Summer Reading & Math
We encourage our students to continue building upon their skills in both math and reading. This fosters the development of independence and intrinsic motivation for learning. Below is an outline by grade level of resources and summer assignments in both math and reading. Please read it carefully and reach out to email@example.com for support any time this summer.
MATH - St. Anne School’s teachers in Grades 1-5 highly recommend that you purchase the appropriate-level Spectrum Math or Summer Solutions workbook for use over the summer. These math workbooks are dynamic, easy-to-follow, mixed-practice, standards-based skill books that will reinforce concepts learned this past year, boost student confidence, and prepare students to excel in the new school year. These books are available at Barnes & Noble and online at Amazon.com. Through August 14, 2023, current students will still have access to their online Math programs: Jiji (K-2), iXL (Grades 2-8), and ALEKS (Grades 5-8).
SUMMER READING & MATH ASSIGNMENTS BY INCOMING GRADE LEVEL
- In Grades K-2, students are required to read only.
- In Grades 3-5, students are required to read and complete reading assignments.
- In Grades 6-8, students are required to complete the math and reading assignments.
- All assignments are due the first week of school (August 23-25).
Rising Kindergarten and Grade 1 Summer Reading List
Rising Grades 2 and 3 Summer Reading List
Rising Grades 4 and 5 Summer Reading List
Rising Grade 6 Summer Reading and Math Assignments
Rising Grade 7 Summer Reading and Math Assignments
Rising Grade 8 Summer Reading and Math Assignments
SUMMER READING CHALLENGE 2023
We would also like to invite students to participate in the Summer Reading Challenge. This summer, we will count our reading minutes for prizes and recognition. While your children complete their summer reading assignments, why not track their minutes to earn a little something extra?
To start logging reading hours, have your child click Summer Reading Log 2023 to download and print the reading log, and turn it in on the first day of school!
Read 20 minutes a day, five days a week this summer (1,100 minutes total) to receive a free dress pass in the fall! Students can start tracking their minutes as early as Friday, June 9. Students who participate in the Summer Reading Challenge should submit their completed reading logs to their Homeroom/Advisory Teacher by August 25, 2023.
BOOK FAIR CHALLENGE *NEW THIS YEAR*: Minutes read will be tallied by the Book Fair team, who will award the Top 5 readers from each grade a book valued at $10 during the fall 2023 Book Fair. Winners will be announced and presented with a certificate at the first assembly of the 2023-2024 school year.
Happy summer reading!