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Summer Packet, Summer Reading, Avoid the Summer Slide

Danielle Knight
22.2k Followers
Grade Levels
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool
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Pages
38 pages
$2.99
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Danielle Knight
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Summer Packet Task Cards: Summer Reading, Includes 38 cards focusing on summer reading...18 Task Style Cards: (4 to a sheet) Critical thinking, Literary Analysis, Characters, Plot, Theme, Opinion, Creativity

20 Unique Index Style Cards: Your Students fill these in! (2 to a sheet)
-Reading Strategy
-Writing Topics
-Sentence Starters

Use these task cards with your students…
*A great way to mix alternative with authentic written assessments. Can be modified for any level.
*For Differentiated Instruction: Give students alternative ways of exploring and expressing key ideas and using key skills.
*This set of cards allow students to work independently at their own pace. Or as the teacher…you set due dates!
*Gives credit for artistic/creative expression, use of technology, written responses, and effort.
*Great for a choice or alternative assignment
With Early Finishers
*Many students develop more positive on-task behavior by attempting an assignment of their choice.
*Print in color, cut, and place the cards on a key ring or display in your classroom or in your home.
*Allow students to use the index style cards for their summer reading assessment in September.
*Assign the cards to students during summer school, tutoring sessions, or assign to your own child for summer independent reading!

Parents work with their child to avoid the "summer slide." What is summer slide?
Summer is the perfect time for students to relax, but it’s also a time when summer learning loss can occur. This is called the “summer slide.”
*By reinforcing reading and writing skills during off time, parents can create a summer reading list
*celebrate or reward their child when they finish each book or review task.
*Set small amounts of time aside weekly or daily to make it fun and not seem like a daunting event.

Tutors and Summer School Teachers, "Don't leave home without them!"

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Total Pages
38 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
2 months
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