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• A picture of a sunflowers and wide lines to write a story or poem about the month of August.
• Solve the simple addition problems to find out what colors to use in the picture.

• "Here is a table of what Jenny planted in the new flower garden. Read the table and answer the questions."
• Cut out the pictures and put them in order next to the sentences. Then write a story that uses the sentences as the foundation. Good early reader work.
• Read the story, then number the events as they occur in the story. Write the story again in your own handwriting and draw a picture to go with the text.
• Read the events, put them in order (explaining the reasoning for the order), then write them into a story with creative embellishments. This lesson is adaptable to a variety of levels.
• Printable "summer window" game board, with clouds for Os and suns for Xs. Suggestion: Laminate for reuse.
• Colorful printable "summer window" game board, with clouds for Os and suns for Xs. Suggestion: Laminate for reuse.
• A picture of children playing at the beach to color and wide lines to write about summer fun!

• Color this picture of three children playing at the beach.
• Nice picture of a lighthouse to color.
• A picture of a lighthouse to color and space to write about summer and the beach.
• A picture of two people in a rowboat to color and space to write about them.
• A picture of two people in a rowboat to color.
• A picture of a girl surfing to color and wide lines to write about summer fun!
• A picture of a girl surfing to color.
• Addition Activity:; Add the sums (up to 18) and use the key to color the picture of two runners.
• Add the sums (up to 8) and use the key to color the picture of a sunflower turned to the sun.
• Find the difference (up to 8) and use the key to color the picture of a young baseball player.
• Find the difference (up to 8) and use the key to color the picture of a a young soccer player.
• A picture to color and space to write a very short story with theme words from a word bank.
• A picture to color and space to write a very short story with theme words from a word bank.
• A picture to color and space to write a very short story with theme words from a word bank.
• B/W drawing of a suitcase to color, and wide lines for writing.
• Color this drawing of a suitcase.
• "No more homework! Have a great summer." Print and wrap this candy wrapper around a standard-size candy bar and glue in place for a great gift.
• Have a Great Summer! Print and wrap this candy wrapper around a standard-size candy bar and glue in place for a great gift.
• A picture to color and lines to write a short text with theme words from a word bank.
• A sun to color and lines to write a short story about summer and the sun.
• A picture of the sun to color and wide lines to write a short story about the sun or summer.
• Put the summer-themed words in alphabetical order.
• Cut out the events related to a summer trip to the beach, and paste them in the correct order.
• Use the Venn diagram to compare two summer pictures.
• Cut out the pairs of summer-themed pictures and make a memory match game.
• Cut out the pictures of kites and balloons to make a summer tic-tac-toe board.

• Glue the four shells that make a math fact family into the correct places.