Summer Bridge Activities(r), Grades 1 - 2 Paperback – 15 January 2015
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Just 15 minutes a day to keep skills sharp! The workbook pages are designed to be completed in a short time, leaving enough time for play.
160 pages of creative learning featuring monthly goals to track progress and activities with real-world applications. Includes fun stickers and flash cards too!
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Used by millions of families, this series has been parent-trusted for more than 25 years to help children strengthen skills, plus build confidence and self-esteem.
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Summer Bridge Activities workbooks are specifically designed to fight Summer Slide. The activities are meant to be done in just 15 minutes a day, so they're perfect for those who just want a brush-up between school years. They go up through eighth grade,
From the Back Cover
- Language : English
- Paperback : 160 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1483815811
- ISBN-13 : 978-1483815817
- Reading age : 6 - 7 years
- Best Sellers Rank: 27,057 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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My favorite thing about these work books are that they can be fast and simple lessons that usually take about 15 minutes or less to do. The other thing I like is they aren’t just math or reading. Each day they mix in several different concepts. I feel that way the kids don’t get overwhelmed with a subject or concept they might struggle with.
It also GRADUALLY gets a little more difficult each day. So by the time summer is over they are being introduced to things that they will learn for the next year.
They also come with flash cards that are made of good card stock to work on concepts like: letters, shapes, numbers, telling time, multiplication, divide, and other concepts that are age appropriate.
There are small stickers at the back that the kids can put on their page after they are done that are just small stars. There is also a parent key at the back to check if the kid’s work is correct. I’m not going to lie I have used! :)
Overall these have been great. The hardest thing I have struggled with is just being consistent and making sure they try and do them each day. When used these are fabulous!