AWARD-WINNING WORKBOOK: Summer Bridge Activities is the recipient of the 2018 Kids' Product of the Year Award and Travel Fun of the Year Award from "Creative Child Magazine." This workbook was designed to prevent summer learning loss and help your child get a headstart on the next year.
INCLUDES: One Summer Bridge Activities workbook for 3rd to 4th grade. This workbook focuses on all subjects - math, writing, reading, science, social studies, fitness and character building. It also includes bonus stickers and flash cards.
15 MINUTES A DAY: These best-selling summer activity books are designed to prevent learning loss in just 15 minutes per day. Each page is numbered by day so children and parents can track progress and reach monthly learning goals.
TEACHER-RECOMMENDED: Summer Bridge is a teacher-recommended workbook that parents have loved and trusted for the last 10 years. Summer Bridge Activities is available for preschool through 8th grade. Support your children through the end of middle school!
SUMMER LEARNING LOSS: Summer learning loss is when children lose skills learned in school over the course of the summer season. Two months of learning loss occurs during the summer, with the highest losses being in math and spelling.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
These workbooks are great for keeping kids minds working throughout the summer. Kids only two 2 pages a day but the content covered includes a variety of subjects. I like that it also includes a physical fitness portion too. Of course I hope that's not all the fitness a kid gets in a summer (every other day basically in the book) but I like that there is that additional encouragement. There are flashcards in the back that can be cut out to practice with and a nice certificate of completion. Another good point is the bonus pages (science experiments and stuff you can try out at home) which are interesting and fun. They put a sticker at the end of each days work (or you could use the stickers for other things if you don't want to end each days work with them. The activities are all based on reviewing the skills they learned in the previous grade and then gradually try to ease them into some of the beginning skills of the grade they will be going into so that they are better prepared for the next grade and keep from getting that back to school fog in which they forget so much over the summer.