Summer Bridge Activities: Kindergarten to 1st Grade

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Rainbow Bridge Pub., Aug 1, 1996 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 158 pages
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An innovative series to help children improve reading, writing, arithmetic, and spelling while they are not in school.

Approximately 80 percent of what children are taught in school is lost within a month, unless that knowledge is reinforced quickly and continuously. Summer Bridge Activities is a series of seven workbooks designed to keep preschoolers through sixth graders learning between grades to enhance retention and improve basic academic skills.

The activities in these workbooks have been correlated with state department of education curriculum guide lines and endorsed by principals, PTA presidents, curriculum directors, teachers, and thousands of kids who have tested them. Parents are discovering a dual purpose in the workbooks, as they use them as both an educational aid in the summer and an academic supplement during the school year.

Each book includes over 240 curriculum-based activities.

Each day's activity includes an exercise in reading, writing, arithmetic, and language arts.

Great for trips as well as summer vacations.

A fun, effective way to give children a head start on upcoming curriculum.

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Good summer homework

User Review  - coloradocleo - Overstock.com

My kids find these challenging for their summer mind exercise. I bought a book covering the grade they will be entering and the following year so they have to work hard. If you want them to have more ... Read full review

A MUST for my family every summer!

User Review  - rosonorogo - Overstock.com

These books are SO good. This coming for a second grade teacher and mom of 3 school age children. They are different from other workbooks that you can buy because each page covers several different ... Read full review

Contents

Words to Sound Read and Write
vii
through Day 20 a Daily Activity in Math Reading
35
3rd Section
75
Answer Pages
100
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About the author (1996)

Hobbs holds a Master's Degree and has done post-graduate work.

Fisher holds a Master's degree and has done post-graduate work.

VanLeeuwn holds an Associate's degree and is a children's clothes buyer.

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