First through Fourth Grade Summer Reading

Summer Reading: Read all 40 words on the Dolch PrePrimer Sight Word List. You will find the list by accessing our first grade website, ccsfirst.weebly.com. Students need to practice being able to instantly and confidently read words from the Sign Word List. They need to use these words in various activities during the first few weeks of school.

Summer Math: Count and identify numbers 0-20. Count by fives and tens to 100. Identify and name pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Identify the 12 numbers on a clock and practice telling time to the hour. Name the 4 seasons, 12 months, and 7 days. Practice basic math facts to 10. Practice tying shoe with 3 step directions.

Summer Reading Challenge: Complete each square in your challenge grid (parents initial completed squares). Complete only one square at a time. For example, one book cannot be counted for more than one square. Bring your completed challenge grid to the library on orientation/meet the teacher day for some PRIZES!

Summer Reading: My First Little House Books – Going West by Laura Ingalls Wilder (ISBN# 0064406938). Students should be prepared to retell the story.
Summer Math: Master addition facts with sums to ten and be familiar with subtraction facts. Students will take timed tests beginning with easy addition during the first few weeks of 2nd grade. Students can practice using the app Rocket Math Addition (Rocket Math, LLC).
Summer Reading Challenge: Complete each square in your challenge grid (parents initial completed squares). Complete only one square at a time. For example, one book cannot be counted for more than one square. Bring your completed challenge grid to the library on orientation/meet the teacher day for some PRIZES!

Summer Reading:  Pick and read one of the following books.
Muggie Maggie by Beverly Cleary (ISBN#9780380710874, 3rd grade reading level)
Frindle by Andrew Clements (ISBN#9780689818769, 4th grade reading level)
After reading one of the above books over the summer, students need to be prepared to do a project the first week of school involving story elements of title, author, character, setting and summary.
Summer Math:  Master addition and subtraction facts to sums of 20. Students will take timed tests the first few weeks of school.
Summer Reading Challenge: Complete each square in your challenge grid (parents initial completed squares). Complete only one square at a time. For example, one book cannot be counted for more than one square. Bring your completed challenge grid to the library on orientation/meet the teacher day for some PRIZES!

Summer Reading:  Read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume (ISBN#9780142408810). Students need to be prepared to take an AR test, write a book report and illustrate a scene from the book in class.
Challenge Book (optional) – Secret School by Avi (ISBN#9780152046996)
Please feel free to visit the Fourth Grade website, ccsfourth.weebly.com.
Summer Math:  Complete the following 4th grade IXL’s before the first day of school:  B1, C1, D1, and E1. Master addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts. Students will be tested on these facts the first few weeks of school. The 4th grade website, ccsfourth.weebly.com, has wonderful math fact practice websites, as well as skill sheets.
Summer Reading Challenge: Complete each square in your challenge grid (parents initial completed squares). Complete only one square at a time. For example, one book cannot be counted for more than one square. Bring your completed challenge grid to the library on orientation/meet the teacher day for some PRIZES!