Many students lose around two months of grade-level equivalency in math, and many also lose reading achievement over the summer.
And while we might not LOVE doing workbooks (except I was the weird kid who did love workbooks,) I like that the Brain Quest workbooks are such a helpful tool for parents so we can keep kids learning and reviewing over the summer.
Summer Brain Quest Workbooks
Summer Brain Quest workbooks are designed for students to review and practice in all subjects: social studies, science, English language arts, and math. It aligns with Common Core state standards, Next Generation State Standards, and state social studies standards. Plus, the workbooks are grade-level curriculum-based, created in consultation with an award-winning teacher specializing in the specific grades.
The SUMMER BRAIN QUEST workbooks are packed with things to learn and do!
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 fold-out map shows the levels of progress starting with level one. This means kids can track their learning and progress with stickers. It makes learning more fun.
You’ll also love that the learning activities aren’t just for indoors.
In the K & 1st grade workbook, the outdoor learning opportunities include a letter hunt and shadow tag.
You’ll notice that the Brain Quest summer workbooks are colorful, inviting to read, and filled with interesting activities. Each page is marked with what it teaches and color-coded by level.
The artwork is by video game artist Edison Yan and is totally eye-catching!
You can choose to hone their skills in certain subjects, or all subjects, whether science, math, literacy activities, reading comprehension, writing, or grammar!
I recommend these as a tool for even ten minutes a day to keep kids from forgetting what they learned during the school year.