Summer Fun Worksheets
Keep your students from losing all the knowledge and skills you all worked so hard for over the summer. Use these printable packets of worksheets to combat "summer slide"! Each packet includes practice problems and fun games for elementary students to enjoy over the summer break; subjects covered include math, reading and language arts, science, art, and general trivia. These activities will be a great start for preventing summer brain drain, but be sure to remind parents that kids can reinforce academic skills with activities as easy as reading the back of a cereal box or counting by twos as they sort the laundry socks!
Practice math skills with worksheets all about summer fun. These activities cover arithmetic, graphing, fractions, measurement, probability, and more! This packet of worksheets will keep students using their hard-earned math skills while they complete real-life problems about shopping, baseball games, cooking, and other daily activities.
Students won't need much encouragement to practice science skills over the summer – these science experiments are so much fun! The summer solstice, insects, shadows, scavenger hunts, and constellations are just some of the fun topics that are examined in this packet. Please note that some experiments may require parental supervision, especially for younger students.
Daily Fun Facts & Trivia
Trivia and daily events are both fun ways to keep kids engaged in learning during the summer months. Our calendar outlines historical events and fun holidays for every day of the summer, and the trivia worksheets include games to play and problems to solve daily during the break.
Reading & Language Arts Worksheets
Give students a reason to read over the summer, with these word games. Children can enjoy a crossword puzzle, word find, creative writing exercises, reading comprehension activities, and more. Plus, encourage them to keep track of all the books they read over the summer – it will give them a great feeling of accomplishment!
Fun art projects will keep students engaged in learning during the summer. Kids can use paper and paint to create fun crafts, make their own play dough with simple recipes, document their summer with a photography project, build their own molds, and more!
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