Greetings PS 101 Families-
As promised, we have created a summer track of learning for all of our students who are going into Kindergarten- 5th Grade this September.
Directions: Each link below takes you to one packet which contains 6 weeks worth of work. You can save the link to your computer or print it out. The work is labeled week #1, week#2, etc for 6 weeks.
Remember, while this is not required, it is highly suggested you ensure your child is actively working through the summer to ensure they are ready for September. The work is designed to be self paced and can be done in most cases with parent assistance.
*Teachers are not available over the summer.
- Talk to your child about summer work so they understand the reason they need to do it- like exercise for their brain.
- Use the link below and save and/or print the work.
- Create a schedule your child so they know what needs to be done each day/week.
- My suggestion, and what I do with my own daughter, is we created a schedule from 9am-11am Monday- Thursday for her summer work, that way she feels that it’s not too much and still has a large portion of the day to relax.
Summer Links (click the link for the Grade your child is entering in September 2020):
STEM_ Tech Grades 3-5- Labyrinth Challenge
STEM_ Tech Grades 3-5- Plan a Trip Using a Budget
STEM_ Tech Grades 3-5- Smithsonian Museum Scavenger Hunt
STEM_ Tech Grades K-2 Antoni Gaudi STEM Challenge
STEM_ Tech Grades K-2 Block Building STEM Challenge
STEM_ Tech Grades K-2 GumDrop Tower Building Challenge
STEM_ Tech all grades- Smithsonian Museum Scavenger Hunt
Speech and Language development_ entering_1st_summer_questions
Speech and Language development_ entering_2nd_summer_questions
Speech and Language development_ entering_3rd_summer_questions
Speech and Language development_ entering_4th_summer_questions
Speech and Language development_ entering_5th_summer_questions
Speech and Language development_ Speech End of the Year HW
Additionally, you have free access to these apps and learning tools until August 31. These resources can be accessed by families and teachers via TeachHub. using your @schools.nyc.gov student account.
- Actively Learn
- Discovery Ed
- Edison Learning
- First in Math
- Imagine Learning & Literacy
- Imagine Learning: Math
- Lexia: Core5
- Lexia: PowerUp Literacy
- NatGeo: Inside
- NatGeo: Reach
- New Visions
- New York Public Library
- Perfection Learning
- Rosetta Stone Foundations
- ST Math
- Teaching Matters: Elementary
- Teaching Matters: Middle School