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I really wanted to send something home with my parents that would give them some ideas and resources to help their child during summer break.  So I put together this letter with a few ideas and some websites that they can use at home.  I thought someone else might find it useful.

By the way, have you heard about Barnes & Noble's Summer Reading Program for kids?  Students can get a free book by reading and logging in 8 books during the summer.  How cool is that?  Click {here} to download the reading journal.

The font does look a little squished in Google Viewer, but it's fine when you download it.


Is anyone else looking forward to summer break? I'm so jealous of those that are already out. 5.5 days left with students!

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  1. Great job! I will be sharing this with my grade level. Thank you!!

    First Grade Factory

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  2. Thank you for posting this! It's nice that it's applicable for ALL grade levels! :-)

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  3. I just stumbled upon your blog and also tried to give parents some ideas for the summer. I added a large list of online activites on my blog (My students LOVE the computer) that are broken down by grade level and subject. I thought you might be interested! Misszawatskidps.wordpress.com

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