Keep Learning this Summer!

Summer Reading Packets

Just click on this link and you can run off as many comprehension activities as you like.  

“Summer Math”,

Use the links above, or look in the section under Main Links section on the left of
the page. In each section you will find links to great websites, resources and ideas to help with summer review. The links on the right side of the webpage that the students have used all year will remain as well. If you are looking for some fun summer work ideas, be sure to check out these tabs–or any of the links on the 4A page.

  • Those students that can bring in evidence of their summer work in math (worksheets, website online program results, or completed workbooks) should bring them in to me the first week of school for some fun little prizes/goodies to reward a job well done. It is imperative that all students come to fifth grade with their multiplication and division facts mastered for automatic recall! Summer review should also include review of the important concepts we have covered this year, especially multiplication and division of larger numbers. Summer work does not need to be laborious, just short, focused, regular sessions will make a real difference and reduce the summer slide.

I have to give one more plug for summer reading! It is the most important and best way to keep skills strong and reduce the summer learning loss.


A special message from Ms. Beck:

4th graders have been working hard this trimester playing their recorders! These recorders are for them to keep and to continue practice on. I will be sending them home with 4th grade students on Tuesday and Thursday of next week. Please let me know if you have any questions!

Over the summer, students may access the 38 songs that we have practiced this year, and more on musicplayonline.com. My student code is: j519476. Students can navigate to “Instruments”, then “Recorder”, and there they will find lots of play along videos with different songs!

Thank you all for a great year!

-Ms. Beck