Summer 2018 Online Learning Resources to Help Keep Summer Learning Fun!

Happy week 2 of summer by now in our house if feels like we are starting to fall into that summer routine and my own kids are needing some more resources to keep their summer learning time engaging and fun. This week I will share two great student book recommendations and a wide variety of online learning resources.

Student Book Recommendations

Once your student finds the right book their 15 minutes of daily reading is so much easier and more enjoyable. Pinewood students Emma K. and Hunter M. would like to recommend The Wild Robot and The Wild Robot Escapes.

The Wild Robot  By: Peter Brown

Book review :By Emma K.

You should read the Wild Robot because first, if you like nature, animals and great stories then this is the perfect book for you. Next, the theme is love and bravery that makes The wild robot be The wild robot. Then this story has a fight with our character and a battle at the end. Last,  there are sad stuff too with our character in leaving. That is why you should read this story.

By new york times bestselling author PETER BROWN.

The wild robot can be found in a public library or if you go to Pinewood Elementary in jenison Public School in Michigan
If you really like adventurers then  you’ll like this book. If you like to hear about characters, you will enjoy  loving Roz and Brightbill. Read the book to find out more about Roz and Brightbill.

Online Learning Resources

Our Jenison Elementary Weebly website has a variety of resources that make it easy for students to access quality online learning. You can see from the menu that there are resources from typing support to additional fun games. I would suggest taking a few minutes to look at the resources under the Classroom tab and under the Extras tab. You will find digital online books in tumblebooks, fun math games, science resources and much much more.

If your child isn’t interested in the resources on the weebly, I found this great article full of other high quality resources. I really enjoy Time for Kids, National Geographic, and Scholastic.

Remember 15 minutes of reading a day can make a large impact on your students academic achievement and finding that right book and help your student love to read.

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