Summer Bridge Activities, Grades 7 - 8
  • Summer Bridge Activities, Grades 7 - 8
  • Summer Bridge Activities, Grades 7 - 8
  • Summer Bridge Activities, Grades 7 - 8
  • Summer Bridge Activities, Grades 7 - 8
  • Summer Bridge Activities, Grades 7 - 8
  • Summer Bridge Activities, Grades 7 - 8
  • Summer Bridge Activities, Grades 7 - 8
  • Summer Bridge Activities, Grades 7 - 8
  • Summer Bridge Activities, Grades 7 - 8
  • Summer Bridge Activities, Grades 7 - 8
  • Summer Bridge Activities, Grades 7 - 8
ISBN: 1483815870
EAN13: 9781483815879
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 25, 2015
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 0.6" H x 10.6" L x 8.2" W
Weight: 1.2 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Workbook Features:


- Ages 12-14, Grades 7-8


- 160 pages, about 8 inches x 10 1/2 inches


- Reading, writing, math, science, social studies, and more


- Includes fun fitness activities


- Flash cards, completion certificate, and answer key included

Hands-On Summer Learning: Summer Bridge Activities Workbook helps seventh--eighth graders keep their skills sharp during the summer months to prevent summer learning loss through fun practice pages and activities, engaging fitness activities, and more.

What's Included: This book covers all subjects, focusing on grammar, reading comprehension, graphing, dictionary skills, geometry, social studies, science experiments, fitness activities, and more. Includes flash cards and a completion certificate.

How It Works: Each page is numbered by day so kids and parents can track progress and reach monthly learning goals. Each activity features clear, step-by-step instructions and practice pages to help sharpen students' skills for the school year ahead.

Just 15 Minutes A Day: Two months of learning loss occurs during the summer, with the highest losses being in math and spelling. This activity book is designed to prevent summer learning loss in just 15 minutes per day through hands-on activities.

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   Not a great option for review and prep
Even with time, 15 minutes a day is not how it works. It would greatly help if there was more instruction _ formulas to plug in, more definitions, etc. Oftentimes, my kids spend a good deal of their time looking up how to do things before they can even think about working on the workbook. I bought this with the idea of reviewing previously taught material and helping to ease into 8th. This isn't review of things just learned, but of an entire year. My kids don't remember all the material they were introduced to in 7th grade, so some of the newer concepts had to be retaught to them by me or their dad using specific teaching websites. The exercise goes over 15 minutes on most days, and has become something my kids aregrudge completing. I would love to see some instruction on the page. It's just that they call it quits."
 
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   Good but…
While I like the books and it keeps my kids busy, I feel the instructions are sometimes a tad confusing.
 
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   It does what I needed it to do, but it could do more.
Simplicity at last triumphs over the hard work of creating a book. But in the attempt to simplify the tax, there are some misunderstandings. Bottom line is, we're ready to go, Mr. Daschle said. Even if you have some background knowledge of certain concepts, you may not be able to find explanations online. It may take some time to find external resources and time to explain them to your child. It's great to be back home, said Dr. Chester Floyd, director of NASA's Ames Research Center in California.
 
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   Summer 2021: Day 1
The book was waiting on the front porch today when the kids got home from their last day of school so we are prepared for Day 1 of summer vacation, Mr. Caramore said. It looks like an amazing tool to keep brains active this summer and sharp to go back to school in August. Now I have all the codes for other activities -- including soccer -- that will help tremendously with keeping my kids on track this summer.
 
5
   Great
We buy them every year for the kids. Thanks for the support!
 
5
   Great material to keep her busy in the morning
My daughter engaged in so many conversations because of her essays, her mom said. It's great to keep her busy in the morning, Mr. Rule told us. Doing one day per day was not enough, so I added one more day, so she did day 8 and 9, and the following day, day 10, because she was sick. It was great to have more material for her, Beckham said. I've done the fitness exercises, too. Surprise!. The girl was told she couldn't keep it a secret. In addition, she added a Khan Academy for Math to her private school. She was ready for her advanced 8th grade.
 
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   Thinking ahead
Purchased this workbook along with the 6-7th grade book to prepare my daughter for the next grade over the summer. Figured I'd purchase the 7-8th grade workbook too, she will attend 8th grade once she finishes with 7th grade so I wanted to be prepared for next summer. I try to be ready for what's to come, Beckham said. The workbooks have math, reading and vocabulary all the things students need to keep fresh in their brains during the summer.
 
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   No explanations, too easy
There was an exercise in which I had to use the Oxford comma, even my English major wife had no idea why certain adjectives did not require commas. My daughter said it was closer to elementary school than middle school. If they were not too easy, they were to be done with. The answer key has absolutely no guidance to the problems.
 
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   The work pages have great problems and provides an answer key
I bought this for my daughter who is going into her 8th grade. The work pages have great problems, but the answer key is here. I only gave it 3 stars because it doesn't have any examples on how to solve the problems, and it's a little difficult to show my child how to do a problem if I am struggling as well. It is a good learning tool, but it is not a substitute for classroom instruction.
 
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   Great book but it’s missing something that’ll make it perfect.
The first time I opened it, my DD started using it. It's a great revision book, a little plain for younger kids but definitely meets its purpose." What I would recommend is to add some TIPS, or retirement boxes, for example. My DD said she wishes it was more bright, a place to put stickers after completion, and she was disappointed this book didn't even have any stickers in the first place like previous books. The book is fine, but too plain. But he emphasized that kids still need to be motivated to work no mathe.
 
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