Asbury Elementary

Soaring to Excellence

Student Resources

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Summer Resources:

All Grades

Accessing Your Google Account from Home (English)

Accessing Your Google Account from Home (Spanish)

The Bookies:  Superhero Bingo Reading Card

Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Program

Denver Public Library Summer of Reading 2018

 

***The math teachers would like to emphasize basic fact fluency and practicing word problems with visual models (show your work) this summer.***

Math – 1st – 2nd

iReady for Math

freckle.com

bedtimath.com

Math – 3rd – 5th

iReady for Math

Summer Bridge Workbooks

www.mathlearningcenter.org

MathPlay on Pinterest

Khan Academy

Xtra Math (Facts Practice)

1st Grade:

First Grade Packet

iReady for Math and Literacy

3rd Grade:

iReady for Math and Literacy

Math Magician

Typing Club

Prodigy

4th Grade:

iReady for Math and Literacy

Reading Suggestions Packet

Fourth Grade Literacy – Summer Suggestions
Hello to all future fourth graders and their families!  I hope you all have a wonderful summer! I look forward to spending next school year with you, working as a class and in small groups on all things reading and writing!
I am not going to give any required reading; however, I do have a suggestion. In 4th grade, instead of reading logs, students are assigned a book report as homework each month.  The reports consist of reading a book and some type of project.  Each month, a different genre is required – so students can choose a book within a specific genre. I suggest that this summer, when students choose what to read, they try different genres.  For example, in the fiction genre, there is mystery, science fiction, historical fiction, fantasy fiction, classic fiction, humorous fiction, and so on.  In the nonfiction genre, there is biography, history, procedural, sports, science, social sciences, and so on. Remember to keep track of your reading for the Barry’s Bookworms celebration!
I also encourage students to take every opportunity to write this summer.  Writing can be in the form of letters, journals, fiction, cartoons, whatever is fun for you.
See you in August!
Mrs. Berge