JUN
20
2013

Summer Boredom Buster: Bridge Activities

Welcome to another day of Kids Summer Boredom Buster ideas!

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Today we’re taking a break from mindless fun and going towards a little educational refresher. I don’t know what the difference is for my kiddos, but they seem to love the Carson Dellosa Summer Bridge activity books. And since they’re literally ZERO planning on my part, I love them during summer too.

 

Keeping up with your students reading, math, and other basic skills over the long summer break is important. I’m not sure if this happens to your kids, but it seems like a few weeks after school is out my kids seem to forget everything they’ve learned the previous year. Of course Carson-Dellosa also offers a TON of other great resources, and they’ve just made their website even easier to navigate!

 

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Check out the NEW Carson-Dellosa website! www.carsondellosa.com. Carson-Dellosa asked hundreds of teachers and parents how they wanted to shop online.  Based on customer feedback, the new and improved website now features:

  • $5.95 flat rate shipping on all online orders!
  • A powerful new search function that makes it easy to browse more than 4,200 items by keyword, grade, age, subject, learning need, product type & brand
  • Faster checkout
  • Wish Lists to create and organize the stuff you want the most!
  • Social sharing so you can quickly share product information on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Google+

Visit Carson-Dellosa for more info:

Hope you all have a wonderful summer break!

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Comments

  1. Lake Lili says:

    The Summer Bridge books are terrific. They even have a Canadian version (good for those differences in spelling and currency). My ds has really enjoyed them as well.

  2. Rachel Traver says:

    I love Carson Dellosa Summer Bridge books. This is the third year my daughter has done them and the first for my little man. It really keeps them on top of things during the summer and a little ahead even when school starts. This year I did accidentally get the Canadian version for my daughter, and even though we live in the middle of the US, we were still able to use it. I just had the opportunity to explain why some things were spelled differently or the coins weren’t the same.

  3. Hi erica! Tanks for all you do. Do you have a daily summer schedule/routine that you follow?

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