Can you believe that summer break is almost here? The countdown has begun and I can’t stand the thought of my precious students not having the opportunity or motivation to be thinking and reading over the summer! We have worked too hard this year for that to happen! :) So I have put together this Summer Break challenge to send home with them over the summer break! Plus it is LOW-Prep and printer friendly! Now that is a win-win!
This packet contains 50 FUN math, reading, or writing activities for your students to do. Two calendars are included with all of the activities on them. The calendars are not date specific, but instead contain 50 days worth of activities. A student letter is included with instructions and I've also included an editable version of the student letter for you too. Students will pick one activity to do a day, but the activities do not have to be done in a specific order. Some of the activities come with printables to complete the activity. These are noted on the calendar with a sun.
At the end of the summer parents will sign a completion form and the students will return the form and calendars to you during the first week of school in order to receive their certificate and prize!
***PLEASE look at the PREVIEW for a more detailed look at the packet.
Altogether this packet includes:
*instructions on how to use and make the packet
*a cover for the summer break challenge packet
*an instructional letter to the students (an editable version is included, but you need to have PowerPoint to edit the letter)
*Summer Break Challenge calendar with 50 FUN reading, writing, and math challenges
*Summer Vacation Journal
*15 Printables to go with the challenges
*Completion Form for parents to sign and students to return at the beginning of the new school year
*Alternate Version of the Challenge that includes only the cover, letter, calendars, and completion form
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask! I hope that you and your students have fun taking on the Ultimate Summer Break Challenge!
First Grade in Foxwell Forest