Presentation on theme: "PSRC Parent Night Sizzling Summer Fun with Reading and Writing."— Presentation transcript:
PSRC Parent Night Sizzling Summer Fun with Reading and Writing
FACTS 1 All young people experience learning losses when they do not engage in educational activities during the summer. 2 3 More than half of the achievement gap can be explained by unequal access to summer learning opportunities. Parents consistently cite summer as the most difficult time to ensure that their children have productive things to do.
Free Summer Programing Crafts Science Movie Days Story Time Locations Lumberton, Pembroke, St. Pauls, Fairmont, Red Springs, Maxton, Rowland, and Proctorville Summer Reading 2014 What Can You Do?: Read a Book, Watch a Movie Plan a Picnic/Cookout/Dinner Bookaction Public Library
Writing Research Speaking Listening Its Not Just About Reading
GAMES Fun With Words Apples to Apples - Helps students with grammar when players see how quickly they can match a noun or noun phrase to the best adjective. Dabble- Each player gets 20 tiles. The first player to make 5 words using their 20 tiles wins! It helps build vocabulary, improve spelling, and develop quick thinking. Rhyme Time- Is for younger learners. There are several games you can play with these cards. It helps students in PreK-2nd grade work on sounds and letter knowledge.
Book List Some Ideas Parent & Afterschool Resources Blank Calendar Tool Box to Plan Your Summer
Whats Your Message? Kewanda Merritt ELA Curriculum Supervisor (910)