourth grade teacher.

*Third Grader and 4th Grader Venn Diagram (RL.3.9) – Use the Venn Diagram to compare third and fourth graders.

*Abstract Nouns (L.3.1.C) – Finish the story by filling in the missing abstract nouns.

*Adding Prefixes (RF.3.3.A) – Add prefixes to create new words.

*Adding Suffixes (RF.3.3.A) – Add suffixes to create new words.

*Derivational Suffixes (RF.3.3.A) – Match the meaning with the suffix and give examples of words containing each suffix.

*Addresses (L.3.2.B) – Add commas to complete the addresses on the postcards.

*Adjectives (L.3.1.A) – Give three adjectives for each summertime noun.

*Comparative Adjectives (L.3.1.G) – Determine the correct comparative adjective to complete each sentence.

*Comparative and Superlative Adjectives and Adverbs (L.3.1.G) – Write the comparative and superlative form of each adjective or adverb.

*Parts of Speech (L.3.1.A) – Match the definitions with the parts of speech and give examples of each.

*Parts of Speech Search (L.3.1.A) – Find the hidden words in the picture and sort them by part of speech.

*Ask and Answer (RI.3.1) – Read the informative passage about Hawaii and ask questions about the text.

*Summer Book Log (RF.3.4) – Record the fiction and nonfiction books you read this summer.

*Create-a-Word-Search (RF.3.3) – Create a word search for your friends to solve.

*Compare and Contrast (Whales and Dolphins) (RI.3.3) – Fill in the Venn Diagram to compare whales and dolphins. Write a paragraph comparing the animals.

*Facts, Details, and Definitions (W.3.2.B) – Choose a topic to research. Record facts, details, and definitions pertaining to the topic.

*Informational Writing (W.3.2) – Write an informational piece about a favorite sea creature.

*Narrative Writing (2) (W.3.3) – Write a fictional story about a day at the beach. Write a true narrative about your summer vacation.

*Opinion Writing (W.3.1) – Write an opinion piece about whether or not you should swim in the ocean.

*Sorting Sentences (Intros, Facts, Conclusions) (W.3.1, W.3.2, W.3.3) – Sort the sentences by whether they are introduction sentences, conclusion sentences, or facts for the middle of a paragraph.

*Sorting Sentences Simple Compound, Complex) (L.3.1) – Sort by sentence type.

*Plot Diagram (RL.3.5) – Use the plot diagram to plan a fictional story. Include a list of characters.

*Proofreading Practice (L.3.2) – Correct the mistakes you find in each passage.

*Quotations and Commas (L.3.2.C) – Add commas and quotations to complete each sentence.

*Reasons (W.3.1.B) - Give your opinion on three summertime topics. Provide three reasons for each opinion.

*Multiplication Facts (2) (3.OA.7) – Solve the single digit multiplication facts as quickly as you can.

*Multiplying Multiples of 10 (3.NBT.3) – Practice multiplying multiples of ten.

*Multiplication Word Problems (3.OA.3) – Solve the multiplication word problems.

*Multiplying 3 Numbers (3.OA.5) – Practice multiplying three numbers.

*3 by 1 Multiplication (3.OA.3) – Multiply the three-digit numbers by a single digit number.

*Multiples Of...(3.OA.7) – Color each grid with multiples of a given number. Use the secret code to reveal a summertime word.

*Spin and Multiply (3.OA.3) – Use a paperclip / pencil spinner to find number to multiply. Solve.

*Solve It (Distributive Property) (3.OA.5) – Use the distributive property to solve the equations.

*Roll and Solve Addition (3.NBT.2) – Roll a dice. Solve a three-digit addition problem in the given column.

*Roll and Solve Subtraction (3.NBT.2) - Roll a dice. Solve a three-digit subtraction problem in the given column.

*Divide and Color (3.OA.7) – Solve the division problems. Color the picture according to the code.

*Division Facts (2) (3.OA.7) – Solve the division facts as quickly as you can.

*Division Word Problems (3.OA.3) – Solve the division word problem.

*Finding Area: Counting Units (3.MD.6) – Find the area of each rectangle by counting units.

*Equal Groups (3.OA.2) - Determine how to make equal groups of a given amount of objects.

*Groups Of...(3.OA.1) – Multiply to determine the total amount of objects.

*Plotting Fractions on the Number Line (3.NF.2.B) - Place the correct fractions on each section of the number lines. Determine the equivalent fractions.

*Comparing Fractions (3.NF.3.D) – Use < or > to compare the fractions with equal numerators or denominators.

*Color and Match Fractions (3.NF.3.B) – Color the circle to match the given fractions.

*Comparing Number Sentences (3.NBT.2) – Solve the equations and compare the answers.

*Write the Time (3.MD.1) – Write the time shown on each clock (to the minute).

*Draw the Time (3.MD.1) – Draw hands on each clock to show the given time.

*Elapsed Time (3.MD.1) – Look at two clocks and determine how much time has passed.

*Elapsed Time Word Problems (3.MD.1) – Solve the elapsed time word problems.

*Rounding (3.NBT.1) – Round each number to the nearest 10 and 100.

*Find the Missing Number (3.OA.4) – Find the missing number in each multiplication or division problem.

56 - Using Multiplication to Divide (3.OA.6) – Write the multiplication fact that can help you solve each given division problem. Solve.

*Multi-Step Word Problems (3.OA.8) – Use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve the word problems.

*Summer Food Graph (3.MD.3) – Complete the graph and answer the questions.

*Rectangles and Rhombuses (3.G.1) – Use a Venn Diagram to compare rectangles and rhombuses.

*Area and Perimeter (3.MD.8, 3.MD.7) – Solve the problems involving are and perimeter, including finding total area or perimeter and finding the missing length.

I hope you enjoy this packet and that you find it helpful. Please message me if you have any questions.

-Kendra

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