Winner Wednesday: Summer Reviews PreK-4th Grade


We are back and better than ever!  Winner Wednesday is the monthly linky party that Jennifer from A Dab of Glue Will Do and I are hosting, where participants blog about one of their products and then raffle off a copy of that product to a lucky winner.  There is still time to join us today if you'd like.  If you would like more information on how to participate, zip file with all needed graphics and the link to sign up for the monthly newsletter that gives you the direction and links, just click HERE.  

Today, I've decided to blog about a product line instead of one product so that today's winner can pick the grade level that works best for him/her.

A few summers ago, the mom of the girls I was tutoring asked if I would make homework for them and their little brother.  She just wanted something short and sweet that would keep them thinking and help prevent the summer slide.  It is designed to be a copy and print activity.  There is no prep involved and minimal supplies needed.  A few pages need scissors and glue/tape.  There are a few spinner pages that need a pencil and paperclip to use as the spinner.  You can print these as a packet or pick and choose what you want your students to work on.

Here are a few ways that other teachers are using these packets:
-Summer packet to send home with students at the end of the year
-Review during the last month of the school year
-Refresher at the beginning of the school year
-A few pages each week during summer tutoring sessions

The grade level listed on these would be the grade level the student just completed.  However, there is no cover page or label on each page to indicate what grade level it is, so you can use these with students in any grade level if it is a skill they need to work on.

PreK and Kindergarten have 100 pages (50 math and 50 literacy) and the 1st-4th grade versions have 80 pages (50 math and 30 literacy) because I assumed older students will also have summer reading or spelling practice to do as homework.

Click any of the pictures below to head to my TpT store and see what is included in each packet in more detail.  Also, check out the preview of each item to see all the pages that are included.  

Pre-K

Pre-K Summer Review packet includes 100 pages of no prep work to help prevent summer slide.  Some of the topics covered include number and letter ID, counting, addition, sequencing numbers, rhyming words and more!
Some topics included:
-Number identification 1-10, counting, shapes, addition up to 10, matching, sequencing numbers, more and less, AB patterns
-Letter formation, initial consonant sounds, writing name, letter identification, rhyming words

Kindergarten

Kindergarten Summer Review packet includes 100 pages of no prep work to help prevent summer slide.  Some of the topics covered include number and letter ID, counting, addition & subtraction, sequencing numbers, rhyming words, sight words and more!
Some topics included:
-Number identification 1-20, counting, 2D & 3D shapes, addition & subtraction up to 10, sequencing numbers, more and less, representing numbers different ways
-Letter formation, initial & final consonant sounds, writing name, letter identification, rhyming words, sight words, writing to a prompt, punctuation, plural nouns

First Grade

First Grade Summer Review packet includes 80 pages of no prep work to help prevent summer slide.  Some of the topics covered include telling time, fractions, comparing numbers, place value, vowel sounds, sight words, abc order and more!
Some topics included:
-Telling time, shapes, fractions, comparing numbers, money, place value, addition & subtraction, even & odd numbers, graphing, fact families, number sense
-Free write, vowel sounds, sight words, parts of speech, punctuation, abc order

Second Grade

Second Grade Summer Review packet includes 80 pages of no prep work to help prevent summer slide.  Some of the topics covered telling time, fractions, money, place value, graphing, writing, sight words and more!
Some topics included:
-Telling time, shapes, fractions, comparing numbers, money, place value, addition & subtraction (single & multi digit), even & odd numbers, graphing
-Free write, letter writing, vowel sounds, sight words, parts of speech, editing sentences

Third Grade

Third Grade Summer Review packet includes 80 pages of no prep work to help prevent summer slide.  Some of the topics covered include telling time, fractions, money, place value, vowel sounds, parts of speech, editing sentences and more!
Some topics included:
-Telling time, shapes, fractions, comparing numbers, money, place value, addition & subtraction (single & multi digit), multiplication, graphing, fact families
-Free write, letter writing, vowel sounds, sight words, parts of speech, editing sentences

Fourth Grade

4th Grade Summer Review packet includes 80 pages of no prep work to help prevent summer slide.  Some of the topics covered include angles, story problems, fractions, multiplication and division, antonyms, synonyms and more!

Some topics included:
-Angles & lines, story problems, fractions, comparing & ordering numbers, place value, addition & subtraction, multiplication & division, area, perimeter 
-Write to a prompt, letter writing, sight words, parts of speech, editing sentences, compound sentences, antonyms, synonyms, prepositional phrases, homophones



Now is your chance to win one summer review packet in the grade level of your choice.  All you need to do is enter the rafflecopter below and enter your name and the grade level you would like to receive.  A winner will be chosen and emailed the Summer Review of their choice on Thursday.

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3 comments

  1. Oh man! Oh man! Someone is going to be one lucky duck. It is obvious you put SO much hard work into getting these created. They look great!

    Jennifer
    A Dab of Glue Will Do

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  2. Sara, This entire product line is amazing! I hope I win it to help my own little preschooler get prepared for kindergarten! Thanks for hosting Winner Wednesday : )

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  3. These look amazing, Sara! I would love the Preschool one for my daughter! Thanks so much for hosting the link-up! :)

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