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Summer Assignments

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SUMMER READING

All books are able to be read to the student. Please do not worry about quiz numbers, teachers will explain this to your child when they begin school.

Going into Kindergarten

Play, Kitty! (National Geographic)
AR Level- .6 Quiz #- 182678

Hoot, Owl! (National Geographic)
AR Level- .7 Quiz #- 175831

Machines at Work: Race Cars
AR Level- .9 Quiz #- 167045

Sleep Bear (National Geographic)
AR Level- .7 Quiz #- 174215

My First Pet: Dogs
AR Level- .7 Quiz #- 167052

Going into First Grades

Hang On, Monkey! (National Geographic)
AR Level- .9 Quiz #- 173251
*Story is able to be read to student

Peek, Otter! (National Geographic)
AR Level- .6 Quiz #- 183796
*Story is able to be read to student

Spring is Here
AR Level- 1.3 Quiz #- 143284

The Fox and the Crow
AR Level- 1.6 Quiz #-156905

Fluffy’s Lucky Day
AR Level- 2.0 Quiz #- 73311

Going into Second Grades

Brownilocks and the Three Bowls of Cornflakes
AR Level- 2.0 Quiz #- 181353

No Pirates Allowed!
AR Level- 2.4 Quiz #- 161641

Too Much TV!
AR Level- 1.6 Quiz #- 145863
Story is able to be read to student

Three Pigs and a Gingerbread Man
AR Level- 2.9 Quiz #- 155181

The Kissing Hand
AR Level- 2.7 Quiz #- 30793

Going into Third Grades

Night Sky (National Geographic)
AR Level- 3.6 Quiz #- 190351
Story is able to be read to student

Mallory on the Move
AR Level- 3.1 Quiz #- 77035
Story cis able to be read to student

Flat Stanley: His Original Adventure!
AR Level- 4.0 Quiz #- 13392

Flat Stanley at Bat
AR Level- 2.3 Quiz #- 153818

I Survived: The Attack of the Grizzlies, 1967
AR Level: 3.9 Quiz #- 196885

Going into Fourth Grades

Thomas Edison (National Geographic)
AR Level- 3.9 Quiz #- 165829
Story is able to be read to student

Diary of an 8 Bit Warrior: An Unofficial Minecraft Adventure
AR Level- 4.2 Quiz #- 184828

The Chocolate Touch
AR Level- 4.7 Quiz #- 256

I Survived: The Hindenburg Disaster, 1937
AR Level- 5.0 Quiz #- 180450

Binky the Space Cat
AR Level- 3.3 Quiz #- 131135

Going into Fifth Grades

Albert Einstein (National Geographic)
AR Level- 4.7 Quiz #-
Story is able to be read to student

I Survived: The Destruction of Pompeii
AR Level- 5.1 Quiz #- 180450
Story is able to be read to student

Mr. Poppers Penguins
AR Level- 5.6 Quiz #- 58

Sophie Quire and the Last Storyguard
AR Level- 5.8 Quiz #- 181638

The Normal Kid
AR Level- 4.9 Quiz #- 152692

Going into Sixth Grades

Alien Envoy
AR Level- 5.0 Quiz #- 141655
Story is able to be read to the student

Buffalo Bird Girl: A Hidatsa Story
AR Level- 5.9 Quiz #- 153336

What Milly Did
AR Level- 6.7 Quiz #- 183244

How the Dinosaur Got to the Museum
AR Level- 6.8 Quiz #- 146990

Going into Seventh Grades

Giant Shark: Megalodon, Prehistoric Super Predator
AR Level- 6.8 Quiz #- 45683
Story can be read to student

Natural Disasters: Moving Earth
AR Level- 7.7 Quiz #- 149137

Treasure Hunters
AR Level- 7.2 No Quiz

Women on the US Home Front
AR Level- 7.5 No Quiz

Going into Eighth Grades

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
AR Level- 7.0 No Quiz

The Red Headed League
AR Level- 8.0 Quiz #- 8641
Story is able to be read to student

Tillie Pierce: Teen Eyewitness to the Battle of Gettysburg
AR Level- 7.0 Quiz #- 156818

Maritcha: A ninteenth- Century American Girl
AR Level- 7.7 Quiz #- 86214

SUMMER LANGUAGE ARTS ASSIGNMENTS


Kindergarten through Second Grades

You may help your student write, record, create a poster, mobile, or anything else your student would like to give the information asked.

For Kindergarten please feel free to let them cut pictures out and use simple words/sentences.

Third through Eighth Grades

Below you will find a list of choices your child can choose from to complete. This can be done either through writing, creating a project, or recording the information/assignment.

Please choose from one of the following:

Pretend you are a talk show host and interview the main character. Write up the interview.
Create a book jacket, including illustrations, an enticing synopsis, author bio, and favorable reviews.
Give a dramatic reading of a scene in the book and record it on your laptop.
Explain why you think this book will or will not be read 100 years from now. Support your opinion by stating specific events in the story.
Prepare a television commercial about your book. Act out the commercial and record it on your laptop.

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