Summer Literacy Packs and TWO Summer Freebies

I am SO close to summer! This is my last week at school with students. It's always a little bittersweet for me. On one hand, it's hard to say goodbye to students. On the other hand, summertime means no stress and fun with my boys. This wins out for sure! As excited as I am to start making summer plans, I need to give all my attention to school for one more week. On the last day of school, I'll be giving my students a little summer packet that (I'm hoping) they will work on to keep their skills sharp. I'll also be giving them these bookmarks. For some reason, bookmarks can be extra special to some kids. My son is all about the bookmarks. I made a few options and a black and white option.

A couple years ago I blogged about this:

 I made this little "summer suggestions" sheet that I sent home on the last day of school. I had my students fill out one and I filled out one. I chose one or two things that I felt that student really needs to focus on this summer (handwriting, reading fluency, long vowels, etc.) You can download this freebie here.

Now onto the summer packets. I just finished this pack for my kinder students going into first grade:

There are over 30 reading passages with text dependent questions:

A variety of phonics practice sheets:

Some other reading activities like 
Read, Visualize, Draw 
Read, Think, Match
Picture to word/sentence Matching
and Read and Sequence.

Writing Pages (narrative and opinion prompts)
and sentence writing pages:

Sight word practice:

Last year, I made this pack for 1st graders going into 2nd grade:

I recently added a couple of reading passages to this set too! 

You can find these packs by clicking on the pictures below:



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