Summer Learning Resources

Next Steps

Dear Parents,

It has been an absolute joy to watch your children grow both academically and socially this year. We are so proud of how far they have come. Summer is upon us and it is time to recharge our batteries by taking time to enjoy our family and friends. Whatever way you choose to embrace the summer months, we hope it is filled with fun and laughter. As I have stated in your child’s report card, here are things to use at your discretion to strengthen their understanding of a particular concept or improve their reading and math fluency.



Kate and Jake

The Nice Mice

No More Sad Tunes

Thad and Thelma

Chase and Chet

Reading (Level H)

Grasshopper’s Gross Lunch  

Elephants Giant Mammal’s

Brainstorm Bear

I Collect That

Reading (Level K/L)

Blackbeard The Pirate

Model Rockets

All About Kites

At Jacob’s House


Handwriting Without Tears letter and number formation.

Letter placement anchor chart and writing paper.

Storytelling and Book Reviews

Share your stories and book reviews on this Flipgrid link

Summer Journals

Please watch these videos on how to create a personal narrative.

Writing a Personal Narrative-Brainstorming

Writing a Personal Narrative-Planning

Writing a Personal Narrative-Writing an Introduction

Writing a Personal Narrative-Writing a Conclusion

Summer Writing Prompts

writing prompts



Username: first and last

Password: math123


Watch this video on living things

Listen to What Do You Do With a Tail Like This?


Social Studies

Learn more about maps, watch these videos.

There’s a Map on My Lap

How to Make a Map

Here is some graph paper .

Here are a few videos, games, apps, and anchor charts to help with supporting your child at home.

Language Arts

Printing: Handwriting Without Tears letter and number formation.     

McKenna, Mrs. / Handwriting Without Tears | Handwriting without tears, Writing without tears, Preschool writing

Letter placement anchor chart.


  • Click on this video to see various addition strategies introduced in class.
  • Click on this video to see various subtraction strategies introduced in class. I have not yet introduced Touch Math.
  • Click on this video to see what the students have learned about place value. If they need more practise they can redo these Place Value activity sheets.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to email me.