Congratulations! We have all made it to the end of the 2021-22 school year! This school year has been one for the record books, but we wanted to remind you about the resources that are available for you and your children over the summer to work on to avoid the dreaded "summer slide".
Some teachers will have their Google classrooms open throughout the summer and they will have their district webpage updated as well with resources for you to review. The district webpages can be found by going to the district website and going to EH Philips Elementary School. Then, click on staff to find the teacher's name you would like to access their page. You should have all the log-in information that you would need for any resources your child has been currently working on throughout the school year.
Some additional resources for you to review are listed below. If you have any questions or would like assistance with anything, please contact the school.
- Summer Reading Tips for Parents
- Summer Reading Lists for All Ages- Summer reading lists with book ideas for all genres and ages.
- Heggerty Summer Lessons- Heggerty has posted lessons and videos for Kindergarten and 1st grade students to use during the summer (6 weeks!).
- Summer Literacy Challenge
- 2022 Free Summer Reading Programs
- Scholastic Summer Reading
- Barnes and Noble 2022 Summer Reading
- How to Teach Videos- Grades K-5
Heggerty Phonemic Awareness lessons can continue during the summer months as language play activities built into your child's day. Phonemic awareness is an oral and auditory activity, so these activities can be a fun way to play with the sounds we hear in words.