- READ! Check it out, Brookline Summer Reading Lists k-12 prepared by the library department. Students are encouraged to use this as one source for good books, but they may also choose books that follow their own interests. Please encourage your child to read or be read to every day. Research shows that students who read over the summer maintain their reading skills, and in many cases can improve their fluency and understanding. Shared reading with parents is one way to encourage summer reading, and shows your own excitement and interest in books. Parents, be sure to record the books your child read or listened to this summer and bring it back to school signed in the fall for a special acknowledgement.
- MATH! Complete the Brookline Math Calendar
3. WRITE! Write it down! Have your child write down anything you do in a story format, letter, or poem! Create a science
notebook and take it to the beach or your backyard to record your observations, questions, and thinking. Write me a
letter, scan it in, and send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org