- A reminder to use Edmodo for discussing summer reading
- A list of totally awesome books recommended by ME
- Spelling and Vocabulary learning activities
- Math games and learning activities (Please check out Calculation Nation, which is pretty sweet. But you need to create an account for your child)
- Link to the Kid Blog writing project (see my earlier blog post about this for instructions)
- Ideas for building technology skills. (including a new idea about using Vocaroo to make a podcast...see my earlier blog post for instructions)
Speaking of technology skills, the students have a pretty deep toolkit that they've developed this year when it comes to technology. Anything they learn can be turned into a blog post, a Google Doc presentation, a section of their wiki page, a Glogster project, and more.
So now it's up to you to keep them busy with all of this. You can find it all by clicking on "Summer Learning" at the top of the page. Maybe a schedule will work best for you--perhaps an hour or so a few times a week reading and playing math games and blogging, etc. I think if you do this, their learning will definitely continue throughout the summer months.
I'll try to blog a few times each month, too, just to say "hi" and to share any ideas I have. I'll be checking my email all summer, too, so feel free to drop me a line.