Activity 1: Read a nonfiction booklet about animal homes that are underground and in dens. Then observe animal life over the summer.
Activity 2: Make a die and choose from five different math games that can be played by themselves or with a partner. Skills include area, multiplication, fractions, and writing equations.
Activity 3: Make a journal with five prompts that review writing skills including writing descriptively, researching, writing a book review, writing an opinion, and writing a narrative.
Activity 4: Review skills with a fun reading tic tac toe, an outdoor scavenger hunt to review science social studies, and math, a reading bookmark, and a handy book and website list for summer learning.
Activity 5: Create a summer fun timeline with pictures that are provided. Whenever a student completes one of the summer activities, they write it on their timeline along with a sentence and the date.