Summer Resources Grades 4 and 5
Summer is the perfect time for fun and relaxation and we wish that for you and your family! We want students to unplug and enjoy the outdoors- to be safe, and curious, and happy this summer.
Considering that this school year ended very differently than most, we also want to provide you with a variety of options to keep students engaged and learning during the summer months.
If you’re interested, please check out the robust list of resources to help support your child’s growth. Enjoy the summer- we can’t wait to welcome you back!!
As you likely know, the 4/5 Center Has a SUMMER READING INCENTIVE- Please click here for details!
CLICK here for the Full K-12 List, or click links below for students entering 4th and 5th Grade.
Students entering grades 4-5
Lexia (until 7/31) Students should log in through Clever, as they did while in school.
Lexia Core5 is a fun, computer-based program that helps students improve their literacy skills. The activities in Core5 support and build on your child’s classroom curriculum and focus on developing reading skills in six areas: phonological awareness, phonics, structural analysis, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
Imagine Math Students should log in through Clever, as they did while in school.
Imagine Math is an adaptive, interactive math program that teaches math skills at your student's skill level and helps them practice what they've learned. Students will be able to log in just as they did this school year!
Art for Kids Hub
This free site offers hundreds of directed drawing lessons and craft ideas. It is an excellent resource for not only art activities, but also great practice of the fine motor skills necessary for school readiness.
Our students have loved working through Second Step this year! If you’d like to work through some activities at home, or would like some ideas to support your children through the summer, please check out these book lists for students and for parents, along with this fun activity!
Achieve3000 is offering free remote learning resources. Achieve3000 Literacy at Home Digital provides access to non-fiction articles at three reading levels. Topics range from science and social studies to current events. Literacy printable packets contain comprehension questions that add up to one month’s worth of content that have been differentiated for students who are at-, below-, and above-grade-level readers.
#MetKidsThis Metropolitan Museum of Art website, created for kids age 7-12, allows users to explore the museum’s interactive map, watch behind-the-scenes videos featuring kids, travel through more than 5,000 years of art in a time machine, and try out creative projects for at home.
The Scratch website introduces students to creative coding activities. They can program interactive stories, games, and animations.
Free interactive practice exercises, quizzes and instructional videos are available that covers many core academic subjects, including math, science, arts, and humanities. Khan Academy has been translated into more than 40 languages. Get started.