Summer Learning Activities

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Summer Workbook for transition to Third Grade: 

Get Ready for Third Grade Workbook 

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Math Facts:

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Reading Tips:
As your child reads this summer be sure to work on:

~ Comprehension by talking about or writing about what they read.
~ Vocabulary by attending to new words and asking about their meaning.
~ Fluency by reading out loud at times and working on expression.

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Ideas for Writing:

~ Have your child keep a journal for the summer.  Each week they should write one paragraph about something they did. This should include a topic sentence, at least three descriptive details, and a closing sentence. 

~ Have them do some creative writing such as writing a story or poetry. Focus on descriptive words and encourage them to use new vocabulary that they haven't written with before.

~ Find an interesting topic and have them research and write about it over the summer. This should include proper sentence structure, proper paragraph structure, and details.

~ Practice letter writing with a friend throughout the summer. 

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