My little ones and I are so excited for summertime! We ALL need a break! I made this packet to send home with my little ones over the break, but it also includes tons of printables that you can use in the days leading up to summer!
This packet includes 6 Summer Checklists for students to complete simple activities and have their parents sign on. Activities range from going to the library, helping someone in their family, and looking at the clock and writing the time down! TONS of 1st grade skills are reviewed, and this is perfect for teachers that have limited printing at the end of the year! Finally, there is a reading log for students to fill out...print as many copies as you think your students will use!
I also included a parent letter to send home, and certificates for students to get at the beginning of next year for completing their summer packet!
Take a look at the preview to see everything that's included! Here's a list!
Color by Code-Students color nouns, verbs, and adjectives
Missing Digraphs-Studnets fill in the missing beginning digraphs
Long Vowels-Students use the word bank to label the long vowel words
The Best Summer Day-Students draw and write about the best summer day they've ever had
Ocean Animal Fun-Students research and write about ocean animals
Summer Safety-Students draw and write the steps to being safe in the summer
Read and Retell-Students read a fiction book and write about the beginning, middle, and end
Sunny Story Elements-Students read a fiction book and write about the characters, setting, problem, and solution
Visualize It-Students read the summer poem and draw their mental image
Read and Infer-Students read the passage and make inferences
Adjectives-Students write adjectives for various nouns
Character Feelings-Students draw and write events in the story and how the character felt
Nonfiction Reading-Students write about their schema, wonderings and new learning while reading a nonfiction book
Summer Sight Words-Students write sight words in their fanciest handwriting
Bubbly Numbers-Students compare numbers using <, > and order numbers
Popsicle Puzzles-Students fill out the 120 chart puzzles
Sweet Summertime-Students draw the hands on the clock for hour and half hours
Coin Count-Students count the coins and write the value of each set
Summer Stories-Students solve the story problem and show their thinking
Ten More and Ten Less-Students write the numbers that are 10 more and 10 less
Skip Count to Summer-Students finish the number patterns
3D Shape Match-Students match the attributes to the 3D shape
Summer Shapes-Students color the shapes by the code
Tens and Ones-Students count the place value blocks
You could easily send the checklists home and use the printables to get you through the last few weeks of school. OR, send it all home and ensure that your babies are practicing all summer long!