Many students lose around two months of grade-level equivalency in math, and many also lose reading achievement, over the summer.
New Summer Brain Quest Workbooks
That’s where Summer Brain Quest workbooks can help. Each workbook is packed with things to learn. Kids track their progress on a fold-out map in the back of the book where they’ll record stickers as they complete the book’s activities.
The map offers a choice of routes. This means kids can customize their learning, choosing what excites them most. It makes learning personalized.
You’ll love that the activities aren’t just indoor. Below you’ll notice the outdoor learning opportunities in the K & 1 book: letter hunt, shadow tag, and more.
The summer workbooks are colorful, inviting to read, and filled with interesting activities.
The artwork by video game artist Edison Yan is especially eye-catching.
You’ll find science, math, literacy activities, reading comprehension, writing, and grammar! Plus, includes a really fun way to keep track of the great books you read. (See above page from the 5 & 6 summer workbook.)
These SUMMER BRAIN QUEST workbooks are created in consultation with an award-winning teacher specializing in the specific grades. The exercises are aligned to Common Core State Standards, Next Generation State Standards, and state social studies standards.
Disclosure: Workman Publishing partnered with me on this blog post but my opinions are all my own. I really love these workbooks — and recommend them for part of your kids’ summer learning.