Summer Learning

Integrate the study of summer into your classroom curriculum; it's every student's favorite time of year. Summer brings heat, extended daylight, and fun. Topics of study include biomes, habitats, weather, and more. There are activities for every subject: mathematics, science, social studies, and art. We have slideshows of our favorite summer reading picks, math worksheets to keep your students engaged over the break, literature guides for summer-themed books, and more!
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Great recommendations for professional books to read before the new school year!

The 10 best summer reads for teachers

10 best summer reads for teachers offers books for professional development and teacher book clubs.

10 Ways to Beat the "Summer Slump" | Just a little bit of practice over the summer can combat potential backsliding and prepare children for the next grade, so at the end of the school year, I send home a list of activities parents can do with their children to beat the slump. Here are 10 of my students’ favorite activities.

10 Ways Students Can Beat the “Summer Slump”

Just a little bit of practice over the summer can combat potential backsliding and prepare children for the next grade - here's 10 activities to keep them on track over break.

48 Ultra-Cool Summer Sites for Kids and Teachers | Edutopia

48 Ultra-Cool Summer Sites for Kids and Teachers

Ed tech coach Keith Ferrell provides a list of no less than 48 websites to keep kids and teachers happy, productive and learning all summer.

A music teacher shares the frustrations of being a "specials" teacher — and why what they do is so important.

5 Things "Specials" Teachers Want You to Know

A music teacher shares the frustrations of being a "specials" teacher — and why what they do is so important

Summer fun is great, but it’s important to keep kids’ minds working over break. Just a little bit of practice over the summer can combat potential backsliding and prepare children for the next grade, so at the end of the school year, I send home a list of activities parents can do with their children to beat the "summer slump." Here are 10 of my students’ favorite activities.

10 Ways Students Can Beat the “Summer Slump”

Summer fun is great, but it’s important to keep kids’ minds working over break. Just a little bit of practice over the summer can combat potential backsliding and prepare children for the next grade, so at the end of the school year, I send home a list of activities parents can do with their children to beat the "summer slump." Here are 10 of my students’ favorite activities.

At the beach (En la playa) themed vocabulary | Perfect for summer! Introduce Spanish words for items students would find at the beach with these vocabulary handouts. Get the printables from TeacherVision: https://www.teachervision.com/spanish-language/printable/70424.html

Themed Vocabulary: At the beach (En la playa) - Spanish Vocabulary Printable - Grades 6-10

Themed Vocabulary: At the beach (En la playa) - Spanish Vocabulary Printable - Grades

Get Ready for Summer! Ideas for Teachers to Share with Families | Reading Rockets

Get the basic facts about what it takes for a young child to learn to read, best practices in teaching reading, the importance of oral language in literacy development, why so many children struggle and more in this overview.

From kindergartners to high schoolers, literature to non-fiction, there's something for every student on TeacherVision's 20+ summer reading lists.

Summer Reading Lists

From kindergartners to high schoolers, literature to non-fiction, there's something for every student on TeacherVision's summer reading lists.

How to Beat Summer Learning Loss | Edutopia

A Hawaiian charter school seeks professional-development funding so its teachers can infuse their classrooms with Web technology.

Summer is the time we like to kick back and relax with a good book (or 10!). Check out our reading suggestions for teachers/adults, and visit TeacherVision.com to find more summer reading resources for students and learners of ALL ages.

Vacation Reading List -- Adult

Summer is the time we like to kick back and relax with a good book (or 10!). Check out our reading suggestions for teachers/adults, and visit TeacherVision.com to find more summer reading resources for students and learners of ALL ages.

Maximize your time away from the classroom with these 4 tips. (Read the full article on TeacherVision's new blog!)

4 Tips to Help Teachers Recharge Over Summer Break

Maximize your time away from the classroom with these four summer tips for teachers.

Did you assign reading from our summer reading suggestions? Use our related teaching guides to go over summer reading assignments when you return to school in the fall. (Grades K-12)

Teaching Guides for Summer Reading in 1st-8th Grade

Did you assign reading from our summer reading suggestions? Use our related teaching guides to go over summer reading assignments when you return to school in the fall.

The key to a successful school year begins just as the old year ends. Maximize your time away from the classroom with these four summer tips for teachers.

4 Tips to Help Teachers Recharge Over Summer Break

The key to a successful school year begins just as the old year ends. Maximize your time away from the classroom with these four summer tips for teachers.

Spruce up your lesson plans this summer! Search thousands of materials and resources that will enhance your teaching and make your life a bit easier.

Lesson Plans for Teachers, Grades K-12

Top 12 creative study techniques that aren't normally shared. Good resource for studying for finals and midterms in college or high school!

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