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  • This Pie Chart Summer School is perfect to practice graphing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Pie Chart Summer School. Use a pie chart to learn which summer school classes will have the highest percentage of students.
  • Use this 'Summer Writing - End of Year Reflections (k-2)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Summer Writing - End of Year Reflections (k-2)'. This is a fun and productive 7 page end-of-the-year project. Students will reflect, draw, and write about their school year memories. Includes autograph and picture pages.
  • Use this 'Shapebook: Summer Journal - Writing Prompts (elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Shapebook: Summer Journal - Writing Prompts (elem)'. Summer journal to color and write! Make your own booklet to write about what you did this summer, and include a drawing or photo. Blank pages are included for you to create your own summer writing journal.
  • Three reading texts on the London 2012 Summer Olympic Games: the event and history, the sports, the venues. Includes a vocabulary list, a discussion and an activity on differences in American and British English, and a research exercise on unfamiliar sports, as well as two sets of completion questions and three discussion or essay topics. (12 pages)
  • This informational piece provides a history of the Pledge, as well as a line by line analysis of the meaning, and essay/discussion questions.
  • "Every morning at 8:30 a.m., my school says the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag." Realistic fiction followed by multiple choice questions.
  • The form of government and the three branches of government are presented as reading comprehensions, and then facts are reviewed with realistic word problems.
  • Explains the first ten amendments in clear and simple language, then presents a real case (Tinker v. Des Moines) and a hypothetical case to help understand how those amendments work. Excellent review and critical thinking questions.
  • A reading comprehension on the history of the U.S. flag, from its thirteen starred canton to its current appearance, and a reading comprehension overview of the Flag Code, to introduce or review proper treatment of the U.S. flag. Great for Flag Day (June 14th)...or any U.S. holiday.
  • The origins of Flag Day (June 14) and some basic rules for flag treatment are included in this reading comprehension.
  • Find words related to the "mother of the flag": seamstress, legend, George Washington, and more.
  • A fact-filled reading comprehension about the U.S. constitution. Constitution Day is September 17th.
  • A simple and factual reading comprehension about the U.S. Constitution.
  • A bulletin board set with a straight border, letter set spelling "Welcome to Summer School," and an alphabet set, all with sun symbols on a sky blue background, plus a set of six summer related graphics and a page of ideas for classroom use. Use with abcteach Summer Plans and Summer Goals theme forms or great for any summer bulletin board.
  • A border paper with summer theme of sun symbols on a blue sky background, titled "Summer School Goals." Matches border and graphics for abcteach's "Welcome to Summer School" bulletin board set.
  • A border paper with summer theme of sun symbols on a blue sky background, titled My "Summer Plans." Matches border and graphics for abcteach's "Welcome to Summer School" bulletin board set.
  • This end of summer fun packet focuses on looking back at this summer's activities and looking forward to school.   Activities include reflective writing about summer, planning the start of the school year and games.

  • Use this 'Writing Prompt: Summer Vacation (upper elem/middle)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing Prompt: Summer Vacation (upper elem/middle)'. Use these "thinking prompts" to help start brainstorming for a "Summer Vacation" assignment.
  • Use this 'Summer Writing - End of Year Reflections (grades 3-5)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Summer Writing - End of Year Reflections (grades 3-5)'. This is a fun and productive 8 page end-of-the-year project. Students will write and reflect about their school year memories. Picture and autograph pages are included.
  • For an end-of-the-year review activity, have students brainstorm and identify summer safety rules; then create a poster describing and illustrating them.

  • This is a 2 page end-of-year lesson for students to plan summer reading, writing and math goals. Students plan their goals based on the activities they wish to do.

  • For a fun, end-of-the-year project, have students create a brochure of summer vacation ideas. Ideas includes family trips, rainy day activities, community service and more

  • For an end-of-the-year activity, have students brainstorm and identify summer safety rules; then create a poster listing rules for 4 categories of their choice.

  • Use this 'Story Starters: End of the School Year (multiage)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Story Starters: End of the School Year (multiage)'. Ten story starters for "end of the school year" stories.
  • For a fun, end of the year project, have students choose their own activities using our Tic-Tac-Toe sheet. Students will reflect upon their learning and ponder the summer and future as well.

  • A seven page set of templates and graphics for creating a lapbook about the end of the school year. Includes templates for pockets, matchbooks, flip books, flashcards, plus a coloring activity.

  • This School Themed Multiplication (upper elementary) Word Problems is perfect to practice problem solving skills. Your elementary grade students will love this School Themed Multiplication (upper elementary) Word Problems. Cindy had a summer job bathing dogs. She earned $5.25 for every dog she bathed. She bathed 17 dogs every week. How many dogs did she bathe in two weeks?
  • Use these 4 activities at the start of the school year to get to know students and help them feel more comfortable in the classroom. Includes a classroom scavenger hunt, and an activity to learn more about students.

  • Use this Venn diagram to compare school and summer vacation.
  • Use this Venn diagram to compare school and summer vacation.
  • Pitching an ideal summer is more than just pitching a tent... this unit takes students through a step-by-step planning and "pitch" of an ideal summer vacation, including needs assessment, time management, cost analysis, writing a persuasive letter, and more.
  • This is a 2 page end-of-year lesson for students to plan their reading, writing and math goals. Students integrate and plan their goals based on activities they wish to do.

  • A short story about a difficult summer job. The focus of this lesson is embedded SAT-level vocabulary (all nouns). The story is followed by questions to check vocabulary-based comprehension, context practice, synonym matching, and a guide word exercise.
  • "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.
  • The "Back to School" Theme is designed to begin teaching children independent living skills. Part of the Family Activity Planner.
  • Imagine that you are attending the Olympic Games as a representative of your school. Write a letter to the school describing...
  • A colorful sun and beach illustrated homeschool daily task chart with tasks listed under the four categories: morning, school day, afternoon/evening, other tasks.
  • Illustrated with a sun and beach theme, this daily task chart provides space to type in dates and tasks in four categories: Morning, School Day, Afternoon/Evening, Other. Designed with a check-off grid for each category.
  • "I enjoyed having you in my class. Have a nice summer." Say goodbye at the end of the school year with this note.